Celeste Kiyoko

Helping you with your next endeavor.

“If one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours.”

– Henry David Thoreau

Get to Know Celeste Kiyoko

As somebody who loves staying busy and is always looking for new things to do, I’ve developed a wide array of skillsets. I love sharing that knowledge and using those skillsets to help others even more.

As a full time web developer and marketer, I excel at building high converting websites and getting those websites to show up in Google search results.

In the evenings, you’ll find me out horseback riding, practicing archery, planning my next trip, or doing leatherworking.

Just let me know how I can help you, and I’m happy to do so!

Services OFFERED

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Website Design & Development

I’ll work with you to develop web pages that communicate why customers should choose you over anybody else.

Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

Let me help you get your website to show up on the first page of search results.

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Photography

Specializing in family and senior portrait photography, I strive to capture the not just the photo, but the memory.

Travel

I aim to inspire others to travel more and help them realize that anybody can travel with the right amount of planning.

Take a Shot at Mounted Archery

Traditionally, mounted archery was used for hunting and for war. 

Thanks to some Eastern Asian festivals and viral videos, it’s seen a rival over the past few years and is growing as a sport.

I’ve partnered with Golden J Training to offer archery and horseback riding lessons to anybody interested in giving mounted archery a shot.

Kiyoko's Kreations

Creating quality leather products for your enjoyment

Despite it’s recent rise in popularity, mounted archery is still a relatively unheard-of sport. As such, there aren’t many companies that make the equipment and accessories needed for mounted archery. So, I decided I wanted to create my own rein keepers (so I didn’t have to worry about the reins slipping too far out of my reach when shooting on horseback).

That decision not only allowed me to discover the joy of leatherworking, but it also helped me come to realize that others might benefit from my “kreations” as well. I now make not only mounted archery equipment such as rein keepers and archery quivers, but also bracelets, luggage tags, shawl cuffs, and more.