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 studio@kellimarsh.com
Browse around, share your ideas, be radiant in life!

- kelli

Tuesday, December 16, 2008

A Bond For Life

I have the best job. Really. I have been so lucky to work with the most wonderful people that always add more joy to my day. This session was no exception. These kids teased each other, drove tractors around, joked with me, made snowballs and even started an attack on dad! In spite of all the mischief that's typical to kids at this age you can tell they have a special bond. It was awesome to spend some time with a family that so clearly enjoys their time together. It reminded me of how thankful I am for my family; for my sister and brother. The bond siblings share is unique and one that I am extremely grateful for. I love to think that these kids will only grow closer as the years go on. Aren't they a beautiful bunch?

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Thursday, December 11, 2008

How They Grow!

I will never stop being amazed by the little hands and tiny fingers, spontaneous giggles and extraordinary light that comes from little ones. I often wonder how it's possible that I was ever that size, how any of us were that small once. So innocent and so full of wonder. During photo sessions I often find myself standing in awe of these fascinating little creatures. Their innocence and wonder makes me wish I could remember who I was when I was that small. How it felt to be so wide eyed and unaware of myself. The younger years fade away too fast and before we know it these moments become memories. For my part, I just keep trying to stop time for families with babies that are growing way too fast. The last time I saw Ella she was just 3 months old. It's 3 months later...she's changed so much, and surely too fast for her parents!

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