Meet Cassie Lynn

It's been a busy time here, and we couldn't be happier about it. When we started our photography adventure, we had no sense for the path it would send us down. Needless to say, it has been an amazing journey so far - all thanks to you. 

With that said, your continued support and likes and follows and hearts have allowed us the wonderful opportunity to bring another talented, warm person into the 414 Photography family.

It is with the greatest pleasure that we introduce Cassie Lynn.

Cassie's love of all things family and baby makes her the perfect fit to be the lead photographer for 414 Photography infant and maternity projects. You'll also see her as a second shooter at weddings and events or as the lead photographer for couples looking to capture breathtaking, beautiful candid moments.

Keep reading to learn a little bit more about the newest member of our team in her own words. We know you'll love Cassie as much as we do.

I began my photography journey in high school when I took my first photography class, shooting with 35mm film and an old hand-me-down camera. I wasn’t sure where or what I wanted to photograph, so I started out with a simple portrait of my best friend. That was it for me! I fell in love immediately with capturing emotions of people.
After high school I knew I wanted to continue my education in photography so I majored in fine art photography at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. To gain as much experience as I could, I got a job at a portrait studio while in college, photographing mostly babies, kids, maternity and families.
I quickly learned that there is more to portraiture than just documenting the smiley, giggly, rambunctious times, but it’s also about being able to capture all the other soft, quiet, and tender moments. I have a passion for making all these moments and memories into something tangible and permanent. Nothing is more rewarding for me. 
When I’m not hiding behind a camera I’m usually spending time with my (new!) husband and my ginormous family, working at Arts Cameras Plus, baking something in the kitchen, painting, feeding my Starbucks addiction, dancing, trying new restaurants with my girlfriends, laughing at old episodes of I Love Lucy, or crying from watching Sleepless in Seattle for the 100th time.