Photography is not just something I do; it's part of who I am. I believe I inherited the artistic eye from my mom and the technical aptitude from my dad, and I approach my work with a consideration of both. I picked up a camera at a young age and decided I was going to be a photographer when I grew up. (Sounds cliche, but it’s true.) Then in my early adult years, a few opportunities fell into place, allowing me to start my own business as a photographer.

What sets me apart? My timeless style, attention to detail, consistency, and the full-service experience I offer to my clients! Portrait photography is a personal experience, and my goal is to make that a memorable one. I want you to feel reassured that you’ve come to a photographer who knows both the artistic and the technical sides to photography. I want you to feel comfortable and have fun during your session. I want to capture your unique style and personality. I love the challenge of finding creative inspiration in any setting and location. I strive to provide finished artwork that you will be proud to display, hold, and share. After all, you’re hiring a professional photographer to document an important time in your life, and you deserve it. 

Fond du Lac Professional
Photographer Since 2011

Meet Roxanne

The studio is located in a beautifully restored and updated 1874 building in the North Main Historic District of downtown Fond du Lac. Inside the studio is a cozy meeting area, product samples, a computer for image viewing, backdrop area with multiple background options, a full studio lighting setup, large windows offering gorgeous natural light, and a private dressing area complete with a large 3-way mirror. There is even an exclusive Client Closet which includes various dresses, skirts, and accessories, in a range of sizes and colors!

(Studio hours by appointment only.)

15 N. Main Street, Suite 203,
Fond du Lac, WI

The Studio

Q: What is your beverage of choice?
A: La Croix, or any sparkling water. I'm not a coffee or wine gal.

Q: What online videos do you catch yourself watching for hours on end?
A: Kitten videos, and behind-the-scenes photography studio and lighting videos.

Q: What's in your camera bag?
A: I use the Canon mirrorless R-series cameras and lenses, and Godox lighting equipment.

Q: What (besides photography) are you interested in?
A: Interior decorating and home improvement projects at our 1920 historic home.

Q&A with Roxanne