Finding Inspiration in Every Turn.
Hi! My name is Chris, and I not only LOVE what I do but I am captivated with the transformative experience I can provide through a photoshoot.
Before I became a photographer, I went through a world of health challenges in my 20's, and I developed an autoimmune disease that changed every aspect of my life. Of course, I'd be lying if I said that this experience didn't distort how I viewed myself and affected my self-esteem for years. It wasn't until a photograph changed the way I see myself that I decided right then to follow my dream of being a professional photographer to help change other people's lives. Life is precious, and too often, we put off our dreams with the thought of "one day." Though, that day will never come if you don't start today.
Photography has always been my passion, and once I learned the true power that a photo could make, I knew I wanted to make a difference for others. And so, I created ATX Portraits, a safe place for women to see just how beautiful they are. My goal is for every gal that walks into my studio to experience ALL of the beauty, emotion, and depth that photography has to offer.
Austin, TX Photographer
About the Studio
Your session will take place in our beautiful professional home photography studio. The studio is designed exclusively for boudoir and portrait sessions. Other locations (such as hotels, airbnb's, or even your house) are available upon request and additional fees. Our photography studio has multiple sets with different lighting, backdrops, and props to choose from. From the moment you walk in, you will be treated like a celebrity, with a designated Hair and makeup station, freshly cut flowers and delicious refreshments!
Why is photography so important to me? I love how much power a photograph truly has, and I really want to share that with you! For you to experience the all beauty, emotion, and depth that photography brings with it. For me personally, a photograph changed the way I see myself during a particularly tough time in my life. I often remind people that photos are meant to celebrate what makes you unique; the journey that you have been on, the things that God has blessed you with, and what you have learned along the way.