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Ten Questions with a Denver Wedding Photographer

denver wedding photographerAs an artistic Denver wedding photographer, I get to hang a with a lot of cool vendor friends, or “friendors.”

I want you to get to know these lovely people, too, who I had the pleasure of photographing 😊

Each of them answered the fun little questionnaire and shared a little bit about themselves and their business!

(Also I will categorize all of these posts as “Ten Questions,” so click that to see all the friendors in one place.)

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First up is my friend Katy – a fellow Denver wedding photographer. (BTW, Katy had me along to shoot a wedding with her. It’s so much fun taking a step out of the driver’s seat sometimes! Photos from that wedding at Le Meridian are sprinkled throughout – Thank you for having me, Katy!) Here’s what she said:

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I’m Katy, a wedding and portrait photographer, based out of Denver, CO. My website is www.kathrynmarblephotography.com You can follow me at www.facebook.com/kmarblephotography and www.instagram.com/kmarblephotography

TEN QUESTIONS:

  1. Pantone color of the year – Pro or Con? PRO! I love purple 🙂
  2. Where were you born? Denver, CO
  3. What’s your earliest memory of attending a wedding? somewhat ironically, I remember pulling a gentleman’s expensive camera off of a window ledge and onto the floor, at my aunt’s wedding, when I was a child….needless to say, I got in BIG trouble 😉denver wedding photographer4.    When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up? I always teetered back and forth between a doctor and a teacher. Turns out, blood makes me queasy, so that was ruled out pretty quickly!

5.    Of all your usual daily tasks, what’s your favorite thing to do? I actually find doing laundry to be very therapeutic and calming.

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6.    What’s your least favorite thing to do? I do not like to put away clean dishes!

7.    What’s your favorite wedding trend? I love that weddings are becoming more personal, again. Couples are serving food and drinks that they love (even if they’re not fancy/trendy), wearing what THEY want to wear, inviting the people that mean the most to them, and bucking traditional trends left and right!

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8.    Pancakes or waffles? Waffles.

9.    Dogs or cats? Cats (shhhh. don’t tell my dog!)

10.   What’s #1 on your travel bucket list? I’d love to tour Italy.

Thanks so much for being on the blog, Katy!

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