Hi! I’m Kaitlyn - and it’s so nice to meet you!
I'm a big believer in living life out loud, and that love and laughter can cure just about anything (and that pancakes never hurt, either). When I'm not shooting, editing, or texting/emailing with my clients, you can find me finger painting with my toddler or binge-watching all the things with my partner. I'm a big nerd for learning and I definitely want to meet your dog.
I'm obsessed with getting to know each and every one of my clients on a personal level. I think your wedding day should scream YOU and, to do that, I have to get to know you. I want your wedding photos to be a real reflection of your relationship. I don't believe in one-size-fits-all wedding photography. I'm cool with throwing tradition to the wind, thinking outside the box, and making your day exactly what you've dreamed of. I believe that your wedding experience should be fun and beautiful and deliver timeless photos that let you relive the day.
I'm also a full-service wedding professional. That means, rather than just giving you epic photos, I'm also here for you every step of the way. Whether you need a florist recommendation, emergency tissues, or someone to help you navigate all the feels on your big day - I'm your girl. I care about your wedding day as much as you do. Seriously.
If that sounds like your jam, let's chat.
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My journey into photography started in my high school darkroom. At 17, I knew that I wanted to be a photographer and, through it, that I wanted to meet people from all walks of life, tell their stories, and make change happen.
I went onto Ohio University to pursue it, where I fell in love with the Appalachian foothills, started documenting local communities, and received my degree in visual communication. After a brief foray into sports photography (go Browns!) I moved to Cedar Rapids, Iowa and then onto the Pacific Northwest where I worked as a photojournalist.
I spent those years exploring the mountains - documenting rodeos, hop farms, MMA groups, pageant shots, and everything in-between. I met so so many amazing people throughout my time there, but I started to get burnt out on the rougher side of journalism. I knew that I wanted more moments that I could hand over to my subjects. Moments that weren't happening because of a breaking news story, but were breaking news for the people in them. I started my photography business in 2016, and began focusing on weddings shortly afterwards.
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