Orange County Event Photography

Kimberly Roberts is a photographer based in Huntington Beach, California. With a background in wedding photography, she understands it takes a team of people to create a successsful event.

From event designers, development teams, public relations professionals and countless vendors, everyone appreciates having beautiful pictures of their hard work. Kimberly is familiar with the requirements for publications such as Modern Luxury and is happy to accommodate any specific photography needs you may have.

Kimberly graduated from Chapman University with a B.A. in Communications and volunteers her time with Girls Inc. of Orange County. She enjoys surfing, traveling with her husband and cuddling with her two dogs, Mya & Stitch.

CONTACT INFORMATION

You can reach Kimberly directly or fill out the following contact form.

(714) 794-5214
kimberly@kimberlyapril.com

Emails are checked Monday - Friday.  If you require a response within 24 hours, please call (714) 794-5214.

Kimberly can also be found on Instagram at @kimberlyapril

Frequently Asked Questions

Q:  What is your rate and does it include edited, digital images?

A:  My event photography hourly rate is $125 and includes edited, digital images with a print release. For multi-day events, a per diem rate can be arranged.

Q:  How are the images delivered?

A:  Images are delivered via Dropbox for quick and easy download. For clients who plan on sharing images with their guests, I also provide beautiful online galleries.

Q:  I’m having a small event, but I notice you photograph large galas. Will you photograph my dinner party/birthday party/networking event?

A:  Absolutely! I love to photograph all types of events.

Q:  Do you photograph weddings?

A:  I do! Click here to see my wedding photography.

Q:  Who is April?

A:  April is my middle name. When I was starting my business, I wasn’t sure if I would be changing my last name in the future so I used my middle name instead.

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