The Moberg Family

When I knocked on the Moberg front door I was greeted by an adorable little girl in a beautiful full length gown. She looked at me and yelled: “Mom! Dad! Someone is here!” After finding out who I was she promptly proceeded to show me her photo albums which, as a photographer, I thought was wonderful.

We all wen’t walking through fall leaves while the sun tried to peek it’s head out as I took their portraits. I love photographing families, there is so much love and connection. Mia was full of joy and sometimes a little bit of sass and both her parents are so sweet.

Much Love, Kiana M.


I met beautiful Jennifer at a concert in California which she attended with a friend of mine. We danced and had a wonderful time and I found out that she attends the University of Washington in Seattle. I was so excited to know someone in the city because although I wen’t to high school here my friends have all spread across the country. Jennifer asked me to photograph her to build her modeling portfolio and the following is the result of a great day downtown.

During my three years at Brooks Institute of Photography I was lucky enough to model for my friends. I am so grateful to have those pictures from my college years and know I will treasure them forever. I am so glad to do such a fun shoot with Jennifer at such a special time in her life.

Jennifer has the sweetest heart and is obviously gorgeous. I am so envious of her impressive shoe collection and so glad to have made a new friend.

Much Love, Kiana M.








Stella plus Jack

Meet Stella and Jack: friends and silly millies with smiles that will melt your heart.

Photographing these pals reminded me of one of my best friendships from my own childhood. We grew up together because our mothers started a school together very much like Stella and Jack’s mothers who started a children’s consignment clothing business (you can find their products at

One of my favorite memories from my childhood friendship was that we agreed to get married when we grew up because he said he would turn his greenhouse into a pool for my future dolphin. Another memory is when he asked me incredulously: “Why do you always sing when your mad?!” Although I am now engaged to a man who isn’t planning on accomodating a dolphin I do still sing when I am mad. Childhood friendships are such a blessing and I feel lucky to have been able to photograph it.

Much Love, Kiana McCrackin Photography