Hi, I'm Jennifer.

Me in a nutshell... Coffee Addict, Dog Mom, and Nanny.

In Detail... I am from San Antonio, born and raised until I moved to Wichita Falls in the Summer of 2022. Aside from photography, I am a nanny part-time. Photography was a hobby turned small business and a steadily growing passion that I can't let go of.

On Friday nights you'll find me snuggled up on the couch editing your sessions. I binge-watch Grey's Anatomy, The Resident, This Is Us, and A Million Little Things during their prime seasons. I also love dogs, specifically rescues. We have 3 rescue pups... call me crazy, but the more the merrier.

My guilty pleasures include reading dystopian novels, sunsets and sunrises, cold lakes on hot summer days, and being in a semi-secluded camping spot.

Aelanie has since passed away, April 13, 2021


Meet my boyfriend. He's an ESOL teacher. He helps kids who do not know English as their primary language learn to read, write, and speak our complicated language.

Our children (dogs) include; Aeries, a dark brown but not quite chocolate-colored dog. What makes him unique is his one blue eye (heterochromia). He also goes by Air Bear, Berry-Aerie, and just Bear. We've had him since he was a puppy. He's well versed in getting his way and is the fun police at the dog park. Aedan is the other brown one with a lighter shade of brown. He goes by Aedo-Potato, Po-Tat, and Nugget. He's the middle child and a real heartbreaker and excellent with kids. He has to have a hug from everyone and will knock you over with love. Our oldest dog is Aelanie. She was going on 17 years this year and was the sweetest soul you'd ever meet. She passed away on April 13, 2021. I believe she was a mix between corgi and chihuahua. She is pictured below in the bluebonnets. This photo was taken on April 3rd, 10 days before she passed away due to acute kidney failure. It was three months later that Aeva came into our lives, she was found wandering around and with no one coming forward as her owner I was told about her. I knew upon meeting her she was meant to be in our lives. She is a German Shepherd and Golden Retriever mix who is fast as lightning and spends her days getting spoiled on our couch, snuggling, and chasing her brothers.

I almost forgot, we have a cat we rescued too. His name is Ser Pounce, he's all white with a black teardrop and upside-down heart on his back. I am unsure if either of us considers him so much of the family, but he chose us and needed a home. He can be found following my boyfriend around or laying out in the middle of the floor testing his luck on if he will get stepped on. We love him, and if it weren't for us we know he wouldn't likely be here today, he was found in the middle of the parking lot in some dire conditions after a bad flood. He even seems to know this and gives us so much love in thanks.

Since adopting him, he invited a few friends too.

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It's important to me for everyone to have a place and that is why I proudly show that I am LGBTQ+ friendly. I want to make sure that everyone feels welcome in front of my lens, and that their love is celebrated through my photos.