Photographer Thea Dodds presents the first same-sex wedding photography class at WPPI and encourages photographers to ask for more educational opportunities regarding the emerging LGBTQ market.
Same-Sex Wedding Expert, Author Of First-Of-Its-Kind Gay Wedding Photography Book To Appear In Charleston, SC
Gay wedding expert, Kathryn Hamm, will appear in Charleston, SC on Nov 7, 2014 to discuss the marriage equality, same-sex wedding trends, and the photography tips and techniques revealed in ‘The New Art of Capturing Love.’
The Capturing Love book tour, which began in San Francisco and then went on to Boston, St. Louis, Miami, Washington, DC, Denver, now heads to Chicago on August 11-12, 2014.
Kim Chernin and Renate Stendhal give high marks to The New Art of Capturing Love as an “enchanted tour through the creation of a new gay, visual culture.”
Andrea Mitchell, a trailblazer in her own right, invited co-author Kathryn Hamm to appear on her show, MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell Reports, to speak about The New Art of Capturing Love and how the wedding industry is changing with the recent breakthroughs in marriage equality. The inspiring images in the book struck her as they have
The authors of The New Art of Capturing Love reflect on their visit to the Harvard Coop in Cambridge, MA to mark the release of the book and 10 years of marriage equality in Massachusetts.
Thea Dodds and Kathryn Hamm celebrate the history behind the making of The New Art of Capturing Love and 10 years of marriage equality at the Harvard Coop on Friday, May 9.
Featuring a collection of more than 180 same-sex portraits of 72 couples from 48 photographers, this guide is proudly the first—and most comprehensive—of its kind. Whether you are a wedding photographer looking to enter this burgeoning market, or a same-sex couple looking for visual inspiration, these gorgeous images will both instruct and inspire.
Thea’s Take: Traveling 6,000 miles round trip for 5 minutes When I told friends I’d be making a cross-country day-trip to Seattle for a five minute presentation on the art of photographing same-sex couples and weddings, they thought I was crazy. “To a world-wide audience,” I’d reply (to sound less crazy). Or so I thought.
On Sunday, July 21, 2013, WJLA’s Washington Business Report host Rebecca Cooper interviews Kathryn Hamm, President of GayWeddings.com, whose company is based in the Washington area, but serves as a nationwide resource to wedding event vendors and same-sex couples. In the segment, Kathryn discusses her new book, Capturing Love, and her experience of growing the