m n Emily Davidson is a portrait photographer
in central Nebraska. She loves meeting new
people and leaving with friends.
Focusing on newborn, families, engagements,
seniors, and portraits for all professionals,
she is blessed with the many friends
she has acquired throughout her photographic
journey.
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Hey there!

I’m Emily Davidson, and I firmly believe that I’m the luckiest girl in the world. Why? You’re here.

A little about me:

I grew up in Hastings, NE, traveled down the road to Kearney where I attended UNK, and found some of my most favorite people. I love telling people that I met the love of my life in church. He sat next to me during a sermon only to use the line “Have we met before?” Truth be told, we actually did meet before, but I didn’t remember. Whoops! We fell in love and got married in that same church two years later. 

I became interested in photography after I had to take a required photojournalism class for my bachelor’s degree. After much initial hesitation, I’m thankful that I’ve had my own business for over 4 years. I was primarily a wedding photographer where I was able to witness couple’s best days of their lives. Most recently, I’ve been focusing less on wedding photography and have been devoting more energy into senior, newborn, and family portraits.

When I’m not snapping photos, I am teaching English full-time at a middle school or UNK in the summer. I absolutely adore my students, their talent, and their spunkiness. Thankfully, I haven’t ever had to “choose” between teaching and photography because they have been more like blessings in my life than “jobs”.

If I’m not taking photos or teaching about grammar, I spend the rest of my time working on my masters in school counseling, cuddling with my pug, or sipping chai teas with my husband at a local coffee shop.

To whomever is reading this, thank you for stopping by the website. I have so much appreciation for people that support this dream of mine. If I haven’t met you before, I hope our paths cross.

May God bless you,

-Em

Likes Mumford and Sons
Cardigans
Pugs
God's Word
Cheesecake
Reading
Traveling
Dislikes Peas

Photography Rising applications close January 17th. Participants will be notified on January 19th. 

Photos courtesy of Emily Kowalski.

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