Hi, I’m Crystle!



I’m Crystle, a lifestyle photographer in Arizona. I’m also a vinyl collecting, nature loving, swimming, cycling, running mom. Over four years ago, my husband Isaac and I welcomed our first baby into the world. Margot, our darling daughter, is the star of my Instagram feed, and a frequent feature on this blog. She was recently promoted to big sister when Woodrow, or Woods as he’s come to be known, arrived in fall 2014. Our family is fun-loving, and we have the gear collection and Subaru Wagon to prove it.

Yea Yea Pueblo, a non sequitur that came to me in a cubicle daydream, is my creative space to share my travels around the U.S., food photography hobby, and changing family dynamics in whatever city the Army has us assigned to.

We just finished our fourth year in Fairbanks, Alaska and are currently stationed in Arizona. We’re loving life in the high desert!

You’ll find lots of reading lists, food posts, and travel photos around here. If that’s your thing, be sure to check in regularly! Thanks for stopping by, your comments make my day!


For photo permissions or other inquiries, please email me at YeaYeaPhotography(at)gmail(dot)com.

7 Comment

  1. Good luck to you and congrats on the oncoming baby!

    1. Thank you!!

  2. greetings from europe! glad i came across your blog. you seem to have an aesthetic similar to mine. wish you all the best with making your plans work out smoothly and am looking forward to new posts from you.

    1. Such kind words from such a far distance! Thank you, Alexander. I also checked out your blog, count me in as your newest follower 🙂

  3. Thanks for checking out and following my blog recently! I hope you get a chance to try out a recipe or two for yourself. I look forward to following your posts as well.


  4. Moving to AK! Wow. Where exactly? I am actually an Alaskan Native 🙂 My people are all around the SW panhandle of AK. I have a lot of family around the Juneau area and I have spent a lot of time up there 🙂 It’s a wonderful little city.

    1. We’ll be in Fairbanks. It’s probably not as scenic as the Juneau area, but I’m sure it’ll still be beautiful!

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