I’m Kellie the one behind all the colorful whimsy you see. I fell in love with photography in high school, where I even had my portfolio judged in a national level art competition in New York City. I was one of those photography students who had not only 1 or 2 images in my art fair, I had an entire glass display case! Haha!!
My hubby and I married at the ripe old age of 20, where we moved from Milwaukee Wisconsin, to Great Lakes Illinois, to San Diego California…then Kenosha Wisconsin. Annddd… now back to Milwaukee. Can you tell we are a military family?! And are we done moving yet? Eh…only time will tell. I’m a proud Navy wife, and have never for a minute regretted moving around and seeing different areas in this beautiful country of ours. My hubby and I have 4 beautiful kiddos (our daughter Lucie is our angel) and our littlest one even has the middle name of Saylor! How fun is that?
Living in San Diego I had many friends who asked me to do photos of their family, and children. I decided to turn my love of photography into a business, and here I am today. 🙂
I LOVE color! It makes people happy! That’s exactly how I want to make all of my clients. The use of color, light, and everything whimsy is my style when it comes to my photography and…lets face just about everything else I do!
As a family, child, newborn, and senior photographer in the Milwaukee, Racine, Waukesha, and Kenosha areas I LOVE to scout out new places and photograph my clients in beautiful outdoor locations. Living in San Diego I fell in love with the beach (although I already loved it). The beach is by far one of my favorite places to photograph. Even though we aren’t in California anymore, close by in Kenosha is a beautiful beach with cotton candy skies during dusk. Want to know more of my favorite places to photograph? My home studio of course in the Milwaukee area! Where I have lots of whimsical backdrops, and props for my clients. I love the beauty of green fields with tall grass, shorelines, parks where pine trees tower above my head, and flowers bloom.
Photo courtesy of Nakasato Photography