Summerhouse specializes in photojournalistic style wedding photography. I photograph in both black and white and color, with a focus on documentary style, candid photography. I use the finest 35mm Leica film cameras with Leica lenses, as well as medium format and art cameras I use for portraiture and experimental imagery. I believe that the quality of real film is unmatched by digital technology, and allows for greater artistic expression.
I place special attention on the design of your wedding album. I understand the fine balance between the bride and groom's desire for a keepsake of the wedding day, and the importance of the wedding album as a family record that will last for generations. My albums and final prints are created using the finest archival materials, and are designed to be beautiful and long lasting.
Your wedding day is a once in a lifetime celebration. Summerhouse Photography is dedicated to creating a beautiful, lasting document of your wedding day.
I would be honored to be a part of your celebration, and I always approach my responsibilites with the utmost respect and professionalism, but not without a sense of humor and a spirit of fun. I would love to be included in your wedding day.
For more information or to set up a consultation, please call or email me.
Kristin Giordano is an award-winning photographer with ten years of professional experience. She has photographed over 100 weddings, and her work has been featured in Martha Stewart's Weddings, Minnesota Bride, and on theknot.com. Kristin’s fine art photography has been exhibited widely in galleries and museums, and her photographs are held in numerous private collections. She has been featured in calendars, on book covers, and in numerous magazines and journals.
She has been awarded a T/Pac Travel Grant to photograph in French West Africa, won first prize in PostPicasso's Interpreting Spirituality, and recently won the competitive print sponsorship award from Seattle's Photographic Center Northwest, where she is currently working on a series of photographs from recent travels on the Arabian Peninsula. She worked as the staff photographer for the award-winning Tucson Weekly, and her documentary work has been published in the Phoenix New Times, the Christian Science Monitor, and the Woodstock Quarterly Review. In 2005 Kristin relocated to the Puget Sound area, and she now serves the Seattle, Tacoma, and greater Puget Sound region.