I'm Antonette, the woman running around Colorado with a camera creating custom artwork for my clients!
Photography has been my profession since I was 16 and not a day goes by that I don't love what I do. Being homeschooled, thanks to my parents, I was able to pursue photography as a hobby/part time job and I loved it so much it turned into my career.
At some point you will likely hear me say "y'all", and well, it's because I'm married to a Texan. That is me and my husband on the far left.  We got married in August of 2018, and welcomed our first son into the world in May of 2019.  We started our marriage in Texas, but decided Denver was where we needed to be.  
Outside of photography, my faith, family and friends are the most important things in my life. We often spend time together in the mountains, playing basketball, or heading to a Rockies game.  And of course, I can't forget my beautiful mom who helped me grow this business and has been my assistant on many photo shoots. That's a photo of us on the far right in action!   
I look forward to capturing those photos that best reflect you or your family. 
"Our lord needs from us neither great deeds nor 
profound thoughts neither intelligence nor talents.
 He cherishes simplicity."
- St. Thérèse of Lisieux
When contemplating a name for my business, I was meditating on the quote above and  the word ‘Simplicity’ (Simplicitas in Latin) struck me. It captures a certain idea that I ultimately try to communicate in all of my photos: Simple + Elegant. With these two ideas  in mind, I aim to capture authenticity in all my photos (especially portraits). Capturing the true essence of who you are, not just your outer appearance. Perfectly posed photos look great but they don’t capture your personality, the relationships you have with your family, or the love you share with your significant other.  I want to capture your LIFE.  My hope is that when you get your photos, it is not just a check off your to do list. It is a gift that brings joy, laughter, and many smiles to you, your family, and your friends.
 “A good photographer must love life more than he (she) does photography.” -Joel Strasser

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