About Me!

Hello there!!!  I love that you're here!  About me in a nutshell:  I grew up in Dallas so I'm very familiar with this city and the nooks and crannies of amazing places to take photographs.  I went to Baylor University where I met my husband, David, our freshman year!! We dated all through college and got married at 22!!   We have two sons and a daughter, who I literally owe my experience to.  They have willingly, well sortof, let me photograph their every move whether it be staging Christmas Card photos, or birthday parties, or sporting events or graduation photo shoots, my camera and I have been there!!

I have a wide variety of interests! Like A LOT!    I coached high school cheerleading for twenty plus years, I workout a lot(relieves stress), was even a personal trainer at one point, I also love to laugh and I'm more of a thinker than a speaker, which explains WHY I love the ability to tell stories through photography! Enough about me, you want to know, why you should choose me to take your photos.  =)

Since my early teens, I have had a passion for photography!  Growing up, I wanted to be the one to pick up the pictures developed at Target, or if it was a really special event, from MotoPhoto!  I often asked my mom to bring her "good camera" to my school events and I was always working on a scrapbook or photo collage.   However, being a child of the "film" age it was hard to find the resources and the practice time to learn the skills necessary to be a photographer.

I would say I specialize in PEOPLE!  Families, children, seniors, sports and all kinds of milestone events!  You will always find me with a camera in hand, or at least in my car.  Does it make me miss the big picture?  Maybe? But is it worth it to me to have the ability to go back to that moment in time?  YES!

My goal is to capture your senior, your child, your family or your event as YOU see them. My favorite pictures are the ones they don't know you captured, you know, the ones that show real life genuine emotion!  Of course, we all want the standard, the 8x10 on the bookshelf, but I also want to capture the little things that trigger a memory.

I look forward to seeing you behind the lens.

Wendi Kesler

My People!