You know those businesses that immediately make you feel welcome? The ones that really care about you and your first meeting with them feels like you're getting a drink with friends? That's how we like to make our clients feel and those are the types of businesses we love.

We like to highlight those special businesses. Businesses that we know you can trust because we do.

Today we're featuring Keziah with BabyRose Photography.

We met Keziah through our makeup artist, Ally Triolo. Ally has been doing airbrush makeup for BabyRose Photography and we were eager to meet the creator of these gorgeous images.

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Keziah Kelsey

Name of business

BabyRose Photography


Maternity & Newborn Photography

Year founded


Tell me a little bit about your business and what you do.

BabyRose is a custom motherhood and family experience. I strive to create images with my families that reflect the heart of their experiences and the truth of their lives.

I specialize in maternity and newborn portraiture; creating images together with my clients that will become treasured heirlooms as the family grows and time passes.

What inspired you to start your business?

I have had BabyRose as a side business for years but when my son was born I realized that I wanted to take BabyRose into the world as a full time business.

I wanted my son to see me pursuing my passion and I had a new understanding of motherhood.

I've always loved making images that reflect families being themselves but having a son really changed my perspective on how to make those images truthful and real.

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What's your favorite part of the job?

I love so many parts of my job!!

I love holding babies, I love making images that make me cry, i love seeing women become mothers and men become fathers, I love seeing the looks that pass between parents as they hold their new child.

I truly am passionate about what I do.

What are your strengths?

I've been told I am a baby whisperer and that I also have "buddha-like patience."

I see those as big strengths but I also think that a big strength in my work is seeing and capturing the connections between my families.

My work is about the feeling of family and I truly think that clients walk away from me so happy because their portraits reflect the way they see themselves as parents and family members.

Who is your ideal client?

My favorite clients: beautiful hearts, gentle souls, joyful and artful, love their spouse and their kids, willing to take some risks, love and value art.

I have been blessed with some amazing clients and they all have those things in common; they also are all open hearted people, ready to expose themselves to me and share their true selves with my camera.


What inspires you?

As a "moody artist", my inspiration changes frequently! Right now I am super inspired by 7 am, by aspens and succulents, by color boards, by Mucha paintings and by textures. I also tend to be inspired about 20 minutes into a session by the way families are interacting just with each other; by their rituals, inside jokes and intimacy.

What's your favorite thing about Colorado?

The colors! When I first moved here, I was shocked by the blandness of the palette ( coming from east coast fall) but as I've lived here I've grown to adore the subtlety of colors and their interactions here in the wild west.

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