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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!  Read more...

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Have You Missed Him?

  • Bokeh Boy is Checking In...

Well friends, we have one conference left… a few engagement sessions and a road trip to Chapel Hill this Thursday night before we can officially say that we’re done with the CRAZY! This fall has been one wild ride and we’ve MISSED THIS SWEET FACE! Last night during our webinar (which was amazing! Thanks to the THOUSANDS of you who showed up! WOW!!!) Bokeh popped his head into the video almost like he was trying to say “Hey! Remember Me! I’m still cute and fluffy!!”

Our Little “Constant”

  • Bokeh Boy

Something I’ve realized recently in my life is how thankful I am for the “constants”. You know, the things that just never change. Most of the time, when I think of the “constants” in my life, I’m referring to PEOPLE…. and one little Bichpoo. Bokeh is definitely one of our constants. When he’s around, it just feels like HOME. Maybe that’s because he follows us around the house like a little shadow or because he lays right up against us at bedtime! I don’t know what it is, but I love it! I love having him to come home to!

Work from Rest, Rest from Work

  • Enjoying the Down Time

Work from rest and rest from work. We’re not perfect at it but we’re trying to get better at making time to have fun and get away from the laptop. This weekend we fly to Illinois to speak at the Reset Conference and then we headed to Big Spring Farm for a few days. It’s amazing what 2-3 days of minimal working can do for the soul. We all need that. Michael and I know that we need to work on our “resting” skills. It really doesn’t come natural for me….. but the past 3 days were proof that I’m getting better… little by little! :)

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