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  • Welcome!

    Thank you for stopping by. I’m the owner of Kera Cervoni Photography and I want to create memories for you. I’m married with three children and live in the Fort Wayne area. I studied Nursing at Michigan State University. I picked up camera one day and never put it down. “ Beauty can be seen in all things, seeing and composing the beauty is what separates the snapshot from the photograph.” – Matt Hardy


I think we had one of the last warm, sunny, fall days for Jiya’s session.  This gorgeous Canterbury Senior is on the school swim and tennis teams as well as participates in choir.  Jiya is undecided about which college at this point, but plans to study medicine.  Many Blessings Jiya!




Tanner is a Homestead Senior and Varsity Soccer player.  He is a member of the National Honor Society and works as a caddy at Sycamore Hills Country Club.  Tanner plans to attend IU next fall to study business.  Blessings Tanner!




Kenzie wanted fall color before we finish her session in the spring.  I think we found some!  She even got a big

smooch from her Lab Barkley.  This Homestead senior loves animals and photography (another after my own heart).  In her spare time, she works at Dairy Queen.  Next year she hopes to attend Purdue or Malone University to study Animal Science.  See you next spring!


When I look at Tricia, I think of Snow White with her beautiful dark hair and fair skin.  The days have been so rainy, cold and cloudy lately, but it sure was hard to tell.  Her smile is bright even through the chill.  I had fun meeting both of her dogs, but only Rocko had the photo op!  Tricia is a Homestead senior.  In her spare time she works at Marshall’s.  Next year she plans to attend IPFW to study math.  Many Blessings!

Magic Hour Session with the Emmert Family

This sweet family is facing a challenging trial.  Little Greyson, who turns two this month was recently diagnosed with Wilms Tumor.  His left kidney was removed along with the tumor and is currently on round 7 of 19 of a chemo regimen.  We were all set to have their session outside, but just like that the weather turned cold and nasty.  Mom, Kate and I didn’t want to put his or anyone else’s health at risk so we were scrambling to find a unique indoor location.  Kelly from Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation graciously opened the Heritage Barn to us at Salomon Farms Park.  The Old Barn, unfortunately is having the floors re-finished, but this worked out perfectly!  We were shielded from the wind and rain and had a cool old trunk to sit on and a bright red vintage tractor for Greyson and big brother Lincoln and Dad Jonathon to drive.  Kelly went above and beyond by getting one of the chickens from the coop to help bring some giggles when the little guy really was not into having his picture taken. 🙂

Please keep them all in your thoughts and prayers!  God Bless!