Balancing technical mastery with cultivated artistry, Catherine Hall’s images translate subtle interactions into timeless narratives. This unerring level of artistic sophistication continually attracts elite couples—as well as the attention of high-profile magazines like Grace Ormande’s Wedding Style, InStyle Weddings, and The Knot (which recently named her Best Wedding Photographer).
Catherine graduated at the top of her class at California Polytechnic and furthered her education in art and photography at Oxford University. Her editorial and photojournalistic images appear in publications like The New York Times and National Geographic, while her professional sponsors include Apple, Epson, and Adobe. Among her prestigious roster of commercial clients are industry-leaders Pricewaterhouse Coopers, News Corp, Reuters, and John Deere. She regularly lectures in innovative environments such as Google and MacWorld and with nearly two million social media followers she is an in-demand instructor and judge at international photography events, such as the Wedding and Portrait Photographers International (WPPI) trade show. Her fine-art images have been exhibited widely throughout Europe and the United States, and her travel-photography assignments have taken her to over thirty countries. Recently, Catherine was commissioned by upscale designers Bob and Cortney Novogratz to create a portrait for HGTV’s Home by Novogratz.
To ensure a premium experience for her exclusive network of clients, Catherine accepts only a limited number of wedding assignments. With grace, skill, and positive energy, she has earned a strong reputation for exceeding expectation and often forges relationships with her clients that endure for years beyond the wedding day.