Category Archives: Kansas City Photography

Client testimonial ~ Aimee Geis Photography

  My client’s testimonies are far more powerful than anything I could share. I tell everyone that photographing your family is worth it and you’ll never regret it.  I see so much more than just a portrait on the wall.  I see the experience, the memories created, the love..  One of my clients captured this…

Kellye & Royal Engaged!

Kellye grew up here in Kansas City.  So did Royal.  Yet it took over 40 years for them to cross paths.   It was worth the wait. I had the privilege of being with Kellye the first time she heard Royal’s voice on the phone to set up their first date.  The look on her…

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  • KellyeMay 23, 2017 - 2:45 pm

    I can’t find the words to express my joy and grateful heart at our pictures. Aimee did an amazing job of capturing our love and this precious time in our lives!! Thank you so much!!ReplyCancel

  • JuliaMay 24, 2017 - 6:29 am

    Kellye, you look so happy and totally loved up in these piccies.
    Aimee did a bang up job in capturing these precious moments. Your inner and outer beauty really shine through.
    Wishing you and Royal all the very best for a looong future together.
    Lots of love from across the pond ~ Julia x

    Royal, you have landed a wonderful lady !!!!ReplyCancel

Asa turns 9! ~ Kansas City child portrait photographer

Goodness, my son is so handsome!  One of the best reasons I love being a child portrait photographer is because I get to capture images like this of my kids.  Here’s how this session went down… I grabbed my camera and this sweater out of his messy drawer, walked outside to our cul-de-sac where Asa…

Miss Lauren ~ Kansas City Portrait Photography

For years my husband and I have been on the look out in the Kansas City area for the perfect house.  That means we spend hours online and often jump in the car with the kids to look at properties.  Several weeks ago we were out driving around to scope out some homes when we…

Senior pictures {St. Louis Shutterfest 2016}

Shutterfest 2016 – part 2 In a previous post I told you a bit about my trip to St. Louis to attend a photography conference.  It was 4 days of fast paced, high energy, impactful learning.  On the 2nd night I was there I signed up to photograph senior models.  I was thrilled to meet…

Shutterfest 2016 – a photography conference

Shutterfest 2016 The last week in March I ventured out of my little comfort zone to attend a photography conference in St. Louis.  It started on Tuesday but by the Saturday before I was already starting to feel like I was late.  Everyone was already posting about being there or traveling to get there.  I…

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  • Pat GlennApril 5, 2016 - 7:30 pm

    Aimee, I am so loving your portraits! What at talent! Keep having fun and creating your incredible images.ReplyCancel

Markley family pictures ~ {Liberty Memorial}

When the World Series hit Kansas City this past fall, Royals fever spread like wildfire.  It was not more evident than in the family portraits taken throughout the city.  This awesome family was no exception.  They bared 40 degree weather to get these shots at Liberty Memorial in Kansas City.  It was a ton of…

2015 A year in review

    As I was wrapping up all of my 2015 orders, I decided to put together a collage of some of my favorite images that happened throughout the year.  Looking at this blows me away.  I have the best customers, the most beautiful friends, and the most trusting people that have allowed me to…

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  • SuDecember 14, 2015 - 6:16 pm

    Gorgeous year in review Aimee. Your images are just beautiful. Hope you have a wonderful Holiday Season. Cheers SuReplyCancel

    • Aimee GeisDecember 15, 2015 - 12:53 am

      Thanks Su! You as well!ReplyCancel

Black Friday Sale ~ begins now!

    I am excited to announce my first ever Black Friday sale!  To take advantage of this great offer, email me at aimee@aimeegeis.com, put “Black Friday” in the subject line and let me know you’d like to purchase a session for 2016 at 50% off!  I will send you an invoice to pay via…

Little Light – beauty from the ashes

Sometimes I really wish I was a more eloquent writer.  This post is one of those times.  The emotions I have for this family far exceed any words I could write. Meet the Smith family.  They have shown so much faith, so much courage and so much strength in the past 2 years that I…