Hey there, I'm Stacy.


My Story

I picked up my first camera when I was 10 years old. During high school, I took a darkroom course and preferred photographing still life and landscapes over portraits. When I turned 22, I packed my car and drove to Walt Disney World where I started working as a Photo Pass photographer. While there, I found a way to capture the magical moments between loved ones and the connection of families. I helped them tell their vacation stories using my camera. My love of photographing people grew.

After melting in the Florida heat for two years, I returned home to Washington, started my business, got married, adopted a dog, and had a couple of kids. That’s how I got here in a nutshell!


A little more about me...

I’m an introvert and awkward as hell. I trip over my words a lot and make odd sound effects when I give poses. See how many you can count when we meet! *bop boop beep*

I met my husband while he was mopping the floor at a Tacoma coffee shop at 2 o’clock in the morning. We have two girls together and their middle names unintentionally coincide with two Star Wars characters.

Death Cab for Cutie partially inspired my return home to Washington, but my favorite artist is Florence + The Machine.

My go-to coffee drink is a peppermint cold brew with oat milk. I’m lactose intolerant (who isn’t these days?) and prefer the flavor of plant milk over cow milk. I probably go through about 5 avocados per week and I LOVE Indian food. My favorite restaurant in Tacoma is Gateway to India.

Follow me on Instagram @foxandwagon_photo and my personal account @infraredfox.


All family photos by Kayleigh Stefanko Photography (unless noted).

photo by Heather Leacy Photography
My mission is to document your life right here, right now so that you can live and let go and be in that moment. My goal is to photograph the ordinary and authentically capture your family’s connection.
My business and home are safe places and I will love and accept you as you are. I do not accept or endorse any type of racism, sexism, religious discrimination, homophobia, transphobia, ableism, or any other form of discrimination. I am committed to treating all people of all shapes, sizes, and colors with dignity and respect. You are worthy and welcome in front of my camera.
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