About Me

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I am photographer, graphic designer, web designer and tech junkie based in Charlotte, North Carolina.  However, my creativity branches out to include my love for innovative music, COFFEE, working out and anything related to health and fitness.

My passion for photography started at the age of 10 when my Dad taught me to use his old Minolta film camera (back in the stone ages when digital didn’t exist).  I still love the feel and unique quality of film that is hard to capture when shooting digital.

After graduating from Appalachian State University with a degree in Technical Photography, I worked in the commercial photography industry in High Point, North Carolina photographing furniture and products for companies including Bassett, Lowe’s, Havertys, Verbatim and Sears. In addition to product photography, I enjoy photographing weddings, events, bands, portraits, humanitarian and pretty much anything that can tell a story.

I desire to use my photography to change and impact the lives of those I meet and work with. As a photographer I have an innate ability to view the world with unique vision and I strive to let that influence my art and design.  My ultimate passion is to work with missionaries and organizations around the world and support them through photography and visual aid. So far I have had the opportunity to work in Nicaragua and Belize, and in 2016 my travel repertoire will include a few more countries.

View more of my work at KaitlynSuter.com

Contact: kaitlynsuter@gmail.com

Instagram: @ksuterphoto

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