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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...

A Wedding Collective Giveaway

  • .... It just got even better!!

If you didn’t see this announcement on Thursday, you’re in for a TREAT!! We don’t really offer discounts and so there has never really been a way to work with couples who have a very small budget but who have big dreams for their day… until now!!! We’re giving away a wedding for FREE!! Yes, our $7000 wedding experience will be FREE to one lucky couple!! And it’s not just us! They will be able to get to married at Big Spring Farm for FREE as well!! We’ve actually partnered with an amazing group of wedding professionals to make this giveaway insanely awesome!!

Meet Danielle

  • A Country Senior Shoot

There are some people in this world that just always have a smile on their face. Danielle is one of those people! Michael and I first met Danielle when she was still in middle school!! We have lived in Richmond for almost 5 years now and it’s crazy to think that the once “little” kids are now getting into their dream schools and heading to college! Danielle was accepted to UVA recently and that is QUITE an accomplishment!! Our schools around here are incredibly competitive and she made the cut!

The KJ Rebrand Recap

  • Behind the Scenes

As some of you may have read, I have never been officially branded by anyone… ever. I started getting into this field through graphic design and so I assumed that I knew enough to do it on my own. It was fine for a while! But eventually I became increasingly more and more annoyed at my inability to design for myself. I wanted it all. I didn’t have the “bigger picture” mentality to see beyond all of my little ideas.

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