Meet Kolleen and Bobby Kintz


We believe in authenticity. In the style of our photography and in how we treat people. We promise to capture your beauty and romance, as well as your candidness and humor; all of your dynamic personality traits. We will give you photographs you want to share with the world, all while providing the highest quality product. Our "clients" quickly become new friends. We find ourselves laughing, crying tears of joy, and celebrating with them. It's an honor to document each person's story.


 We can't wait to get to know you! Here's a bit about us...


We are a husband and wife dream team with 10+ years as partners in life and business! We live with our daughter in the Mad River Valley, right in the center of Waitsfield, Vermont. We moved here in 2020, and were previously located in Baltimore, Maryland. 

If the sun is out, you'll find us swimming in the Mad River or listening to live music. If there's snow on the ground, look for us at Mad River Glen where we ski every day we can. When it's mud season we go back to MD to catch the cherry blossoms. We love each other more than words can say and value our time together above all else. We look for every opporutnity to laugh and play. Being Olive's parents is our greatest joy! 

We love being documentarians and use this lens to connect with people everywhere we go. Being storytellers is a great honor to us and we are always eager to photograph new subjects and make new friends. 


Young Bobby Kintz poses with his school camera club

Bobby fell in love with photography at a young age. He started his first camera club over 20 years ago. That's him lounging, front center.

In his early twenties, he moved to Los Angeles to study film at The New York Film Academy before beginning his career in sports photography. 

But he didn't fall in love with wedding photography until he married me...


  The moment we said "I Do" we understood the absolute importance of documenting 'The Big Day'. Our wedding was very us: barefoot by a stream in VT, great food, and dancing under the stars. 


  We are professional clowns. No joke. We train in physical theater and circus arts, and even teach a summer camp every year! We perform original work and volunteer with Clowns Without Borders USA. CWB is a nonprofit that sends performers around the world to relieve suffering and share laughter with children living in conflict, violence, and where natural disasters strike. Kolleen also performs as a hospital clown at Johns Hopkins and Children's National Medical Center with Healthy Humor


Bobby and Kolleen, both members of Clowns Without Borders USA, together on a project in Haiti. Kolleen and Bobby perform with Clowns Without Borders for a crowd of several hundred children in Haiti.


About Kolleen

I love my husband immeasurably.

I found myself when I became a mother.

I learned to ski at Mad River Glen when I was 2. 

Music is life. Singing makes me the happiest. 

My hospital clown name is Dr. Pickle.

I am very good at video games. 

I have found peace through daily meditation.

In a word where you can be anything, I choose to be kind.

  Portrait image of Kolleen Kintz, standing in front of metal fence, one hand in her pocket.
Portrait image of Bobby Kintz, on a hike, standing against large grey boulder with green trees and river in background.

About Bobby

I value being a good husband and father above everything else.

I am an identical twin.

I am a proud member of the Mad River Glen Mow Crew.

I love baseball and am coaching Olive's tball team this year!

I do not function well without music.

My life got a little bit better when my handlebar mustache grew in.

I consider myself an observer of this world and its people.

I’m an old soul; the 70+ crowd gets me.

You can’t name a place that I wouldn’t travel to.

But, if I can’t have my camera with me, I don’t want to go.


Bobby and I are completely, and hopelessly in love. We laugh every chance we get. We are so happy that you've found us!

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Bobby and Kolleen Kintz, baltimore photographers pose for a selfie.