About me


I am a documentary-style wedding photographer based in Cincinnati, OH, serving Ohio and Northern Kentucky. Capturing the essence and beauty of your special day is my passion, and I believe that the key to creating stunning photographs lies in understanding my clients on a personal level.

I am a dedicated photographer who specialize in capturing timeless and classic wedding moments. With years of experience and a deep love for my craft, I am committed to preserving the precious memories of your wedding day in a way that reflects your unique story and style.

My philosophy is rooted in the belief that each couple is extraordinary, and their love story deserves to be told authentically and elegantly. I take the time to truly get to know you as individuals and as a couple. I want to understand your vision, your personalities, and the emotions you want to convey through your wedding photographs.

To simplify, my editing style is s classic but modern, timeless but artistic, dramatic but authentic.

Thank you for taking the time to get to know me. I can't wait to learn more about you and the love story you wish to tell through our timeless and classic wedding photography. Let's create something beautiful together that will be cherished for a lifetime.



Signature work

Kinds Words

"Kasia was truly an integral part of our wedding day and working with her was one of the most special parts of our day. She is one of the most professional people I have worked with and highly talented in her art. She is patient, creative, kind, and works very efficiently and works very hard to make your vision for your special day a reality. Not only did she capture my wedding weekend to my exact vision and its several moving components, but she went above and beyond to capture some of the magical moments that often get missed during the hustle and bustle of the wedding day." - Shaina S.

"Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever… It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything."

—Aaron Siskind