Rockmont’s Photography Director – Emily Beaver!

Daniel Weatherby May 21, 2019

Our next Program Director for Rockmont’s Summer 2019 has worked throughout camp most of her life.

Introducing the Woman Behind the Camera, and Rockmont’s 2019 Photography Director, Emily Beaver!

Emily’s history at Rockmont began over a decade ago! Joining her parents Mike and Kristy (both Skill Heads), she quickly became a part of the Rockmont Family while assisting in both Nature and Crafts. In 2012, she joined our Horseback program where she worked for 5 Summers, and in 2017 she joined our brilliant team of Photographers. Last summer she was promoted to the head of the program, and this year she is excited to make it even better!

What do you love most about being a Rockmont Photographer?

EB: I love the people! As photographers we get to be a part of so many parts of Camp and get to know so many of the people that make Rockmont such a special place! Capturing photos of people refining old skills, and bravely taking-on new challenges brings the team and me so much life!

What are you most excited for in the 2019 summer?

EB: I am always excited for the same thing every summer: familiar faces meeting first time Rockmonters! It is always fun to watch campers and staff come together each summer to either form new friendships or reunite with long time Summer buddies!

What’s a fun fact about you (i.e. favorite food, record you hold, special talent you have, etc.)?

EB: I love goats and during my Sophomore year of College I worked at a Goat Yoga Farm.

The work Emily does each Summer at Rockmont lives well on into the Fall, Winter, and Spring months – A lot of the photos you see on our Facebook and Instagram are photos she has taken in previous summers!

Emily is one of the first faces you will see when you arrive at camp this Summer, and she’ll be working hard to ensure each parent will be able see their son’s face throughout the Summer!

See you in just a few weeks!

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