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 and 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.
I'm more in love with my husband now than I was when we exchanged vows over 8 years ago, 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 Facetime wayyyy too much with my sisters, and Sundays are strictly reserved for QT with my family. It's a good life, y'all – let's be friends.
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my husband & our little boy • organic & loose bouquets • couples who write their own vows • family vacations • confident women • getting film scans in • charcuterie boards • belly laughs • confetti & string lights • everything about Christmas • unplugged weddings • snail mail • first looks • Sunday brunch • joyful brides • sentimental grooms • happy people
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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