Kirsten Aufhammer is an Interpretive Photographer and Writer from Central Florida. She is a true “Florida Cracker” born and raised in a small suburb outside of Orlando.

Kirsten’s photography breathes new life into captured moments in time. She creatively adjusts her photographs with a variety of digital artistry techniques and digital painting methods. The finished photograph offers the viewer a unique take on subjects such as Nature, Pet Portraits, Scripture, Floral Photography, and Women’s Issues. Her work inspires many to look at the world in a different light. Kirsten has had her photography displayed in Art Shows and in Magazines. She had six of her photographs displayed at City Arts Factory for the Downtown Orlando Photo Contest. Kirsten also had her Great Blue Heron photograph published in Living the Photo Artistic Life Magazine.

Kirsten has writing in her blood. Her dad passed on his love for expressing himself through written word to his daughter. Kirsten always enjoyed writing, but she didn’t think of herself as a “writer” until the past ten years. She is a published writer for Good News Daily, Healing Thoughts, the poetry book Voices of Nature co-authored with Pamela Beckford, and Hope’s Flight co-authored with Zoe G.