Gabrielle met her Matt


These two. Such a beautiful wedding. The way they looked at each other is just unbelievable. I cried myself. Shhhhhhh
They hosted their wedding in an alleyway. Who knew a warehouse could be so beautiful! I love how creative we are as humans. A diamond in the rough. They transformed this space into something truely magical. I'm so excited to share these with you. I was so honored I was the one they chose to capture their amazing day. :)

Cotton Candy, Hot Dogs, and Kat Wright.


A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to shoot Kat Wright at the Champlain Valley Fair. Definitely a pretty amazing experience. Even after I couldn't walk straight for two days from all the carousel rides, it was totally worth it. I had a blast. Her music is jazzy and her soul is firey, and I was inspired to create. I also got to experience the incredible frosted flakes chicken on a stick. I highly recommend. It's p delish. The next day I jammed out to her album By My Side and used it to inspire as I edited. 

It's always a really great feeling when you walk away from a shoot and you just can't wait to see them, and finish them, and share them. As I grow as a photographer it's becoming second nature to capture things as I experience them, and it's part of who I am to reach for my camera as I see a moment about to happen. It's refreshing to have people seek me out because they like my work and they want me. Not just a photographer, but me. Arielle Thomas. That feels pretty dang cool. 


August 26th was the day I stopped working at the Camera Store. I came home kind of upset and my best friend reminded me that we had these muralists coming to stay with us. I was annoyed and I didn't want to see anyone at first, but then I met them and totally fell in love with these boss babes. Their mission was so cool and so inspiring and I dubbed myself their official photographer and helped document their progress. It was kind of a turning point for me personally. As one window shut, I found myself opening a door to a really wonderful world of possibilities that is a journey I am so pumped to be on right now. 

They were given the wall behind Battery Street Jeans in Burlington, VT to paint a mural of some boss babes around New England. Emily Herr and Sarah Apple have a beautiful way of spreading girl power and I'm so lucky to have met them. 

#girlsgirlsgirlstour Click the link!! I recommend checking out their artwork and their incredible story.
I'm so glad the giant metal baby is back on the road. <3