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Studio Tour with Keri Kay Photography


This week we will be touring the studio of Keri Holcombe of Keri Kay Photography. Keri is a newborn and baby photographer located 35 miles south of Nashville, Tennessee in Spring Hill. Her style can be described as timeless, clean, artistic and fun. Keri has a Bachelor of Science degree in Photography and is a mother to two beautiful children, ages 4 and 5.


How did you become a photographer?

As cliché as it sounds, I’ve always loved photography. I really honed in on it in college and earned a bachelor’s degree in Photography from Middle Tennessee State University in 2003. After school, I worked on expanding and building my portfolio (and working up some serious courage) for a couple of years before starting my business.

How long have you been in business?

7 years

How long have you had your studio?

I’ve been at this location for 5 years. Before that, I was in a much smaller space across the street for a couple of years.

Where is it located?

5323 Main Street in Spring Hill, TN. 35 miles south of Nashville.

What do you photograph in your studio?

Newborns, babies and toddlers up to age 3. I adore the little ones!

Do you use natural light or studio light in your studio?

I use studio light most of the time. Natural light on occasion.


How long did it take to build/finish your studio space?

All I had to do was move in, so it only took a couple of days to paint and get organized.


How would you describe your studio space?

Functional and cozy, shabby chic and full of charm.


Did you have a certain vision in mind when creating your space?

I wanted my shooting room to be cozy, yet functional. I wanted my waiting room to be peaceful and pretty with only black and white images on the walls.


What is your favorite thing about your studio space? I love that the

building is over 200 years old… with creaking, sloping floors… it has a lot of history, which makes it very charming.


Thank you for sharing with us Keri!

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