Hi, I'm Kati, and I'm so excited you've stumbled upon my little home on the internet! I pour my heart and soul into my work and I believe that it shows... and that's what attracts my clients to me.
I'm from Arkansas and live one block away from the house I grew up in (guess you could call me a homebody). I can't help but laugh at a bad pun, I love interior design, and I'm obsessed with clean lines and the color white. I'm also a foodie with a weak spot for charcuterie boards + cocktails, and I love Christmas so much that I don't take December weddings just so I can soak in the season as much as possible.
My husband is my best friend, and I'm grateful every day that we are parents to the most amazing little boy. Every month I count down the days until book club with my best girlfriends, I call my sisters wayyyy too much to talk about nothing, and Sundays are strictly reserved for QT with my family. It's a good life, y'all – let's be friends.
I can't live without my:
On days off, I love to:
COFFEE OR WINE:
Early bird or night owl:
my husband & our little boy
organic & loose bouquets
couples who write their own vows
getting film scans in
confetti & string lights
everything about Christmas
My style is warm and joyful, timeless and relaxed. I'm a big believer in authenticity, and I love photos where my clients look and feel exactly like the best versions of themselves - nothing exaggerated or pretend. My goal for every photograph is to capture real relationships, real emotions, and real memories (not just a photo for Pinteret's sake), and I don't really believe in retouching 'cause I think you're beautiful just as you are.
I am a hybrid photographer, which means I shoot on both film and digital cameras. Film is my true love, and I'm smitten with the colors and tones, the buttery-soft look, and the intimacy that shooting on film gives me during a wedding or session. It forces me to slow down and really think about each shot, and it's a timeless medium of photography my clients love. I also shoot digitally in fast-paced or low-light situations. I edit my digital images to match the tones of my film ones, so you probably won't be able to tell a difference when looking at the two unless you have a trained eye!
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