The Kia ran like a dream and handled the steep hills of the White Mountains with the same smoothness as driving some of those dirt roads leading to a few of New Hampshire’s, off the beaten path, covered bridges.
First I want to thank Berlin City Auto Group and Yegor Malinovskii, head of their Easy Inspirations Program, for giving me the opportunity to cruise around New Hampshire to photograph and share some of our awesome scenery in the all new redesigned Kia Sorrento.
I first heard about the Easy Inspirations Project through a fellow photographer on Facebook. I noticed some pretty awesome images of a brand new Dodge Charger that he took and asked about the program. That is how I became acquainted with Berlin City Auto Group, the Easy Inspirations Project, and the way they team up with local New England photographers to showcase one of their vehicles each month against the beautiful scenery in our New England states.
When Ashley of Berlin City Auto Group told me I would be getting a Kia Sorrento to drive around, I was super excited! I own a very small car, so driving a Crossover/SUV was definitely something I was looking forward to doing. I immediately started clearing my work schedule and planning on what kind of scenery I was going to use as a backdrop for this shoot. White Mountains, lakes, a carnival, beaches, marinas, and covered bridges…so much to choose from and so much fun doing it!
The Kia ran like a dream and handled the steep hills of the White Mountains with the same smoothness as driving some of those dirt roads leading to a few of New Hampshire’s, off the beaten path, covered bridges. There was plenty of room for extra people and a bunch of camera equipment to coexist side by side for hours on end to the next destination.
The majority of my photography work is based out of Boston. I specialize in Cityscape and Architectural Art Photography for Interior Design and the Hospitality Industry. So to be chosen for the opportunity to explore & photograph many of the beautiful areas in New Hampshire and share my view of this part of the world with others, I am forever grateful.