I’m ready to book. How and when should I do it?

That’s great news! Please contact us by filling out our form here, or send an email to
kaightie@kt-ography.com. I’m so excited and can’t wait to meet you in person! Let set up a meeting so we can go over details and get a contract signed. Most weddings book out a year in advance so the sooner you contact us the better.

Do you travel?

I sure do! Travel charges and accommodations may apply. Please contact me for specific details.

How can I pay for my session?

Once we have sat down, discussed your session and are ready to sign a contract, a deposit will be required to hold your date.  Payment is due in full 14 days prior to your session.  Installments can also be arranged.  KTography excepts cash, check and all major credit cards. All sessions are subject to current North Dakota tax rate.

LATE FEES WILL BE ASSESED AT $25.00 for EVERY DAY PAYMENT IS NOT RECIEVED FROM DATE DUTE AS STATED ON YOUR CONTRACT AND INVOICE.

What is your turn around time?

You can typically expect to see a sneak peek on the blog or through Facebook with in one week. A small session such as families or seniors is 2 weeks for your full gallery to be ready.  Wedding are a bit more to get through so they can take 6-8 weeks.

How many wedding have I shot?

A lot! And I love each and every one of them.  I have been in business 10 years now and have shot over 100 weddings.  I did slow down a couple of years while I took the time to complete my bachelors degree in Mass Communication with an emphasis in Advertising. I also limit the amount of wedding I book every years so that I can guarantee every couple my full attention from the first meeting until the last print has been dropped off.

What is my Favorite thing about Weddings?

I have been asked this a few time recently. I could answer this the typical the grooms face when he sees his bride for the first time. Or the happiness of the friends and family but I gonna be real. My FAVORTIE thing about weddings is the CAKE! Cake has evolved over the years and they are a gorgeous part of the day. I love photographing the cake and of course getting to eat it too.