Silver Tree Studio

Silver Tree Studio, based in Mount Horeb, just 20 minutes west of Madison and 10 minutes from Verona we’re a nice short drive into the country side of what starts the beautiful drift less region of Wisconsin. We specialize in unique, beautiful, and vivid photography. We love color, but sometimes you simply can't go wrong with a beautiful soft matte or classic black and white portrait. We get to know you, your family, and your style so we can collaborate together to create great work. 

Whether by our own doings or necessity we all know how busy life is these days. We work harder to make your life easier, we are a full service studio. This means, we help you plan your session, we create your visions, we help you choose the right prints and decor, and we provide an elegant finished collection ready for your home. 

Meet Krystal...

I studied the technical side of photography through many courses. Starting out with a degree from Madison College and furthering my education by earning my Master of Photography degree through the Professional Photographers of America. I love to network with my fellow photographers and always learn new trends, techniques and technology. There isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t learn something new. If you choose me to be your photographer, I’m honored, and know that I work hard so you can trust me with your once-in-lifetime moments. 

 

A few of my favorite things...

Food: ice cream!                                             
Color: any shade of purple                                     
Music: all the musics... but I’m a country girl at heart                                  
Animal: Cattle - specifically Holsteins (I think my family is preparing for the day I bring a calf home like a kid brings home a puppy)                                                     
Artist: Norman Rockwell         
Photographer Inspirations : So many! Mark Bryant, Salvatore Cincotta and John Gladman  
Lens: Sigma Art 85mm f1.4
Season: Mid-summer and Snowy winter

We are only beginning to learn what to say in a photograph. The world we live in is a succession of fleeting moments, any one of which might say something significant.
— Alfred Eisenstaedt