It was great to see the portrait I took of my husband, Ross Sheehan, published in Addison Independent’s Arts + Leisure section for their feature arts story. I had a great time testing my new fisheye lens.
It was extremely exciting to see Laura and Patrick’s Basin Harbor Club wedding published in Vermont Bride Magazine for the Winter/Fall 2017 issue. I loved everything about their day from their yellow wedding details to their sendoff through a giant tunnel of wedding sparklers. You can see the full story of their wedding photos here.
It was such an honor to be interviewed for Vermont Bride Magazine and featured in their ‘Vendor Spotlight’ Q & A for the Winter/Spring 2017 issue. I love talking about wedding photography and all of the amazing couples I’ve been able to meet along the way. This question below gets to the heart of why I love being a wedding photographer and especially a Vermont wedding photographer:
Vermont Bride: WHY DID YOU DECIDE TO BECOME A PHOTOGRAPHER?
Cat: I really decided to become a storyteller and the camera is the best vehicle I have. I am of course both a romantic and a nostalgic–kind of a magic bullet for a wedding photojournalist. I love to hold onto time through photos and I’m endlessly curious and interested in hearing people’s stories. In my day-to-day life I really don’t go anywhere without my camera.
You can read the full article here
Jessica and Brandon’s gorgeous wedding at Nestldown in Los Gatos, CA, was nothing short of magical. From their stunning ceremony in the redwoods to their lawn dinner by the pond and lush gardens, the day enraptured a perfect rustic elegance. Thank you so much Jessica and Brandon for having me capture your fairytale day!
We had amazing light for Jessica and Brandon’s engagement photos last weekend at Fitzgerald Marine Reserve in Moss Beach and Dunes Beach in Half Moon Bay. I had so much fun meeting these two and it couldn’t have been a more ideal day for photography.