Laura and Yeoh had a beautiful day in April for their “mini-mony” – that’s what I’m choosing to call these small intimate ceremonies that have become popular in the post-COVID world. Twin City Bible Church in Urbana was the setting for saying their vows in front of loved ones and friends that were able to […]
Recently, my film images were featured in a blog on the Happy Tog’s website. My friend Holly writes about a truly epic night when we were reminded to slow down and pay attention. That is exactly what film does for me.
When my lifelong best friend, Heather asked me to photograph her family on the front porch of their new home in Cissna Park, I was over the moon excited! Being invited to photograph families in places that are so special to them makes our time spent together even more meaningful.
Welcoming kiddos back to kDarling Photography for their milestone sessions year after year is such a special reward.
Newborn sessions should be all about baby with simple, timeless images that will always remind you how your baby slept with his hand by his mouth, or how tiny those little sweet features were. There is not much to say about it other than babies are beautiful just as they are! I love to let the light and shadows tell a story that captures the innocence of your newborn child.
The Lemenager family has been coming to visit kDarling Photography every 3 months for well over a year – until Colt turned 1 anyway – then I had to wait 6 MONTHS to see Colt (and his family) for his 18 month session. It was wonderful to see one of my favorite families again. Let’s face […]
When Brynlee’s mom, Ashlee contacted me about a “Tea for Two” session for her daughter’s 2nd birthday, I knew it was gonna be special! The Bertan family has been coming to kDarling Photography since big brother Jack was a baby, and watching this sweet family grow has been awesome! Brynlee was born a tad bit […]
My entire life I have been obsessed with beautiful light, romance of all sorts, and connections between families, couples and friends. Some of my earliest memories involve the clicking of a shutter or the scratching of my pencil drawing on paper to preserve a moment. Once a moment is gone, it’s gone. Or is it? […]