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Seneca Rocks, WV

As Kiersten K Photography and I were driving down the road last night from an elopement shoot at Dolly Sods we were about to pass Seneca Rocks. We noticed three little lights that were moving, thinking it was hikers on their way down at first-we became more curious as we got closer.  We decided to pull over...

June 12, 1982

Yesterday, I was honored to celebrate and help plan a surprise party for a wonderful couple. I’ve known Jeff and Kelly ever since high school. They have done so much for the community and others that when Ashley asked me if I could do the photography for this event I said yes without hesitation. In...

Congrats, Ryan!

I first met Ryan as a freshman on campus while I was working in admissions. Immediately, he was polite and mature for his age. When searching for ambassadors for AB to represent the student body for tours, etc. Ryan was one of the first people I thought of, as his boss I saw Ryan exceed...

Congrats, Jackie!

What is your major? I’m majoring in elementary education which means I’ll be certified to teach kindergarten through sixth grade. Why did you choose that major? I chose it because I’ve always loved working with kids. I went through different options for my major leading up to college, but, ultimately, I knew in my heart...

Congrats, Tori!

What is your major?Bachelors of Science in Medical Imaging  Why did you choose that major? I choose this degree because I knew I wanted to work in healthcare, but nursing seemed too over whelming with a lot of responsibility. Once I shadowed radiology I knew that was the career for me. I started the program...

Congrats, Maggie!

I had the opportunity last week to shoot a good friend of mine’s little sister. It so great seeing relationships of your friends trusting you with such a cool experience! It was great seeing you and I wish you luck and success on everything you do! Learn more about Maggie and what she plans on...

The First Ever Photograph of a Person

Our normal expectations of photography tend to focus on the instancy of the process. A photo is a snapshot, a frozen slice of time measured in fractions of a second. This particular photograph is different. It was made over a much longer duration. Look to the bottom-left of the frame. There is a man having...