Hi, I’m Kayla

A Michigan Photographer,
Traveling Anywhere!


Let me tell you a little bit about myself!

I am Kayla. I am always super awkward at writing these about me sections because I feel like I am supposed to sit here and tell you how great I am and all the wonderful things that I do and in all reality I’m just not that person.
I am your everyday chick that runs around like a madwoman looking for the closest Starbucks. I have been shooting photography for almost 10 years now. (HOLY COW, it has already been 10 years.) I specialize in Weddings and stylized shoots. I do not shoot anyone under the age of 18 years old. It is just not my thing and I am 100% going to tell you “NO!” when you ask me to take your child’s photos. It has nothing to do with you or your child and 100% to do with me.
I am going into my 6th wedding season (as of 2021). I wouldn’t change my wedding clientele for the world. They are some of the most unique and coolest people I have ever met. They have all inspired me in different ways! I just love their stories and how they each have fallen in love <3!
I wanted to tell you about my husband Ken while we were here. He is a huge part of my journey. (Whether he wants to believe it or not.) He has been a huge support for me regardless of how ridiculous an idea might be for me. He is the first person to say “why not give it a shot” or “it won’t hurt to try it.”
We started dating in late 2012 and got married 4 years later on September 17th, 2016. We have bought our dream home in a small town on acreage in southeastern Michigan. We have even started traveling the world together.
We have been to Canada, Japan, Thailand, South Korea, Cambodia, Malaysia, and Bali. We also have a bucket list of countries we still want to see that is about 10 miles long.
Soo, that is the long and the short about me now I want to learn about YOU!




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“Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever… It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.”
Aaron Siskind


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