Thanks for stopping by, I'm Nicole Klingler... a wife, mother, dancer, artistic director and photographer. I shoot in various cities in Idaho including Rigby, Rexburg, Idaho Falls, and Boise, as well as Salt Lake City and other northern Utah cities! My photographic style is RICH, TRUE, ORGANIC and HONEST.... with the intent of capturing my subject's personalities... the essence of who they are and what drives them! My specialties lie in individual portraiture: children, seniors, modeling portfolios, and brides- with an emphasis in fashion and editorial style, as well as engagements, formals, and weddings. Stay and browse awhile, or give me a call to set up your own session. Lets see what magic we can create together! (all session and product pricing can be found on the menu bar)

Schedule Update

Sorry for the delay, but because of the busy holiday season, Dip and Dabble Preschool photos will be in the online client gallery on Wednesday Dec. 29th. Thanks for your patience!

In other news, Nicole Klingler Photography has a NEW name, brand and website. Continue to follow me at www.trueatelier.com.

Preston: {Boise and Eastern Idaho Children's Photographer}

A few of these are from Preston's previous preview, but I had to post some other cute ones!
This session, as well as the previous one (little Mya) remind me of pictures from a storybook!!
I have to say I REALLY love capturing kids in the moment, its too precious.

Preston was very shy until we took him to the icecream parlor, as you can see {above} life was a lot
better after that! :-)
{Above: His shyness at the icecream parlor, waiting for his cone!}

This one I ADORE! These are two of his favorite things, Mickey and Sock Monkey.
He was weary of pictures, but he agreed to let me have a photograph or two of them!

Icecream usually makes me happy too!

Deanna, thanks for a fun time with you and your little guy!
Hopefully he will remember his photographer friend for next time (I'll come prepared with treats just
in case as I see now that its the way to his heart!)


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