About Me

Photo by Gracie Ousterout

The Story of a Photographer

Hi! I’m Lindsay! I’m excited and grateful that you’re visiting! While you’re here, I’ll give you a little background...

I have had a passion for photography since I was a high school student, spending hours upon hours in a dark room. After my wedding day to my soulmate, I became interested in digital photography, introducing myself to a whole different side of the photography world! I have since specialized in multiple areas, with a primary focus in Lifestyle Photography. As I have developed my business further and allowed my passion to capture other interests I have become devoted to since day one. Families, Newborns, Children, Special Events, Small Businesses, Rescue Animals, A Day in the Life, Weddings and Engagements to name a few types of Lifestyle Portrait sessions I’ve captured. I have also used my photography skills to help many charitable organizations document their efforts to help their local communities, such as Rotary Club.

“Photos are the stories that
I fail to put into words.”

Since the start of my business, I have grown my family with my soulmate, Patrick, enjoying life with our two amazing kids, and all the rescue animals my husband will allow! Life has taken us to many different places since meeting in high school in a small town in Upstate, NY, from college to relocating to Rochester, NY and starting our lives together, only to bring us back closer to our original home and happily settling in Apalachin, NY. We love to travel, and my soul has fallen in love with everything about Hawaii, so much so that I have taken on their live aloha motto in my everyday life. Taking every day to celebrate my own personal life that I love, I understand the importance of capturing memories in life for my clients that they will forever cherish, freezing moments in time. I love telling my own stories through photos, and I am grateful to be able to do the same for my clients... photographing special memories to share and look back on for eternity!

Stay kind,

Lindsay O.