Hi! I’m Kris! I’m going to be your first point of contact with Unforgettable Photography by Anna. I am normally the person you get to speak to when calling the studio. I send you all the information you need. I book the sessions, guide you through your consultation and image reveal appointment and then I package up your order and frame the portraits. Whoa, good thing I like to stay busy! ☺
There are many things I love about my job, but the two things I love most are:
1) The people! I always say my job is just like delivering flowers to someone. When you see your images for the first time, I love the smiles, laughter and tears. It’s good for the soul!
2) I get to use my degree! (By the way, my parents are just as happy about this too!) I have a degree in Interior Design from Stevens Institute of Business and Arts. My parents have owned a remodeling company for 35 years, so I’ve always been fascinated by design. I love coordinating colors, textures and placement. I see our clients benefit from my love of interior design every day. Anna’s work is a piece of art- Let’s show it off!
I am excited to be celebrating my 10th year at Unforgettable Photography by Anna! My favorite part of my job is getting to know my clients so well that they become friends.
The images Anna takes are so personal that I love having this connection. Although sometimes I get side-tracked and we spend our time talking about kids and vacations. I also have a passion for Interior Design, with a degree and background in Interior Design I love helping my clients fill their walls with beautiful memories!
I have an awesomely supportive husband, a beautiful teenage daughter and the sweetest new puppy (Can you tell I’m going to be an empty-nester soon). When I’m not working, I enjoy heading down south to Alabama to soak up the sunshine in Gulf Shores with my friends. I also enjoy wellness. I am constantly working on myself to live my best life. I will drink that apple cider vinegar, put on the coconut oil and balance my chakras all while eating a cookie! It’s called balance.