LatchKey Photography has been based out of Eastern Washington since 2008, though we have clients scattered all over the United States.  Home of the #Proverbs31Experience, we are a lifestyle photography company that specializes in empowering youth though dynamic imagery. We're out to prove to each High School Senior that they were created to be authentic + remarkable, in their own way.  

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(Additional types of photography available on a limited basis each year.)

Addicted to photography & design, the KEY in LatchKey Photography is Keely. 

Thanks to being a radio DJ in an earlier life, Keely loves MOST music especially classic jazz, but also has a soft spot for classic country, though some Old School hip-hop and R&B certainly takes her soul back to her own High School days as well.  She loves a good movie, especially if it involves Tolkien, Star Wars, Jane Austen, or is of course WonderWoman!  

Keely's a critter mama to one Catahoula Hound, one Chesapeake Bay Retriever, one Puguini (pronounced: "pug-weenie"), various livestock depending on the season, a handful of koi & one enormously demanding orange tabby.  She loves her country life, not far from the bustle of town, which allows her & her entire 2-4 legged (and finned) family the room they need to just be them.

When not shooting or designing, Keely relishes yoga, reading, and coaching today's youth. Her entire life, she's been fascinated with driving tractors, growing things in the soil, and baseball - thanks to her Grandpas.  She still has a love affair with crayons. Charlie Brown, Popeye & Mighty Mouse are some of her greatest champions. Campfires & bistro lights rank high on Keely's list of favorites. But above all she is fiercely loyal to her husband & their daughter. She values her family's legacy and relishes being in each moment with them since that's what makes hers a truly happy life!  

                                                                 Image courtesy of Darin Warnick

                                                                Image courtesy of Darin Warnick