Photographing Your Baby’s Milestones

Your baby changes so much during their first year, you will want to capture all of their milestones. With our experience we have put together our recommendations to help our clients know when is the b...


New Years Eve: My Return to TWiT!

I had so much fun ringing in the New Year at TWiT with Leo! Check out our tips for taking good cell phone pics at parties.


Moscow International Foto Awards

I am so honored to have one of my images being recognized in Russia. It is such a blessing to be able to see my work being recognized internationally. Thank you to MIFA for putting together such a gre...


WPPI 2015 My Top Ten Screw-Ups

It’s that time of year again, the time when thousands of photographer’s flock to Las Vegas for WPPI! This year learn from ALL OF MY MISTAKES so you don't have to pay the painful price I did :)! Nam...


4th of July: Tips for Shooting Fireworks Displays

I'm sure many of you are going to be taking snapshots in continuous mode of the glorious display of fireworks. It's one of my favorite holidays and I'll be hanging with the beautiful Petra Cross on a ...


Quick Tip: Put your subjects at ease

Quick Tip: People are often painfully conscious of being in front of the camera, especially at weddings. They get stiff and uncomfortable. I find that if I misdirect the attention from them to myself,...


Quick Tip: Grow as an Artist

Tip: It’s really important to constantly be challenging yourself in order to avoid getting stuck in a routine. Have fun with growing as an artist. I am continually reinventing myself, which has allowe...


Quick Tip: Know your client

Tip: I love shooting in the later afternoon, using a gold & silver zebra reflector to give my subjects a golden sunset glow.  These images often create a feeling of longing and romance.  Although ...


Quick Tip: Don’t be afraid to experiment

Tip: Photographers often ask me for advice on finding a personal style. My feeling is that you don't find your style; your style finds you. Be receptive to ideas that come to you as a photographer. Yo...


Quick Tip: Know your weather

Your main light source is the sun.  A reflector takes what it is given from the sun and modifies and redirects it.  That simple.  If you are shooting in broad daylight at noon and use a hard silver re...




Catherine Hall’s breathtaking images have inspired audiences for over a decade. Her fine-art photography has been exhibited throughout Europe and the United States, and international assignments have taken her to more than thirty countries on five continents. Catherine’s work regularly appears in leading editorial publications like the New York Times, Coastal Living and National Geographic Traveler. Among her prestigious roster of commercial clients are Sephora, Reuters, and John Deere. Her professional sponsorships include Adobe, Epson and SanDisk. She is the former co-host and producer of TWiT Photo which was named “Best New Tech Podcast” in iTunes.

With nearly two million social media followers industry leaders like Google, Macworld, and WPPI regularly seek her out as a speaker and judge. Catherine is a driven perfectionist, unapologetic tech geek, and charismatic public figure. She loves dancing to electronic music, skiing bluebird powder days, and singing really loudly when no one is around.