Faces of Our Seacoast with Arabella Design Studio


When we reached out to Meghan Mongroo of Arabella Design Studio, she was already in the thick of bringing The Front Steps Project to her community of Eliot, ME. Using her expertise as a Seacoast portrait photographer, Meghan captured local families in front of their homes while raising money for Footprints Food Pantry in Kittery, ME.

Meghan began Arabella Design Studio after spending 11 years in the classroom as a kindergarten teacher. She loves capturing moments when people are relaxed and feel most like themselves. She photographs everything from special moments to the day-to-day!

Contact Meghan today at meghan@arabelladesignstudio.com 

Arabella Design Studio Seacoast portrait photographer
Seacoast Portrait Photographer
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Seacoast Portrait Photographer
Seacoast portrait photographer - Arabella Design Studio
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Allison’s mission in life is to notice the extraordinary in the ordinary. Her commitment to see beyond what’s in front of her was fostered by her degree in Philosophy and Theology from Boston College. Allison’s a book nerd and credits her parents and inspiring English teachers for her love of reading and writing. She went on to earn her Master in Pastoral Ministry from Boston College and then taught high school for several years, both in New England and San Francisco. After moving from San Francisco to Boston with her engineer husband, she began teaching yoga and working as a social media marketing consultant. Now a Portsmouth resident, she spends most of her days with her three daughters (she does not have enough arms) and does her best to find the bliss amidst the endless snacking, dance parties and tiaras. With all the beautiful chaos in her life, she’s grateful to have her partner-in-crime (husband Charlie) and fellow movie quote enthusiast alongside her. Her passion for writing first drew her to Seacoast Moms as a contributing writer, and her desire to connect moms of the Seacoast with businesses who serve and interest them led her to become SM’s owner. Being able to write about the ordinary grace present in motherhood, while interacting with incredible Seacoast business owners is a dream come true.