Hey, I’m KayLynne, a wedding and lifestyle photographer with a love for natural light, raw emotions and the great outdoors.
I think that marriage is awesome. It’s incredibly rewarding documenting the most important day in a couple’s life...capturing their love, family and friends, stories, the laughter, tears, and everything in between!
I'm married to my best friend and we get to experience life together, along with the two most amazing little people who call me mom.
I live for adventures with my family, road trips (especially spur of the moments ones), simplicity, laughing, sunny days, exploring, loud music, dancing with my kids in the living room, Subaru commercials (they make me cry every time) and photographing all of life's moments.
I can't wait to meet you and tell your story!
Kaylynne is top notch and simply put, a class act. My husband and I are both in the television news industry, so we had high expectations when it came to our wedding photographer. Kaylynne went above and beyond our expectations. She captured our engagement and our wedding day flawlessly. She made us feel so comfortable and had us laughing during our entire engagement shoot in Lake Tahoe. On our wedding day, Kaylynne was very poised and kept me calm the entire day. Our mountaintop ceremony had many moving parts, including a chair lift processional, and Kaylynne embraced every moment of it snapping stunning photos along the way. She is beyond creative, and we never felt the need to direct her to take specific photos. We couldn't be more pleased with her service and would recommend her to any bride and groom!
Casual weddings and elopements are no longer a thing of the past. In fact, they are becoming more and more the future, and I've gotta say, I love it. I teamed up with some friends of mine for this bridal inspiration to show that even a simple dress...Read More
Last month I teamed up with some friends of mine for a photo shoot centered around the love we have for our hometown. "Reno 911" gave us a bad rap but we're here to show you that we are actually pretty dang awesome! One of our favorite things about our city is...Read More
In 6th grade, my school class took a trip to the Point Bonita Lighthouse in San Fransisco. My parents weren't able to volunteer that week and felt a little uneasy about me going without them since it was a three day trip and a four hour drive from home. So despite lots of pleading...Read More