About Me



Hi, my name is Michelle Kemp, I am a full time mother of three beautiful children (6, 9 and 1 year). As well as the wife of the most handsome, loving and supportive husband. The wee hours left over...I am releasing my artistic energy into photography!

I am an on location natural light photographer located in Pleasant Grove, UT. I eat, sleep, and breath photography. There is something about catching the sweet memories we have together...having something to look back on to remember...it makes me smile! Thanks to the encouragement of my amazing husband as well as my wonderful family and friends, I am excited to announce the beginning of Rusty Bucket Photography! This has been a life long dream of mine becoming a reality! Why the name Rusty Bucket? A rusty bucket is full of character, colorful, showing all its beauty in the life lived! This, is my passion, capturing the "rusty bucket" in all of us! So...enjoy the blog...if you like what you see...send me line!

Sincerely,
Michelle Bratt Kemp
michelle@rustybucketphotography.com

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Saturday, February 21, 2009

Missionary Amanda!

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Amanda...is ready to say "Up up and away!" She will be heading off on a new adventure...serving an LDS mission in Europe! Serving a mission is something that Mike and I would really like to do after our children our raised and grown...it just sounds so adventurous...as well as it is a way we can help others...as we have been helped by so many! So I can't tell you how excited I was when cousin Amanda asked if I'd snap a few missionary shots! And gosh...there were so many shots that turned out...I couldn't choose...so here ya go Amanda!

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I know that Amanda will be a great missionary...she has so many fantastic qualities about her...so loving and giving...understanding...empathetic and so much more. What a privilege it was to be able to spend an hour with her...I learned so much...and came away wanting to be a better person! Thank you Amanda...and we wish you the very best!


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5 comments:

Emery said...

I wonder if it precipitates a lot in Switzerland because she looks like she's ready to be singin' in the rain! So many great shots...I love 'em!

101101 said...

I love the last one! It's so cool! It definitely conveys the whole "going away" thing :)

The Gomes Family said...

Oh my goodness, I apparently have blond roots coming back because I didn't know you had this going on. You are truly amazing woman! My cousin Michelle rocks the camera! When are you coming to Cali to take our family photos? Wait another 3 months hopefully then my 15 ugly pounds will be shed by then by hard running and less food, then and only then will I be photograph able! Where did the truck with the California plates come from? Do tell what type of camera are you sporting you professional you?

Tysha said...

Ahhh, Michelle, thanks for the compliments - but they're coming right back at cha! You are doing awesome (I think you should up your rate a bit!)

Maybe next time we're in Utah we can arrange a photograph-the-family exchange?

Keep em coming, little shutterbug!

C&T Family said...

Michelle, unbelieveable. Those are adorable. Amanda- you look beautiful too! I want you to take pics of my kids. I'll let you know when I'm ready. Loveya!

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