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About Us




Hi! My name is Iman Cooper, and I'm the photographer behind Iman Imagines. I believe in real, emotive imagery that shows who you really are.  

Let's capture those raw emotions: joy, excitement, a moment of peace or silent reflection, and the most powerful of human emotions: love and connection. 


When you work with me, you will 100% be encouraged to be your true self. My friends always tell me I am a cheerleader of people and their dreams! Expect to receive lots of encouragement about who you are, your gifts, dreams, and everything in between. 


My ultimate hope is that you leave feeling reminded of how amazing you truly are! Because who you are IS AMAZING, and that's exactly WHO I want to capture! You, in ALL your glory. 




The Known Experience 


A photo session should be about making fun, meaningful memories with those you love. Not just posing in stiff unauthentic ways.


Get ready for an experience of authenticity and connection to remember! -Iman 

I am creative in many different ways, I make jewelry, I write, I paint, etc--but I am particularly passionate about photography.


Outside of photography, I also help founders pitch and leaders develop strong teams. You can read more about that here on my website.


Regardless of what I'm doing, I love people and their stories. I love writing letters and encouraging notes to people, and recently that has evolved to include painting. Once you're my friend (which I'm sure you'll become), you can expect lots of nice little notes from me :) 


I love traveling and have lived in many different cities and countries. I hate coffee with a passion, but love finding the best iced matcha lattes (bonus points if it's blended!) 

I have photographed people all over the world, including in the US, Dubai, and Kenya. I currently reside in Austin, Texas, but am available to travel worldwide to capture what you've envisioned!


I can't wait to meet you :) 

Send me a message below and we'll get started! 



“I loved working with Iman, she made us feel super comfortable to be ourselves.” 


—  Mark and Ngina

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