As I was growing up, I never thought it would turn into my own passion until 2015, when I created DareToAim as an outlet to share my story through photography. In January of 2019, I took a huge leap of faith and began my journey as a full-time photographer. I am so excited I get to dedicate my life to capturing moments so the best memories will never fade.

My photography style is natural and authentic. I am a natural light photographer who focuses on capturing true colors and true emotions. One of my main goals as a photographer is to highlight your personality within the photos and tell your story. I love to get to know my clients, make each feel comfortable to be their self, even when they are uncomfortable in front of the camera. I am awkward in front of the camera, so it is my goal to help you not feel that way! 

Another goal I have as your photographer is to create photos for you to one day look back on and remember that time in your life. Memories fade, but photographs can last as long as you keep them. I want to capture moments you can remember forever. 

When I am not behind the lens, I enjoy taking road trips, spending time with my sweet Rubi-dog, trying new things, listening to classic country music and forever dreaming of mountains.

Throughout your life you will experience so many special moments, and I am absolutely pumped you are considering DareToAim Photography to help you make those moments into artifacts that will last a lifetime!

Hey hi friends, I'm Sarah Elese, the girl behind the camera. I am a small-town Texas native. I am a fightin' Texas Aggie, class of 2018. I graduated from TAMU a year early with a degree in agricultural communications and journalism. I loved every moment of my time in College Station, Texas. I am now a resident of Corsicana, Texas, but I live to travel with my camera in hand.

Dolly Parton once said "Find out who you are and do it on purpose." Photography has been part of my life, for as long as I can remember. My mother, Susan, is a former professional photographer.

Behind The Camera

photo by Wayfarer photography

video by sophie roberts | still productions films