EP. 16: Katelyn James of Katelyn James Photography

December 28, 2016·

In this episode of the Business with Purpose podcast, Molly sits down with Katelyn James of Katelyn James Photography. Katelyn is a little bit of a different guest in that she doesn’t sell a physical product like an ethically made t-shirt or bag… rather, she is a wedding photographer who produces beautiful images that last a lifetime. But here’s the thing… she is so much more than that. Katelyn epitomizes what it means to run a business with purpose. She has a heart for the Lord, a heart for serving others, and she is truly one of the most gifted speakers and teachers I’ve ever known.

Oh, and we just so happened to go to college together and she was our wedding photographer!

You will absolutely love hearing Katelyn share her story and how something like a photography business has been a vessel for serving others and serving the Lord. She will inspire you!

About Katelyn:

Katelyn James started her professional photography career as a Junior in college and was shooting 25+ weddings annually within her second year. After growing her business and gaining recognition in national publications such as Professional Photographers Magazine, The Knot, Southern Living Weddings, Southern Weddings and Eco Weddings, she began teaching and coaching photographers from all over the country and internationally. 

Katelyn hosts workshops throughout the year and monthly coaching sessions at her home in Richmond, VA. Katelyn has been joined by her husband Michael and they are officially a husband/wife team. Since joining forces, Katelyn and Michael average 36 weddings annually. Their work has also been featured numerous times on national wedding blogs such as Real Simple, Style Me Pretty, Ruffled, Inspired by This, Grey Likes Weddings and Green Wedding Shoes.

 

Connect with Katelyn online:

Website: http://www.katelynjames.com
Blog: http://www.katelynjamesblog.com
Instagram: 
https://www.instagram.com/katelynjames/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/katelynjamesphotography/

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