Hello friend, I'm Kelly and I am so happy you are here! I abandoned my career as an OT to pick up a camera and follow my heart. I love the east coast and am fuelled by coffee, pizza and red wine. I am a wife, a mom and a lover of rescue mutts. I go adventuring in the summer and I hibernate in the winter. I blog about photography, business and all things inspirational.





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For the past couple of years, I have been on a quest to discover the perfect family getaway. The sort that is as much fun for the adults as it is for the kids and vice versa. See, here’s the thing. For about the past 5 years we’ve been torn between weeklong trips to Vegas […]

My friend, can we just stop and take a minute to reflect?  Reflect on how far you’ve come since you took that scary first step, and fired up your beautiful, intimidating fancy camera for the first time?  Reflect on the awesomeness you’re creating in yourself and the world as you hone in on your uniquely […]

It’s hard to believe, but I have photographed more people than I can count. And after seeing so many people through my lens, like anything in high volume, I see patterns. It goes something like this. Set up camera, position subject, cue photo subject’s self-deprecating monologue. “I have a double chin, my nose is crooked, […]

1 Clear the clutter. Entirely. Clutter is distracting and creates a chaotic visual. When prepping for your real estate photos, you will want to eliminate all clutter, and once you’ve finished that, remove it some more. The point is when dealing with loose items in your house, you’ll need to take out not just “most” […]

I have photographed hundreds, if not thousands of houses so far in my photography career. And without fail, there is at least one tiny room in almost every home. If you have ever attempted to photograph interiors before, it is likely already no secret to you that there can be incredibly small and challenging spaces […]

It’s been a really long time since I’ve blogged my work. I have always struggled with deciding what words to best accompany my images with. I’ve always felt a bit strange about just throwing images on the page and expecting that to be of value to any audience. As a result, I put myself under […]