Monday, October 26, 2009


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Friday, October 23, 2009

Museum of the Shenandoah Wedding

Until I've got a second to post some of my recent photo works
Check out where a future wedding I'm photographing will be:
Museum of the Shenandoah Valley


Top: This Tall Case Clock, ca. 1795, was made by Goldsmith Chandlee (1751-1821) and has been in the historic house for generations.

Middle: The sunken garden in front of the Pink Pavilion.

Above: The Museum's Shenandoah Valley Gallery.

The Museum of the Shenandoah Valley (MSV) interprets the art, history, and culture of the great valley for which it is named. This regional museum complex in Winchester, Virginia, includes a historic house dating to the eighteenth century, six acres of spectacular gardens, and a museum designed by internationally recognized architect Michael Graves.

You could easily spend the better part of a day at this museum site. Plan for about 45 minutes to tour the historic house, at least an hour to explore the six acres of gardens on your own, and another hour or so in the museum galleries. One good approach is to experience the house and gardens in the morning, have lunch in the Museum Tea Room, and see the galleries in the afternoon. Or vice versa. The Museum Tea Room is also a good place for afternoon tea. Don't miss the Museum Store during your visit.

The museum is open year-round, and the house and gardens are open March through November. All are open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday through Sunday; closed Mondays and major holidays. Click here for details about upcoming holiday closings.

Monday, October 19, 2009


Here's my good friend's little 6 month old boy, Cooper. We took him out to some of her land out in the Colorado Hills and had a fun time sitting him in some different spots...he's a hoot! Just a smiley little guy. Enjoy!

Friday, October 16, 2009


So here are a few of the first images I took while away in Colorado for the last 3 weeks. I was hanging out with my friend and her little 2 month old baby boy. More images from the trip to come! Including babies, nature & a wedding!

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

ART BUZZ October 19th

I will not be able to make it to the event, HOWEVER, they will be giving away a set of post cards by me with a collection of wilderness and travel images:) Go if you can!


COMING SOON: ART BUZZ Remix Happy Hour @ Co. Co. Sala October 19th

Join us Monday, October 19th for an ART BUZZ Remix at DC's hottest restaurant and lounge, Co. Co. Sala.

The sixth ART BUZZ Remix will raise much needed funds for the DC Arts and Humanities Education Collaborative's Arts for Every Student Program and will include a video art installation care of DC's most talented digital gurus, a music soundscape and FREE giveaways for lucky guests from Co. Co. Sala, DURKL,Policy Brand Clothing Co., Posh Princess Palace,VASTU, artist Chris Bishop, Marielle Mariano and photogs Katharine Hauschka, Liliane Blom andCherie Lester with more to be announced.

Happy hour drink specials include select $4 beers, $6 wines and $8 sangria and Co. Co. Sala has an amazing menu for you to partake that night (prices vary).

ART BUZZ has grown to become our signature fundraising event for the DC Arts and Humanities Education Collaborative. The Collaborative ensures that underserved DC public school students benefit from the region’s rich array of arts amenities.

They provide free transportation and free tickets to storytelling presentations, music, dance, and theater experiences; plus trips to The Kennedy Center and museums.

In addition the Collaborative provides teachers with professional development sessions and study materials, adding further incentive to integrate the arts into their daily lessons. In the 2009 school year, more than 32,000 students and teachers will visit cultural institutions through our program.

A $15 donation is requested at the door and all attendees are entered for a chance to win one of many FREE giveaways that night.

Monday, October 19th
6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Co. Co. Sala
929 F. Street, NW
Washington, DC
(Gallery Place/Chinatown Metro)

Friday, October 2, 2009

I'm featured on LIVING SOCIAL!

Check this out! I'm featured today and through the weekend on Living Social!- Take advantage of this's kind of amazing!

$75 for $250 of Personal Photography Services


Katherine Hauschka (a.k.a. KateHaus) knows photography. From snapping shots at events to catching that perfect model moment, Hauschka has the talent, technique and drive to be one of D.C.’s most sought-after photographers. So take advantage of her skills and charm with our weekend deal – $250 worth of photography services for just $75! Need a portrait to put on those holiday cards? Looking for a new headshot? Have a wedding in the spring? Today's deal is good towards any of those services, something that everyone can appreciate!


The Little Details

* Valid towards personal photo session, family portraits, weddings, events, etc.
* Can use studio free of charge or have photographer come to you
* Photo session must take place within 60 miles of DC.
* Expires 10/1/2010

Additional Information

Based in Dupont Circle, KateHaus Photography handles just about everything from fashion to food. While Hauschka specializes in weddings, portraiture, events and travel, she also works with food, sports, modeling and architecture. She’ll journey anywhere in a 60-mile radius of D.C. proper for events and shoots, even just for headshots at your house.

With our daily deal, you’ll get $250 worth of photography services, either at the studio, at your place, or at an event. KateHaus will not only take the pictures, but can create slideshows and handle retouching in-house, making it a one-stop shop for all your photography needs. Just listen to what some of her clients have to say! Besides the spectacular photos that result from her work, clients just love to work with Hauschka, rewarding her with compliments like she “reads people’s comfort levels quickly” and “was open to alterations.” One blushing bride was so impressed with Hauschka that she said, “I’m only getting married once, or I’d have her do it again!”

Here's some info about pricing, just so you know what $250 actually gets you - or in this case, $75!

* $100/hr for events
* $250 for basic 1.5-hr photo session, including a high resolution disk of the processed photos and an online gallery from which to order the photos.
* $350 for for an advanced photo session which is the basic one but with advanced touch ups, which gives you magazine like photoshop processed photos.
* $1800 for weddings with add-ons available.

Needless to say, the moments captured by KateHaus Photography are images that will be treasured for a lifetime. So whether you need a new business headshot, family picture for those holiday cards, or want to have a fun time in your own fashion spread, schedule a date with Hauschka. And surely, if you’re getting married or need an event photographer, definitely give her a call and save with today's deal! She knows photography, and we know deals. Put them together for a savings of $150!