I’m Kelsi, the photographer behind the lens of Lovebug.

Photography began as a hobby for me. I graduated with a nursing degree and worked for six years as a neonatal ICU nurse. While I loved, and I mean absolutely treasured my nursing career, I began to find myself itching to fire up the creative side of me. And that’s where my photography journey really began.

I love documentary, storytelling photography. I want you to look back through your photographs and relive those moments as if they were happening all over again. I want you to feel that flood of emotions that came over you as they placed your child into your arms for the first time. How about the overwhelming love you feel as your child jumps into your arms, tightly squeezing your neck as if to never let go? Or the sound of your little one’s laughter as you chase him through the tall Kansas wildflowers at sunset?

It’s about the connections, the emotions, and all of those feelings. Let’s find the light in the everyday moments and create memories together.

Beyond photography, I’m a mom to a wild and rambunctious 2 year boy, a dog momma to our 9 year old labradoodle, & a wife to one very supportive and God-loving husband.

I love to be outdoors. I have a love hate relationship with my trainer at the gym. And I sure do love a big cup of coffee to start my mornings, a delicious iced French press is my ultimate favorite.

I’m a girl who loves to be comfortable, always on the go go go, but never afraid to kick up my feet and indulge on a strong Netflix binge with the hubs.


As your photographer, I want to get to know you. It’s extremely important for me to build relationships with the families I photograph. I truly pour my heart and soul into each and every session to capture memories that will be cherished forever.

As I’ve become a mom, we know the days are long but man the years are so short. They get away from us in a jiffy. And unfortunately, babies don’t keep, as much as I’d love to bottle up that newborn phase for just a little bit longer.

I promise you won’t regret photographing your family at this stage of life, because in the blink of an eye, our babies have morphed into grown adults and all we’re left with are memories.