Hello! I’m Kate, a wedding and lifestyle photographer based in Litchfield County Connecticut, about two hours from Manhattan, and two hours from Boston. But I travel all over New England, as well as nationally and internationally to capture your story! I grew up on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, in a large creative family. My goal is to provide you with breathtaking fine art photographs of your extraordinary day. I approach each wedding, as if is my first, with an open heart and mind. No two weddings are alike. Each couple is unique! I shoot a limited amount of weddings each year, making it more personal and offering a deeper connection with each couple. Ultimately I like to form a bond with them, keeping them on as clients for years to come as the family grows.
It is so important to find a photographer whose work you just love, bonus points is if you get along well, and feel comfortable with her. My goal is to show up on your wedding day feeling more like a friend than a wedding photographer. I want you to feel comfortable and relaxed on your wedding day! I do not force couples into awkward poses. I will not over direct you, but rather sit back and observe. I know you have put a lot of time into the details and planning of your wedding (the flowers, the cake, etc..) I make sure to document -with magazine worthy shots. However the work I do is mostly emotion driven, capturing the true spirit of whom you are. To learn more, simply take a look at my portfolio, and be sure to follow along on Instagram, where I post daily.
On a personal note:
I have two golden retrievers who make my heart happy all the time & a very fat cat, named George. I'm useless with out a cup of French press coffee in the morning. I love ice cream (chocolate peanut butter and mint chip), the last page of Charlotte's Webb, and the beach.My favorite TV shows: HGTV marathons, of 'Fixer Upper' & a quirky New Zealand TV show called 'Please Like Me'. When I am not taking pictures I am usually out in my flower garden getting muddy, or working on my old Cape Cod cottage built in 1734.
I'd love to know yours