Meet Linda

Welcome to Linda Grant Photography! Who is that Person Behind the Camera you ask?

I am a photographer who currently resides in Uxbridge, MA with my husband – Chris, daughter – Megan our dog, Daisy. My older daughter, Lindsey, lives in North Carolina. Family is, and always will be, my first love with photography being my second. My style is just a mix of traditional and lifestyle photography.

Some see photography as a job or a hobby; I see photography as a way of taking a single, precious moment, that might otherwise be forgotten, and capturing it for a lifetime. So many people believe photography isn’t a necessity, but once someone close to them passes, they wish they had more portraits of that person.

I say this because I’ve experienced it first hand. My dad lost both of his parents 30+ years ago and when I asked him if he had pictures of them, because I wanted to put together a Christmas present, he handed me three 2″x2″ photos. I was almost in tears at the fact that THIS was all he had left of his parents, it was absolutely heartbreaking.

My goal as a photographer is to do what I can to ensure that families have artwork and heirloom keepsakes to help families cherish their most precious moments forever.

Some fun facts:

  • I was born and raised in Massachusetts, but moved to North Carolina with my family in 2004. We moved back in December of 2012.
  • My favorite season is Fall, there’s nothing like Fall in New England. [tbicon icon=’icon-heart’ size=’12px’ class=’blue ‘]
  • My favorite color is blue.
  • I’m a daddy’s girl through and through.
  • I will photograph anything. I’ve photographed everything from pets, to firefighters for a calendar and even a toad for a photography project.

Competition Winnings, Placings and Magazine Publications:

  • In 2012, at the last minute, I submitted a portrait of a Firefighter, taken for a remembrance section of their calendar, to the Canon 75th Anniversary photo contest and won Third Place.
  • Said Toad I talked about in the bullet point above, I named him George. I submitted the photo to the North Carolina Wildlife Photo Competition in 2010 and he won first place in the Reptile/Amphibian category! You can see George in the Magazine Announcement, on page 12 HERE.

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