Specializing in “You” and all your photography needs, I’m yours.
I am a photographer in central Minnesota located in St Cloud, MN. I’m yours to photograph every step in your life from the journey of becoming one to treasure the love you share on your Wedding Day, the maternity bump to treasure the memories of baby growing inside, the tiny fingers and toes of your newborn, the personalities of your children and family, and as your child graduates from high school or college to start the next chapter in life. Alison Hauck Portraits & Design, LLC is your photography and here for you for every step in life. I am honored to be a part of these treasured steps in life. Our memories fade away with age, but pictures and albums last a lifetime.
Our first child was stillborn at 32 weeks and pictures help remind us of what Wyatt’s little toes, little fingers, face, long legs, and hair looked like at that moment in time. We honestly cannot remember every detail of our children as they change from a newborn to a senior in high school or loved one. This is why getting your pictures done by a professional photographer is important to you, because you think you will remember those details of your loved ones or wedding, but these pieces of art will truly help you remember the treasured memories.
I am not limited to only photographing Central Minnesota, I will go beyond to the Twin Cities or other destinations.
My goal is to capture the love and bond that you have for your family, children, and newborn, or each other. Yes, our memories fade away with age, but pictures and albums last a lifetime.
It would be an honor and privilege to work with you on your next stage in life, so you have the images and album that you can forever treasure.
My Photographing Style
Modern Classic – The classic were classics for a reason, and being able to modernize a classic pose to make it my own, which prevents photos from becoming dated.
Contemporary – Informality and a more relaxed approach.
Documentary – Act like a fly on the wall to get the candid shots from looking around at guests and shooting what I see at that moment in time.