Elyse Kufeldt is a lifestyle maternity, birth, newborn, infant and pet (dogs, cats, horses, reptiles, birds) photographer with a passion for boutique products and community.
Serving Seattle & the Eastside (Bothell, Woodinville, Bellevue, Redmond, Duvall, Monroe, Kirkland, Mill Creek, Lynnwood & Snohomish).
My name's Elyse and I want to stick it to The Man. I'm over the whole corporate thing and believe that supporting local businesses is too important for words. I'm ready to take pictures and build villages by taking pictures of things and people and ideas that matter to me, and making a community out of you, and by finding local business owners who believe in the same things I do, partnering and building a village together. I've been talking about supporting the local economy for ages and it's time to put my money where my mouth is. Read more about Elyse and her beliefs.
Little Miss Ayla Morgan, It was a cool November day when you came to say hello. Your mom, dad and me waited in quiet, apprehensive, but no less excited silence in the hospital room. It didn’t rain at all that day, but the leaves were on fire — painted in beautiful reds, oranges and yellows. I’ve always thought that autumn babies are among the luckiest, to be born in the midst of such brilliant colors. So we waited.
Last week I went out with Amy to take her senior photos. We had a lot of fun wandering through the Country Village in Bothell which is one of my favorite locations for photos! Lots of varied backgrounds in a small amount of space! And the colors were so nice and vivid thanks to autumn! Amy — I hope you enjoy your pictures, and have a great senior year!
On Sunday night, I had the pleasure of meeting Rocky the pitbull and taking photos of him with his human parents and one of his human siblings! He was an absolute doll. People who fear pitbulls as mindless killing machines have clearly never met one that hasn’t been trained to be one. Rocky is the epitome of happy go lucky and affection, and it is clear that not only does he love his family with his whole heart, but his