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Would you like to have the digital images Kimberly took of your family, senior, baby or wedding over the last 10 years?

After 10 years in business I can say I probably have 95% of every image I’ve taken for my wonderful clients! You can just imagine the number of cd’s, dvd’s and external hard drives that fill my studio workroom. Technology has changed so much in a decade, and my method of storing images has evolved with it. So I say it’s time to—


This is why I’m offering this ONE TIME ONLY opportunity! Beginning today through March 20, 2013, I am offering my past clients their proofed images on dvd with full printing rights. You can use these images to make more prints, use electronically on social media or simply archive for the future.

This will be the ONLY opportunity to do this as I now offer digital files to my current clients when they order their images. Please help me “spread the word” to your family and friends who have been my clients as I probably do not have current contact information on some of my past clients. I don’t want anyone to miss this opportunity!

Here’s the pricing and how it will work–

First session ordered is $150. Each additional session after the first session is $100. (Plus 9% sales tax)   

Wedding images are $250.                                                 

Shipping is $7.

This special pricing is only available to clients who have placed a past order. Current pricing will apply to first time orders.

Digital files will be released “as is” (which means the way they were presented to you as proofs). Additional retouching will be $25 per image.

Here’s how to order your digital files—

  1. Contact the studio by email at, or by phone 501.279.1515.
  2. Kimberly will need your name, year of the shoot or approximate timeframe and brief description if you’ve had several sessions (Ex: Mary Smith would like Sally Smith’s senior session from 2006 and Johnny’s newborn session from 2004) and a phone number to reach you.
  3. After getting this information Kimberly will confirm that the images are available and will contact you to make payment and pickup arrangements.
  4. Orders will be filled in the order in which they are received.

 I’m so excited about this opportunity for my wonderful clients and my cramped studio workroom is excited too!!



Welcome to my maiden voyage to bloggerville! I must admit, I’ve resisted this trend. But after encouragement from my daughter,  friends and clients I’m gonna push away from the dock and float out into the sea of blogs!

Why have I resisted for so long? Blogging is common for photographers, and many say “necessary”. And I do enjoy writing–my goodness, I have a journalism degree! Well here’s the bottom line to my resistance. Prepare yourself for my first, big revealing secret!

Those who know me well would tell you–I’m pretty direct. Okay mark through “pretty” and put “very”. Maybe it was the news reporting classes but I pretty much cut to the chase. Just the facts, Ma’am. Sometimes I’d like to change that about me. So the secret is that I’ve been afraid I couldn’t be “ooey gooey” enough, ya know? I wasn’t that girl in high school who dotted her i’s with a heart–or even a cute circle. Oh, I can get “flowery” but when I do it’s coming from pretty deep inside.

So if you would do me the honor of reading my blog occasionally I want to make some promises to YOU.

  1. I will try my best to be consistent (that’s the scariest one!).
  2. Besides wanting to showcase my work and wonderful clients, I want to offer photography tips and advice for documenting your own family memories at home. (like tips on photographing your children, display ideas, etc.)
  3. The words I write here will be sincere.
  4. I will offer occasional incentives and specials to help make custom photography more affordable for my blog readers.
  5. I apologize ahead of time for any grammatical errors I make, because I know there will be some even though the thought of it drives me absolutely crazy! But I will at least promise to use “there”, “their” and “they’re” correctly:)

Okay! So here we go! This IS a photography blog, right? I hope this image of sweet Lyla will put a smile on your face! How could it not?