Rangefinder Magazine,
recently published an article featuring my shooting style.  It is a great article, that even moved me to tears – there is some personal stuff about my how my mother has shaped my career as a photographer.  The writer, Michelle Perkins did an incredible job…

Adding Empathy to the EquationMany people have asserted that a portrait says as much about the photographer as it does about the subject. Looking at Catherine Hall’s evocative images, it’s easy to see what they mean. Despite the diversity of her subjects, from upscale New York City brides to underprivileged Appalachian children, Catherine’s images reflect a consistency of vision that arises from her empathetic approach to photography as a whole and to her subjects as individuals.

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