Thank you for stopping by! Well, I guess this is where I introduce myself and try to win you over with my wit and charm! HA! Guess again, if you know me, I'm a little awkward so that's not how that will go! But.... I do care deeply, love hard, feel emotion, and take heart in my passion. I'll be real with you. Cry with you. Cheer you on in your most memorable moments.
I'm Chelsea McLure... momma of my two wild ones, Evelynn (3.5yrs) and Jameson (19m), and wife to my sweet hubby, James. My passion for this art goes deep. I can remember going camping with my parents when I was 8 years old and taking my little point and shoot to document our adventure! This wasn't just something I decided to do one day when I became a mom.
Life passes by way too quickly. Wasn't it 2000 yesterday and now it's 2020?! Don't let it run by without freezing
a few moments. That's what I'm here for and what my passion is. Real. Raw. Authentic. Emotive. Captivating. You won't get the picture perfect moment with me (but I do get genuine smiles with everyone looking! Or at least try to ha!), but you'll get real laughs, big smiles, tears even! I want YOU! I want your LOVE to shine through my lens!
As mentioned above, this art goes deep. I've basically always had a camera in my hands. Too many pictures on family vacations, photography class Sophomore year of high school and yearbook editor/chief photographer Senior year. I majored in Photomedia at The University of Kansas for 2 years, and then got my cosmetology license at Paul Mitchell in 2012. I knew I wanted to use both of my passions for beauty and photography together one day! And now I do! I worked at UrbanEve for one year, had a couple of kids and started my photography business! Ever sense I have been growing and pursuing my passion in art and beauty for the past 5 years! I love to keep up with the current trends, while staying true to my vision. 2020 is going to be a big year for us! I cannot wait to see where this journey takes us!
If you ready to take the leap and put your life in front of my lens...