A United Nations photojournalist turned wedding photographer passionate about capturing those lost moments that make us.
Born to a Cuban architect and an American history buff, Katherine was raised with the power of storytelling and build something great, learning to pay attention to the little details that others often miss.
Katherine received her BA from Tufts University and trained in long-form narrative photojournalism under World Press Photo Chairman Gary Knight. While based in Rome working for the United Nations, she was hit by a car on her way home from work — what she calls her “Regina George” moment.
While spending a year in recovery at home in NYC, she began noticing how obsessively people documented every aspect of their life and participated in the world through a screen, but rarely lived fully present in the moment. Katherine has since become passionate about capturing those lost moments that make us.
Katherine has worked weddings and events worldwide - including Hong Kong, Italy, Kenya, Myanmar, England, Thailand, California, and more -- photographing past US presidents, celebrities, and other icons of our generation.
Her work has been featured in Vogue, The New York Times, The Cut, Martha Stewart Weddings, The Knot, Carats & Cake, Rangefinder Magazine, and many more.
We prefer the real world over the Instagram world, but you can take a peek at our portfolio and stay up-to-date with the latest work via the link below.