Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Family photos by Katherine Louise Harris Photography

For me, one of the best things about blogging is the interactive readership. I get to "meet" all kinds of people without ever leaving my home! Thanks to blogging, I've made friends with lots of people and most of them don't even live in Arizona. It's pretty neat.

I recently had the pleasure of meeting one of my long-time readers, Katie, in person. She's based in Minneapolis and blogs at Creole Wisdom. She and I share a connection to BYU and communications and because of that, I felt like I "knew" her right away when I started reading her blog. I could tell she is a genuine person who is always working to improve herself and helping others. She is also a supportive reader who leaves thoughtful comments and asks sincere questions, truly wanting to know more about others and not just reading for networking purposes. So even though I technically hadn't ever met her until last week, I felt like I'd already known her all these years by reading her words. Turns out she's as great of a person "in real life" as she is on the Internet!


Katie is also a professional photographer at Katherine Harris Photography and I LOVE her work. It's so clean, crisp and vibrant -- a style of photography towards which I gravitate.


Of course I was honored to have her take our family's pictures while she was in town. Check out how gorgeous they are!






And good news if you're in Arizona -- Katie is currently building her clientele in the Phoenix area. So If you are local and need pictures for any occasion, Katie's your girl! She'll be back in town this November when the weather returns to normal, non-Satanic temperatures, so be sure to hit her up for a photo sesh (e-mail here). Also, go like her Page on Facebook now for updates and samples of her beautiful work in your news feed!

3 comments:

  1. Oh Jenna I am so honored! Thank you so much for having me out to photograph you and your family. I loved working with you, and so appreciate the "shout out!" Working in Arizona is something I love, and I'm looking forward to heading back this fall! Loved meeting you as well, I am so inspired by you!

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