Photography has always been a love and a passion for me. I love capturing the brief and fleeting moments that show who your child genuinely is or the relationships you share with your family. To capture a client's uniqueness is what I strives to do at every session. These precious moments are preserved forever, and live on in the images that become the art I create for your home. My style of photography is casual with little posing. I believe that the best images are captured when people are being themselves and unaware of the camera. These are the moments I capture, you as you really are.
It is both an honor and a privilege to capture forever the memories and moments that are my client’s lives. I am grateful for the opportunity.
Kim is a member of the Professional Photographers of America, SWPPA, and UPPPA
What should we wear?
Simple clothing works best. Jeans are always good. Try to avoid heavily patterned shirts. For sibling or family portraits, try to dress everyone in similar styles and color for a unified look. We will discuss what everyone is wearing during your consultation when you set your appointment. I am happy to give my opinion when asked. I suggest bringing snacks,clear drinks, and a favorite toy when children are being photographed. For newborn or three month sessions, please bring a black, long-sleeved top for the adults if they are going to be in the images. I usually photograph newborns and babies in a diaper or naked, but you are welcome to bring an outfit too.
When will my proofs be ready?
I love to work! I generally allow 2 weeks before proofs are ready to view , though it usually takes less time. During busier times, like Christmas, the full 2 weeks may be needed. When your final order is placed, please allow 1 1/2-2 weeks to get the final portraits in. Lab times vary with the season also. Due to the nature of digital photography, images are only guaranteed to be available for 6 months.
I love referrals! Refer me to a friend and get a free sitting and 8x10. Your friend will get a thank you 8x10 at their sitting.