Katie is an incredibly creative and refreshing photographer! Her perspective and use of the camera brings beautiful fun and graceful imagery sure to captivate and intrigue. She has a bubbly joyful personality and isn’t afraid to lead her clients through a shoot. She’s passionate and quirky, and brings joy into each shoot she does. You won’t regret hiring her to capture your memories to have forever!
Katie is an engaging photographer, coming prepared to sessions with various ideas and poses in order to get a variety of different shots and is constantly on her toes, working hard to not miss out on a great shot. She was highly involved during our session and we definitely plan on using her again in capturing our future events.
From the moment I received the email from Allison asking me to do her and Paul’s newlywed portraits, I was so excited. Allison is a Fiber Artist for Loopy Cat Crochet in Dallas Ga and I have been following her on social media for years and have become friends with her. She truly has a God-given talent that has been refined by many years of dedication and hard work. I knew without a doubt that Paul had to be an incredible person to win the attention of my friend. After all she is an amazing person. She is super friendly, intelligent, bubbly, excited, thoughtful, driven, and plus she makes the most beautiful things out of yarn that every fall and winter make me want to grab a hot cut of coffee and snuggle up by the fire.
The weather was amazing. Light breeze, no bugs, no snakes or surprises, I didn’t fall off of my apple box that I enjoy standing on, the light and the sun was perfect…. Everything was perfect. This session was a blast to photograph. We danced in the fields listening to music, picking wildflowers, enjoying the evening together, and just took our time getting the shots we wanted. I love my sister and very soon to be brother. Jordan is a wonderful man and I adore the way he loves Danielle. So to make this experience even more fun, I asked them to fill out a questionnaire for me individually. To not share each other’s answers, and to wait to read each other’s response when this blog goes live……
All I remember is looking at Jared, through my oxygen mask, saying.. “What’s happening. What’s happening??” It was DO OR DIE. I remember there came a point in the midst of the chaos where I think my mind just blocked the pain out because I was so focused on one thought: If I can’t get him out then I’m going to lose him.