About Me

If you've made it this far, I just want to thank you for your interest in my photography! I'm flattered that you want to know more. My name is Courtney King and photography is my greatest passion. If you've been following my work for a long time, you may remember my business as "C.J. King Photography". However as I've grown, so has my business and the direction I want to take it in. I wanted my new name, "Lunar Kiss Photography" to represent the love and romance within my photos. The most common question I get asked is "What got you into photography?"


Photography has always been something that was in my life for as long as I can remember. I didn't know any other photographers growing up and had no other influences. I simply LOVED photographing everything and everyone I saw. There is so much beauty in this world, and if I have the opportunity to preserve it, why wouldn't I? 

As a kid and teenager, I always carried my point-and-shoot digital camera with me, usually photographing things in nature, or doing photoshoots of my friends just for fun. In my sophomore year of high school, I joined a photography class, where my incredible teacher helped me become the photographer I am today. I had an great group of friends in that class that would model for me and help me finely tune my skills. So, I saved up for my first DSLR camera and it wasn't long before I booked my first few clients, doing senior portraits for fellow classmates. By senior year I booked my very first wedding. Seeing the joy I was able to bring that couple through my photos, I knew photography was the career I wanted to pursue.

The handsome fellow next to me in the above photos is my wonderful boyfriend of 3+ years. He is always my biggest supporter. Find out how he was the inspiration behind the name "Lunar Kiss" in my blog post, HERE!

Fun Facts about Courtney

-28 years old
-Cat lover
-Video game player
-Cold brew drinker
-Politically central
-Georgia born
-Florida Raised
-Madly in love
-Always itching to travel

My cats dont get to escape the camera either...