Hi there, I’m Kimberly.

I'm a wedding and portrait photographer based out of both Orange County, California and Fort Worth, Texas. (Ask me about how that works!) 

I’ve been capturing some of life’s highlighted moments with my couples and families for the last 10 years, and feel truly privileged to do what I get to do. I still pinch myself.

Creating artful images that you’ll treasure, albums you’d run back into a burning house to save, and an experience you’ll remember are priorities to me. It’s always an honor to be invited in.

My goal is always to do more than take pictures that are exposed properly and composed creatively... It's to have eyes to see who you are as a couple or family, and through every image, tell the story of this unique season in your lives.

To my brides & grooms: On your wedding day, the flowers will be beautiful, the dress will be stunning, the food will be delicious and the details you've worked so hard on will be unique… But above all of that, this is the day you marry the love of your life. You'll be surrounded by family and friends who love and support you. You'll promise to love, honor and cherish. Your wedding photographer is an important decision, because it's not just the vows... or the dance. Or the poses. Those are important. But it's the moments in between. The unplanned and uncontrived moments are often the ones you'll treasure the most.

It's an honor to be trusted with your memories and to get to tell your story through my lens. I hope we get the chance to meet.

 

Randoms:

  • I have a pup named Cleon who I think is just extraordinary. 

  • TED Talks are a morning ritual at my place.

  • In 2008, I traveled the world and lived out of a backpack for a year.

  • I will likely cry at your wedding. Maybe your vows, or your first dance. Probably your dad's toast.

  • If you can’t find me, I'm probably at the ocean.

  • Existentialism and the Enneagram are my two favorite E-words.

  • As a child, I spent a lot of time at Yosemite National Park. It still holds all kinds of nostalgia for me.   

  • I volunteer with a non-profit in the DFW area, Pathways Core Training. To me, it is the most beautiful place in the world.   

  • I love what I do, and truly feel like I'm friends with all my clients.