Hi, I am Megan Edmonds!

I am the owner and photographer of Blessed Day Photography. I have been photographing families all across New England professionally now for 4 years. I am the former owner and artistic director of Portsmouth School of Ballet in Portsmouth, NH from 2013-2017. After selling my dance studio, I decided to take on photography as a way to continue to pursue my creativity and work with wonderful people! I am committed to making sure that everyone feels comfortable and has a great experience!  I aim to give you the best product.

I love to work with everyone, and I am especially great with children! I live in Maine with my husband and two daughters! I also continue to teach dance as a guest instructor throughout the New England area.

I believe that kindness and a smile are two of the biggest assets you can possess in life! I love photography that is clean, creative and beautiful! You can see my style in my work. I love the editing process as much as I love taking photos!

I thrive in stressful situations. I love photographing Families, Maternity, Couples, Generational, Children, Seniors, Headshots, Weddings, Elopements, Engagements, Events, Dance and all your photography needs.

I am open and accepting of all couples, races, genders, and religions.

I look forward to spending time with you and meeting you soon!

Megan's Professional Bio

Megan Edmonds has been a dance educator for over 18 years working with students of all ages in ballet, pointe, jazz, contemporary, musical theater, and lyrical. She owns Blessed Day Photography which focuses on family as well as dance photography for studios, competitions and dancers! Megan currently freelances and guest teaches as a dance instructor throughout New England. She is the former owner and artistic director of Portsmouth School of Ballet in Portsmouth, NH. Megan comes from Colorado and Oklahoma where she trained, danced professionally, and taught dance. She started her own dance program for children in Colorado; has instructed for many dance studios across the United States, choreographed and performed in regional theatre productions, danced with professional dance companies, and has coached numerous dance teams. As owner of the Portsmouth School of Ballet, Megan directed many main stage performances including “A Midsummer’s Night Dream”, “Cinderella”, numerous Prescott Park Summer showcases, community outreach performances and their annual full production of “The Nutcracker”.

Megan has judged for Step Up 2 Dance Competitions. She trained with the Joffrey Ballet School in New York City, Richmond Ballet in Virginia, San Diego Ballet and was a company member for the former Ballet Emmanuel Ballet Company of Colorado Springs from 2006-2009. Megan attended the University of Oklahoma for a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theater.

She brings a strong passion and enthusiasm coupled with her expertise to inspire those who come to her to perform and dance. She is well qualified in preparing those who aspire to a career in the performance industry. She led her studio to many best of the best awards for the seacoast region, studio excellence awards, technique awards, overalls and personally won many choreography awards. Some of Megan’s former students have joined Broadway national tours, danced professionally with ballet and contemporary companies, awarded top honors at competitions, gone on to teach and also received available scholarships to colleges/dance programs. She feels honored to continue to pass on her love of theatre and arts to all those around her.

Contact Megan to photograph your dancers today!



“Such a great photographer to work with! Megan is kind, highly skilled, & very professional! I would recommend Megan for all events, she’s definitely got a great talent!”

“The absolute best there is. Megan is so professional and took the best pictures. We are so happy with our engagement pictures and photoshoot. Megan went undercover and captured everything. She was extremely responsive to email and texts and made having our pictures taken feel relaxed and comfortable.”