Contact Angie

The best way to reach me is via email: info@angiewindheim.com.

You can also connect with me on facebook, twitter, instagram, and pinterest.

About Angie Windheim

Photographer Angie Windheim and family at their home in fall of 2017. Copyright Angie Windheim.

Photographer. Light Chaser. Gardening Yoga-Momma.

I am captivated by the art of photography. I search for beautiful light. I find interesting angles and locations. I envision new ways to capture people, places and moments in time that won’t come again. Since 2009, I have focused sharply on advancing my technical skill, my creativity and my business, Angie Windheim Photography.  

Family and Senior portrait sessions with me are fun and lively and relaxed. We stroll through a park. I make bad jokes. I entertain clients by modeling awkward portrait poses. Clothes get a little dirty or grass stained or wet. We have a good time. The beautiful smiles and personalities come through naturally. Some of my favorite images are featured here

Was I always a photographer? Nope! My first love was writing. I graduated with a journalism degree from the University of Oregon (Go Ducks!) and started a career writing press releases and managing interviews for Intel Corp. Then I got the job of a lifetime. I transitioned to full-time mommy in 1999. Kids grow up so, so fast (two of mine are in COLLEGE now). Photography became my way to freeze time and record the memories and story of my family. Now I do the same for my clients. I still use that journalism degree through Angie Windheim Communications, LLC. Previously I wrote for a private aviation company and now lend my skills to the C.M. Russell Museum. I develop a variety of online and printed materials from social media strategies and website content to press releases and articles. If you are not familiar with the art of Charlie Russell, I encourage you to explore online or visit the museum!

When I’m not snapping the shutter or writing, I grow things. My farmette in Sherwood, Oregon, is also home to my husband and three boys, a big yard, a large garden, nine chickens, two goats, one bunny, one cat and one dog.  I also love a good meal (check out my food blog) or an hour on my yoga mat. Yoga is key to a healthy photographer. That equipment is heavy! I also run, because I can, it’s good for my heart and mental state, and…remember that part about loving a good meal?