About Me

amanda duncan photography headshot

I graduated from Ball State University, where I studied video and audio production; I took a few photography classes – and loved them – but never imagined they would help me with my career someday.

I am the wife of the most incredibly supportive husband, Luke. I’m also the proud mother of three rowdy boys – Heath and Dillon are my twins, and Colton is my not so little baby. I feel so blessed that I’ve been able to turn this passion into the opportunity to work from home and spend more time with them.

Just to give you an idea of how this all started, I was disappointed in the service and quality of the pictures I received from chain studios, which urged me to want to take better pictures on my own. The motivation to photograph everything, along with a love of scrapbooking those photos led to a full-fledged passion for this art.

With the support of my family and friends, I was able to turn that passion into something bigger. I am amazed, thankful, and beyond grateful that these wonderful people have become clients, and through this learning and growth, I have gained clients that have also become friends.  I love having the opportunity to capture moments for the families that trust me with their memories, whether it be couples, babies, children, or everyone together. I never would have guessed when I first picked up my camera that I would be able to stay home with my boys, have a successful career that I love, and also bring smiles to other peoples’ faces.

Images by Sarah Beth Photography


March 5, 2013 - 6:14 am

Amy - First things first, LOVE the fonts! Secondly, I think you’re a wonderful writer. Writing the way you speak makes it feel like we’re having a conversation which is going to make your readers/future clients love you the same way all your friends do. You are amazing and lovely! It’s nice seeing a blog that shows that about you too.

March 9, 2013 - 3:47 am

Amanda - Thanks Amy! Miss you!

July 9, 2013 - 12:16 am

Denise - I am so impressed with your abilities and knowledge of photography. You capture “the” moment with so many of the opportunities that you have been given. All of your photos, even the ones you may think are not so great, seem to capture the moment and meaning of what’s going on. You’ve come a long way my dear, and I couldn’t be more proud of the professional that you have become and the way you remain in touch with everyone’s feelings.
(love you, Mom)

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