Kimberley's love for photography started in high school when she was one of those geeks on the yearbooks staff who always had a camera in hand. Her career in photography started after the birth of her first son in 1993. Shooting rolls and rolls of film of obviously the worlds most miraculous baby led her to a friendship with a photo lab manager where she was hired, thus saving her from a career that includes the phrase "Do you want fries with that?” She learned darkroom techniques and the technical aspect of photo printing. The lab also had a small portrait studio that employed a photographer and one day the photographer did not show up, and the rest, as they say, is history. Portrait photography offered Kimberley the chance to hone her skills with clients and the technical side of photography and also helped put her through the photo program at Milwaukee Area Technical College, but when she found wedding photography her true love was found. Eschewing the corny faked posed moments, she instead found herself gravitating to the true moments in the day and one day found this kind of photography had a name; Wedding Photojournalism. Photographing between 25-30 weddings per year keeps her sane and allows her to give her clients top notch service. Kimberley lives in Milwaukee with her two sons, two dogs and two cats. When she is not chasing the big white dress, she loves to travel wildly and with abandon.