Kate Giovinco Photography bio picture
  • Welcome to my blog!

    I like seeing the world through the lens of a camera. There is nothing more rewarding than bringing into view an image of something extraordinary that I can see through my lens that others can't see for themselves. Because life is in the details, I focus on the details that make life worth living: the smile on the face of a man who can't contain his love for his new wife; the shy grin on a bride when she sees her reflection in the mirror on her wedding day; the joyful tears of a father standing with his daughter, presenting her to the man she'll share the rest of her life with. Because each wedding is meticulously planned as a labor of love for the marrying couple, I seek out those details that make a difference, and that years later will spark memories of their wedding day. Memories tend to fade, but photos last forever. My job is to take the best photos possible to keep these memories alive, in crisp, beautiful detail.

    I am a self-taught photographer who enjoys shooting weddings and engagements. I also specialize in beach shoots, as well. I recognize that each couple has a unique relationship and view of the world, and my job is to express your viewpoint through the lens of my camera.

Category Archives: Breast Cancer

Susan G. Komen – 5k – Philadelphia PA

Every year my family walks in the Susan G. Komen 5k on Mother’s Day. I have walked for the last 17 years. When I started there were about 500 people that did it. It has now grown to over 40,000. I didn’t end up going this year. I stayed home with a sick toddler and […]

View full post »

30/6 Thanksgiving: Susan G. Komen 3 Day

As I posted the last few days I am in Dallas to support my mom in her 5th Susan G. Komen 3 day. Today I am thankful for the incredible women and men that support this cause. From every single walker to crew member that makes each 3 day a success. Every single person who […]

View full post »

30/5 Thanksgiving: My Mom

I am in Dallas today to cheer my mom on while she walks in the Susan G. Komen 3 Day. Tomorrow she will wake up at 6 am and walk 20 more miles. Then on Sunday she will walk 20 more for a total of 60 miles in 3 days. She is 61 years young […]

View full post »