I'm the one who will help plan your wedding timeline, answer your questions about high school senior year, capture your moments the way they deserve to be remembered, and more.
I started my photography business in 2014. I was going to school for my master's degree, working part time at the St. Clair County Library System, photographing people on the weekends and dreaming about becoming a full-time photographer. Almost 10 years later and that dream is now a reality! In April 2023, I left my job at the library to pursue photography full-time!
Taking the leap was scary, but it's what God was calling me to do, and it's been worth every minute! I love spending my time serving my couples, families, and seniors, and doing what I love! How many people get to do that every day?!
If you're looking for a person who will work hard, give you everything she's got, and make you smile, then you've found the right photographer for you! I understand the importance of a single photograph more than most, after the passing of my father. In 2021 my whole family became sick, and after a two-month hospital stay, we lost my amazing father. He was one of my biggest supporters and celebrated all my accomplishments. While preparing for his funeral, we went through a lot of pictures to find any we could with him in them, and to this day, I wish we had one more. I wish I had spent more time capturing those small moments of our lives, and that we would have prioritized family photos.
If I could give you one piece of advice, it would be to make time for those photos. Stop talking about needing to have photos taken and instead, sit down, figure out a date, and book a session. Then relax and trust me to capture those important moments for you to remember for a lifetime.
"What I like about photographs is that they capture a moment that's
gone forever, impossible to reproduce."
Many photographers start out photographing flowers and butterflies, but my passion for photography started on the centennial farm where I grew up. From the large machinery to the small nuts and bolts that hold everything together, the stories held within the small family farms have captured me, heart and soul, and have helped me to grow in my photography dreams.
I purchased my first DSLR camera during my senior year of high school and spent hours driving around the country roads photographing old barns, livestock, and my dad in his fields. Those drives were where I learned to appreciate light and composition, and to “see” what makes a photograph stunning.
My high school art teacher, Mr. Phillip's, was the first person who suggested photography to me as a career, and thanks to him, my friends, and my supportive family, I am now a full-time photographer. I started my business in 2014 as ADF Photography and rebranded in 2021, to April Fox Photography. I also earned my Part 107 drone license in 2021 and have started incorporating drone work into my agricultural photos and my photography business! I'm excited for where my journey takes me next!
Kelly Moore Libby 2.0 Camera Bag
Canon EOS R6 Mark II Body
Canon EOS R6 Body
Canon EOS Mark IV Body
Canon RF 85mm
Canon RF 70-200mm
Canon RF 50mm
Canon RF 28-70mm
Canon EF 70-200mm
Canon EF 24-70mm
Canon EF 100mm Macro