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Hi there! i’m katelyn.

Hello, and welcome to the KJ Blog! I'm Katelyn James, and my husband Michael and I are a wedding photography team based in Richmond, Virginia. We hope you grab some coffee (or a diet coke, in my case) and enjoy viewing our latest work, browsing resources for photographers, and getting a little peek into our life!Β  Read more...

3 Reasons We Created a Family Instagram Account

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You may have heard…. we had a baby! Who hasn’t heard? I feel like that’s all we’ve been talking about the last 3 weeks since Everly entered the world! We love her, and we love being her parents! We also LOVE taking pictures of her! One of the most stressful things that I’ve encountered in preparing for our first baby was figuring out how I want to document her life! I know that sounds silly…. and trivial even… but it’s true.

The KJ Posing Course is Coming Back!

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You know how we do things. Instead of just saying “Hey! Buy our course!”, we love giving free education and instruction first so that you can decide if what we’ve created is the right fit for you! We would never want our students or customers to purchase or invest in something that isn’t going to transform their business and that’s because we run a VERY lean business ourselves. That means that we ONLY spend money on things that we REALLY need and will push us forward. We believe that we can’t afford to waste our hard earned money on things that aren’t transformative!

Our Home | The Kitchen Tour

  • A Double Island Contemporary Farmhouse Kitchen

This post has been a long time coming. It seems like it was years ago that I sketched out my dream kitchen on a scrap piece of paper! I saved that piece of paper until it was time to meet with a builder. Slowly that little sketch started to become a reality. When we decided to re-build our previous house but make some changes, the kitchen was the first room we focused on. We knew that if we wanted to continue to host large events and workshops, we wanted to make this room more functional.

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