Jordan Katz

Understated imagery for the down-to-earth bride

Documenting has been a habit for me as long as I can remember. Starting with a polaroid, then my mom’s old 35mm, working in journalism and now photographing weddings, I have always been out to capture the moment.

I’m a big believer in the idea that there’s no such thing as perfect, but there is such a thing as beauty. I take a compassionate, hands-on approach in working with my clients — I put connection first because I’ve seen that beauty will follow.

I’m here to capture love as it unfolds on your wedding day — whether that be in the form of your best friend calming you down during a bout of nervousness, your grandpa helping your grandma stand up as you enter for dinner, or your new husband whispering an off-kilter joke in your ear during toasts. I’m also here to be your friend, timekeeper, second opinion, and most importantly — to help you be present and soak in what will likely feel like one of the shortest days of your life.

Fun facts

What do you consider your style to be?

Understated, honest, film-inspired

What are your favorite kinds of couples to work with?

My favorite couples are those with warm and laid back personalities whose top priority is to spend time with their guests, and who are looking for a photographer to capture the subtle details as they unfold naturally.

How did you get started in the wedding industry?

I worked in broadcast and digital news, and began photographing for local news outlets. In searching for additional work, I ended up working with private clients on events and portraits on the side, which led me to weddings.

Where do you find your design inspiration?

I find design inspiration in music, movies, architectural and design blogs, as well as other photographers' work.

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