About Me


About me? Well, first and foremost I love the Lord and I live to serve Him. In everything I do I try to bring glory to God. I am also a loving mother to our daughter Rhilyn, welcomed on October 6, 2012 and wife to her awesome Daddy, Josh. Together we love spending time with family & friends, and especially our new little one! We also love the outdoors. Fishing, hunting, hiking, swimming, horseback riding, etc. He is a fire captain and paramedic at our local fire department, and I am a veterinary technician employed by the Hornell Area Humane Society as a per-diem surgical tech. I also hold a part-time desk job at a local business. Some of my hobbies include: photography (obviously), horseback riding, playing the piano, scrapbooking (paper and digital), and crocheting.

I don’t know what I would do in life if I didn’t have my camera. It follows me everywhere; it’s what I do. After getting started with black & white film photography in high school, I knew that it was something I’d never let fall by the way-side. Photography keeps me going… Being able to frame up what God has put on this earth truly touches my heart and I am passionate about capturing the beauty and emotions of life and creating those images that make you “feel.” If I could describe my photographic style in 5 words,  it would be: fresh, clean, real, natural and relaxed. I love the challenge of utilizing the natural light given in a situation. My goal is to keep photos looking as natural as possible, showing the realness of life.

A quick story… When I was young I was huge into horses. I breathed them. My grandfather introduced me to them, and I quickly fell in love. My first dream was to be a jockey but I quickly grew too tall for that to happen. So I decided I wanted to become a rider for the olympic team! Well, I knew that was far-fetched so instead I was going to settle for a trainer and operator of a small stable. What does this story have to do with photography? Well, that same grandfather game me some great advice which at the time I didn’t make sense of. He told me to consider NOT making my hobby my job, because I will grow to resent it, and fall out of love. Now, years later after I have contemplated a full-time career in photography and dabbled in it a little I have reminded myself of this advice. I don’t want to destroy my love of photography by trying earn full-time wages with it. I have to remember that we all are put on earth to honor and please God, and to do works in His name. So, that is what I want to do. I want to do things that are pleasing to Him and according to His will and with that mindset in combination with my grandfather’s advice, for now I will only doing photographic work part-time. My full-time job is being the best Mommy I can be to our daughter, and being a housewife.

“Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters.” -Colossians 3:23.

Another passion I have is (believe it or not) crocheting. I am a self-taught crocheter, (despite my mother’s tries at teaching me when I was young, it never stuck). Right about the time I became pregnant with our daughter, I started seeing all of these adorable newborn photography props that were crocheted so this is when I caught the bug. I wanted to be able to create some of these adorable things! So, I enlisted YouTube’s help and taught myself how to crochet with videos. Now, I LOVE to crochet. It is so relaxing and gratifying to me. My next adventure is writing some patterns that I may share on this blog. It’s easier said than done but just a project for me to work on during my down time (ha ha).

Hope you get some kind of enjoyment out of reading my blog! Thank you for visiting.


Caryn Prouty
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3 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Caryn, my name is Darlene Tomolonis. I’m friends with Marcie Copley that owned Lacey. She would like to get in touch with you. She doesn’t have Internet, but if you would give me your address I would get it to her. Naladolla@epix.net. Thanks and God bless.

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