About Me - scenebykimberly
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About Me

I grew up in a little West Texas town.  I spent every waking hour outside hiking and watching wildlife.  These excursions are what started my love of photography.  Once I moved to the metroplex, I discovered hockey.  I wanted to combine my passion for it and photography together.  In 2010, I became the team photographer for the Allen Americans ECHL team.  In 2015, I worked with Pro Hockey News and The Sin Bin. My sports photos have been published in numerous magazines, newspapers and websites both in the USA and world wide.  

I worked in corporate America for over 29 years.  I have a best friend/husband and four kids (dogs).  The kids and I enjoy walks in the park, fetch and hide and seek.  My husband and I just like being together and traveling in our RV.

Like all families, we enjoy creating special moments with each other.  I can capture those memories and print them to share with future generations.  I firmly believe that it is important to share your history with new family members, grandchildren, friends and etc.  Let the memory of those closest to you live on for generations.

Life is full of heart filled moments.  I am so thankful that I get to capture the smiles, laugher and sometimes tears that can be shared with loved ones for years to come.


Contact Information

Phone:  214-240-8908

Email:  scenebykimberly@gmail.com


Services Offered

I enjoy photographing families, pets and corporate headshots.


Heirloom Canvas

Is printed on museum-quality canvas material. The canvas print is 100% handmade in the USA.  The acrylic brush stroking is randomly applied by hand on heavy and durable canvas.  The process includes building the frame to stretch the canvas, sanding the canvas to optimize the display of the photograph, sealing the photograph onto the canvas and applying latex on the photo to harden the canvas, making it a more durable final product.  The wrap is tight as a drum and will not sag or deteriorate over time.  These portraits will be hanging on a wall 100 years from now.


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