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  • Welcome to Your Campus Image!

    Take a look around this combination blog/website dedicated to higher education photography. We shoot both nationwide and study abroad assignments.

    Over the past 20 years we have photographed over 200 institutions and our work has appeared in thousands of publications. Most of our work is for the admissions and publications offices. We have also photographed capital campaigns, hard cover books, development pubs, website redo images, as well as study abroad programs.

    We photograph an average of 15-20 schools, colleges and universities each year. The bulk of these in the Spring and Fall. So schedule early before we book up.

Western New England University was founded in Springfield, Massachusetts in 1919. Begun as the Springfield Division of Northeastern College, known as Springfield-Northeastern, the University was originally established to offer part-time educational opportunities for adult students in law, business, and accounting.

In 1951, an autonomous charter was obtained to grant and confer the degrees of Bachelor of Business Administration and Bachelor of Laws. The Springfield Division of Northeastern University was renamed Western New England College. The present campus on Wilbraham Road was purchased in 1956 with the first building, today’s Emerson Hall, opening in 1959.

Sixty years later on July 1, 2011, Western New England College officially became Western New England University.


 Muhlenberg has been a client for nearly two decades. I was so pleased to photograph a few AIR-VISION vantage scenes for them recently.

Founded in 1848, Muhlenberg is a highly selective, private, four-year liberal arts college located in the beautiful Lehigh Valley of eastern Pennsylvania. The College took its present name in 1867 from Henry Melchior Muhlenberg, patriarch of the Lutheran Church in the American Colonies.

Muhlenberg aims to help students become independent critical thinkers who are intellectually agile, characterized by a zest for reasoned and civil debate, knowledgeable about the achievements and traditions of diverse civilizations and cultures, able to express ideas with clarity and grace, committed to life-long learning, equipped with ethical and civic values and prepared for lives of leadership and service. The College offers 40 majors in the humanities, fine arts, social sciences and natural sciences, in addition to strong pre-professional programs in such areas as pre-health, pre-law, pre-theology, business and education.


Franklin & Marshall College is one of the oldest institutions of higher learning in the United States. Our roots go back to Franklin College, founded in 1787 with a generous financial contribution from Benjamin Franklin.  They needed to show their campus from the air ( I have included a screen shot of their updated website) and I was more than happy to work with them on this project.

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Founded in 1908, Lancaster Country Day School is an independent, college-preparatory school where about 600 students from preschool to 12th-grade receive an unparalleled education and are part of a warm and welcoming community.
Set on 26 acres in the serene School Lane Hills neighborhood, Country Day stands surrounded by its playgrounds, athletic fields, tennis courts and beautiful learning gardens. Students come from five neighboring counties, as well as from countries including China, Italy, Scotland and South Africa.
Lancaster Country Day students participate actively in the cultural life of the city that’s home to their school, and Lancaster city affords LCDS students a wealth of opportunities for creative expression, historic investigation and enjoying the simple community and charm that seems to flourish so naturally in America’s smaller, Colonial-era cities.


Founded in 1893, George School is a Quaker, coed boarding and day school for students in grades 9 through 12. It is wooded and sunny, quiet and energetic, serious and playful. It is a comfortable, stimulating place to be yourself, to discover new worlds, to help others. You can study calculus and social justice. Chinese and woodworking. Chemistry and golf. In short, George School is a great place to get ready for college.

That’s the opening description from their website. From a photographers point of view it is a wonderful place to photograph from the air or ground. Beautiful historic buildings, spacious grounds, modern sports facilities, plenty of mature trees and wide open spaces. This series of images was taken from my quadcopter providing a unique vantage point of the campus.

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