I am Kasey Alcott, the main clicker and creator here. It's been about 10 years since I picked up my first camera (Old Blue), 8 years since I fell in love with photography, 3 years since I truly learned what I was doing and found what really makes me tick. I have two photography styles. When it comes to fashion, senior and commercial portraits I love to go bold, colorful and dramatic. When it comes to weddings and couples my style is more raw, authentic and classic. I take pride with every frame I snap and enjoy digitally enhancing the portraits to expose every detail and it's beauty. In the past year I have found I really like retouching photos and have started to work on some composites with my most recent shoots. I have also started to do some freelance photo retouching work for other photographers and might be offering that on my website in the future. I strive to never stop learning, work on projects that get me out of my comfort zone and perfect my style in this ever evolving field. If you have a creative idea, need some personal branding, or just got engaged, I would love to have some sort of hot beverage with you!
I am blessed with a family of 4 (well 6 when we count our 2 pups). I am a boy mom to two strong willed, technology savy, fearless boys and have been married to my hunk of a man since 2014. Most days you can find me rocking the mom bun and my husband's favorite sweat pants. I am a lover of tea and all things coffee and might have a slight addiction to the fancier tastes. I have an obsession with food, nature and brooches (yeah like the ones your grandmother wears to church). I use my two boys as an excuse to go see cartoon movies, take naps and eat Fruit Roll-Ups. I fill all my free time with snuggling my hubby, chasing our two boys, and going on adventures with Ethel (my camera). I greatly appreciate you coming by and checking out my work and getting to know me a little bit. I hope I get the chance to work with you!
I greatly appreciate you coming by and checking out my work and getting to know me a little bit. I hope I get the chance to work with you.