Hi, I'm Ashley

I'm thrilled you've stopped by.

As a mom to four incredible kids, I've learned that there's nothing more precious than capturing those genuine connections and emotions in photographs. My passion for photography grew out of the desire to freeze those beautiful moments in time, not just for my own family, but for others as well.

I have a deep appreciation for simplicity, where the focus remains on the subjects rather than overwhelming backgrounds. When I do use props, you'll find me opting for vintage or rustic items, occasionally accentuated with a touch of floral or natural elements.

What truly fills my heart is documenting the bonds between couples, the love within families, and the unique essence of each individual. In a world that never seems to stop moving, photographs have this incredible power to make time stand still.

My cozy studio nestled in the heart of Centerville welcomes expecting moms, babies, children, and small families all year round. From April to November, I also venture outdoors to beautiful locations in and around the Dayton area, capturing moments amidst the charm of nature.

I believe that photography is more than just snapping pictures; it's an art that weaves stories and memories. It's an honor to be entrusted with preserving these cherished moments for you and your loved ones.

Please take a moment to explore my portfolio, and if my style resonates with you, I'd love to chat further about creating timeless memories together.

Thank you for visiting, and I look forward to connecting with you soon!

Warm regards,


woman leaning on white fence in the countryside

Ashley is specialized in maternity, birth & newborn photography. She has just over 12 years experience photographing babies and their families, she was voted as one of the Top 5 Best Newborn Photographers in Dayton by Expertise.com for 7 years in a row, is a member of the International Association of Professional Birth Photographers (IAPBP) and has extensive training and certification in the safety and handling of newborns.

She also volunteers her time to the The Tiny Footprints Project to photograph babies born prematurely or ill that spend their first days, weeks or months in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.