Kimberly Robles | Wedding photographer & stationery designer for joyful, unique, stylish brides!

Holla at me!

(this is me right here)

I'm Kim, Kimberly, Kimbo. Whatever floats your boat! I'm married to the dude with the best hair around. I am a regular at 4 separate local coffee shops in town. In another life, I would like to have been a florist! (still might someday!) Fun fact: my own wedding can be found in the Spring 2019 issue of the Knot (AND I'M PUMPED.)
I am immensely passionate about photographing the things that matter. I'm also a graphic designer (and novice leatherworker). I feel moments very deeply and hope that my images evoke the same level of emotion for you.
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kim@greenhouse-creative.com

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 This is me and my super handsome man. (we're the same height so I use all my photographer tricks to make myself seem shorter every time we take photos together.)

This is me and my super handsome man. (we're the same height so I use all my photographer tricks to make myself seem shorter every time we take photos together.)

I'm first and foremost a lover of Jesus & an artist. Everything else flows from there. I'm a wife to the most incredible, handsome, hilarious dude named Zane. I'm a sister to 8 siblings (it's wild). I'm in full-time ministry by day, and a wedding photographer + graphic designer by night, and I love every second of it.

I can almost always be found with a hot beverage in my hand. Usually coffee, preferably from one of my favorite local shops. I love music, statement earrings, flowers, and west Texas thunderstorms (amongst a million other things). I have dreams of someday opening a storefront and selling stationery + handmade leather goods!

More than anything else, I love PEOPLE. I love getting to know people, making friends, hearing stories, etc. I love to photograph people in love, doing what they love, and generally being themselves. I'm constantly learning how to better tell stories beautifully and creatively, both through photography and graphic design.