Grace Then & Now

Every year since she was a toddler, we've watched Miss Grace evolve into her now dynamic senior self.

Blooming Buds

The long winter is over and our Spring Bud Special is here! Let Kliks capture your family or kids with a fun session wearing your favorite easy breezy threads. During the month of May, we're offering a half hour session which includes 4 digital images for $250 (we...

College Graduate

"I'll soon be graduating from an interior design program and will be sending my portfolio to potential employers," says Connie Olson, "It was very important for me to have a creative, fresh and professional business photo. I am very pleased with the final result!"

Brotherly Love

"This photo clearly shows how in love our boys are with their new sister." says Latisha Michel who noted that the session was even more special since her husband, who is in the Navy, was home for Christmas and could be in the studio. She added, "We brought in a large...

The Pinnacle of Success

"As a Real Estate Broker, my photo is on my business cards, marketing materials, internet profiles and social media. In many cases, it's the first introduction of me to a potential client." say Doug McAllister, owner of Pinnacle Realty, "My experience with Kliks has...

Chloe Then & Now

Over the past ten years we've had the pleasure of watching Miss Chloe blossom into a graceful, bright and kind spirited young woman who is now celebrating her high school senior year.

Cousins

Spring is here and (almost) everyone is jumping for joy!

Bring Your Business Brand to Life

"I appreciated the complete experience of working with Audree and Veronica," says Carol Loshbaugh, "From the availability of an appointment, to turnaround time, to the finished product... all expedient, but best of all, outstanding quality. I felt like the real me was...

In Memory of Judge Edward McManus

I am fortunate to have photographed thousands of sessions and while I've appreciated them all, there are a special few that I carry in my heart, one which was Judge McManus. I distinctively remember photographing him as he patiently sat first in his dapper cardigan...