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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...

Concrete Adventures

  • The New House

better than showing up at JUST the right time for something! Sometimes we go to check on the house and we have impeccable timing!! This happened to us on Friday. We were stopping by to make our daily visit and we noticed the concrete truck was backed into the garage. After taking a quick look around, I was freezing and ready to get back in the car but Michael was slow to leave. I finally realized that he was secretly hoping to see the concrete being poured. As I walked back into the house, we heard the concrete truck start spinning faster and it was go time!!!

Email Productivity & Organization

  • Ask Anything

believe that efficiency happens in the little things. Please know that I will NEVER claim to be 100% efficient in everything I do. There are somethings that just distract me and totally derail my productivity on a daily basis and I’m trying my BEST to get better at avoiding them. One of those things comes in the form of a fluffy, apricot colored fur-ball. The other distractions are normally online… facebook, pinterest, twitter. Social media can be SO good for a business and yet so bad at the same time. Over the course of the last 4 years, I’ve realized a few things about my office productivity

Plugs, Puppy Sitters & Progress

  • The New House

you say? Well, it’s a very, VERY confusing electrical map of our first floor of the new house. While it looks like a hot mess, it’s really quite exciting. We walked through the whole house yesterday morning and added receptacles, scooted recessed lights and talked about switches. We’re so new to this and we’re so thankful for our site manager’s patience. The crazy thing is that we’re leaving for California for a week and so who knows what will change while we’re gone!! Pretty soon we’ll have siding and STONE (yes, stone:) and some brick! The windows are in, the plumbing is run and the electrical is a work in progress.

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