Kathryn Wallace Yeaton

Contact Kathryn Wallace Yeaton

Hi, I'm Katie. 
 
I'm a wife and a mommy to a toddler and two rescue pups. I love sunsets, margaritas, laughing, making lists, and going on adventures. I hate being the center of attention. 
 
I'm a professional wedding photographer based in East Greenwich, Rhode Island and I love every part of my job photographing weddings. From the subtle glances, to the tears of joy, to the epic dance moves. Capturing your special moments is a responsibility I do not take lightly. 
 
I regularly photograph weddings in Newport, Cape Cod, Connecticut, and the Boston Area.

Where are you located? Do you charge a travel fee for weddings not in your location?

I am located in East Greenwich, RI and Wellfleet, MA. A travel fee is applicable only if an overnight stay is required.

How long have you been in business? How many weddings have you photographed as the main photographer?

I have been in business for 10 years and have photographed over 150 weddings.

Describe your "style" of wedding photography.

I am a documentary-style photographer, which means I like to keep it real. Simply put, I believe your wedding day should be as uninterrupted, unscripted and unforgettable as possible. This means way less time posing in front of the camera and way more time out on the dance floor with family and friends.  
 
After all, you spent months planning the perfect wedding, you deserve to enjoy every moment of it, and I'll be there to capture everything as it happens. 
 
Don't worry - we'll get some beautiful formal photos too. When the time comes, I'll find the best lighting and backgrounds and snap away so we can get you back to your party as soon as possible.

What's the typical wedding coverage package that you offer? What is the price?

The average client spends around $5500 and gets 8 hours of coverage with 2 photographers.

Do you have a studio where we can meet? Do you use Skype?

Yes, please come and meet me in my home studio!

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