My Journey through life's radiant moments. Documented frame by frame.

Passionate about photography. Inspired by life. Always seeking to combine the two.

I see beauty and inspiration everywhere I look and it's my hope to capture bits and pieces of it wherever I can. To relive life's shining moments and to share with all of you. Here you'll find images and words that give you a glimpse of my world. Hopefully you'll leave inspired by something you see...and when you are I'd love to hear about it. If you want to drop a note, say hello, or inquire about a session or event, please email me at
Browse around, share your ideas, be radiant in life!

- kelli

Tuesday, October 30, 2007


I couldn't let Halloween pass without putting up at least one ridiculous picture from the festivities. Ketchup and Mustard (aka Jason and Ali) hosted a rockin party over the weekend. Due to an embarassing addiction to VH1's "Rock of Love", Tom had his heart set on going as Bret Michaels from 80's hair band Poison. I admit I was quite addicted to the trashy reality show too, so it was decided; we'd be Bret and his rock star groupie. Here's a few pics from the point and shoot camera before things got crazy.

Happy Halloween blog world!

Wednesday, October 3, 2007

James & Thurka: 3 Photographers, 2 Ceremonies, One Incredible Day

When Tomas Flint asked me to join him in shooting James and Thurka's wedding I gladly agreed. With one Catholic ceremony, one Hindu ceremony, five wardrobe changes, and a fast paced schedule I knew it would be a challenging day, but definitely one not to be missed. Tom also recruited the amazingly talented Erich Camping to ensure that we caught every important detail. The Flint-Camping-Marsh combination set out to seamlessly cover every minute of the day and achieved a totally awesome result. Three cameras capturing different angles and perspectives of one incredible day. The joining of two families and two cultures made for a fantastically diverse and exciting event. I couldn't help but be fascinated by the Hindu wedding ceremony. They had it all: drums, horns, incense, flowers, and fire. After 14 hours we emerged feeling triumphant and with a stack of spectacular images.

The super fired up crew at hour 12 of 14...and we're still snapping our hearts out!