KCP's Misison


Scene: 1990s. Grandma’s House. The TV Room
{with one of those old box TVs and a heavenly VHS collection}

I grew up staring at my grandmother’s walls {yes – plural!} that were filled to the corners with photos of family members hanging in unmatched frames. I was {and still am} completely enamored by the history that room held – generations of family over the decades! I loved seeing my mom when she was my age, her siblings when they were younger and my great-grandparents before my grandparents were even born.

Scene: 2017. Our Studio Condo in Colorado. The Only Room
{because, well, it’s a studio…}

I recently looked around our apartment and my head spun as I realized: we don’t have any photos of our little family hanging on our walls!
“I am a photographer, for goodness sake!” I thought, “How can I of all people, not have prints of us hanging up?!” So, there it is: my confession in writing. Turns out, we are all guilty of falling into the bottomless pit of digital photos living only on our phones + computers.


I aim to change this: to bring lasting purpose + intention to wedding photography + other sessions;
to bring mindfulness back to photography, both for myself + for clients;
and to celebrate the images in print that future generations will use to learn about their own history, helping them create their story Now.



Keeping Composure Photography

{Preserving Moments + Memories. For Life.}



Top 3 Finalist in Summit Daily's Best of Summit 2017 Wedding Photographer
Final Nominee for Summit Daily's Best of Summit 2016 Wedding Photographer



Are you local to Summit County? Or perhaps coming to visit soon? Drop me a quick note and let's grab a latte! I'd love to hear more about your vision, your wedding, or just life's newest adventures.