B.Davis Photography all started as a joke.
As an agricultural communications student at Oklahoma State University, photography is a required course. When we finished our weekly assignment, we had to drop our files into a folder on the shared network. I jokingly changed my folder name to "B.Davis Photography" and it stuck. From that point on, my name to most people became B.Davis instead of Brenna. Even my boss on the other side of campus started calling me B.Davis. My career path since college has taken me several different places, but I am finally on a path that I love with a wonderful day time job at Oklahoma State University and run my photography business in (all) my spare time.
I come from a family of entrepreneurs and when I was little I always dreamed of running my own business. My big, big dream is to own an agritourism business where I employ adults with disabilities. I hope it will be a little bit of everything--a party barn, bakery, lavender field, pumpkin patch, miniature farm animals petting farm, etc. But, for now I am working on a little dream called Frilly Farm Cattle Co. and photography, of course!
Other than being a photographer and farm wife (and big dreamer), I am a jewelry hoarder, (helicopter) dog mom, donut lover and flea market/craft show fan. I love vintage trailers and VW Vans, have an obsession with turquoise and light pink and probably rearrange some room of my house once a week. (Sorry, husband.) I love taking pictures of anything and everything on the farm after all that is where my love for photography started. My husband will tell you that I am an avid crafter. There is always something going on in the kitchen and it normally has nothing to do with food. I love DIY projects and someday I would love to be a more consistent blogger on my personal website. A few years ago, I also achieved one of my lesser known goals of becoming a notary public. So, if you need wedding photos or anything notarized… I am your gal!
thirty things during year thirty list
Ugh. You guessed it. This is the year that I turn 30. Remember when you thought 30 was old? Yeah. Me too! I have decided that I want to do a bucket list of all the things I want to do during my 30th year. I broke it down into two parts- 15 photography related things and 15 personal things. Thirty things sure didn't seem like a lot in my head, but now that I have them written down I am a little nervous I won't accomplish them all-- I probably should have started before now, but oh well. I like a good challenge.
in my spare time ...
If you have ever looked at my Instagram stories, you will notice that I rearrange my house ... a lot. I am semi-obsessed (aka really obsessed) with Fixer Upper and all things that involve home DIY projects and decorating. There is a whole new series dedicated just to our home remodel over on the blog. Since our house was built in the 1950s, you can bet there is a lot going on.