I am Danielle and my whole heart is in those little frames you see right there. Together, we are the Lentz family and we live on a small farm just outside of Seattle where we share our homestead with horses, mini donkeys, pot belly pigs, chickens, cats and dogs. We have 18 animals (not including the kids). Everyday is truly an adventure and we wouldn't have it any other way! 

To be honest, I never dreamed of becoming a photographer or starting my own business when I grew up. Photography has been a passion of mine since I was a little kid, but I actually grew up wanting to become a doctor or a veterinarian. I fully intended to go to med school and even went so far as declaring a pre-med major in college. I eventually burned out and graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and shortly after, I joined the wonderful world of Corporate America. Believe it or not, there was a time when I was career focused, lived in the city, and didn't think I wanted kids. BUT God had other plans for me and through my kids, He changed my heart and made me realize that my purpose and fulfillment came from serving my family. I knew any job that would take me away from my babies would have to be more flexible and meaningful for me and photography turned out to be the answer to a long awaited prayer. So shortly after my son was born, I quit my corporate job, started my own business, and here we are!  It's been quite the journey, but I am so grateful for where it has taken me and all the wonderful people who have supported me along the way.  If you have made it this far, thank you so much for taking a moment to read about my story. I hope we can connect so I can learn more about YOU! 

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I love…

Jesus. my tribe. cold brew. donuts. Nutella, horses. warm hugs. the coast. pizza. camping. mountains. skiing. hiking. Christmas. egg nog. weekend Netflix binges (GOT, Stranger Things, and many more). sushi. Trader Joe's anything. Kentucky Mules. traveling. Madewell. the desert. ice cream.