About

wedding photography design

Based as a RI wedding photographer, Kristen also services Southern New England

I have loved photography for as long as I can remember. When I was a child, I would set up my Barbie dolls and photograph them as if they were my models.

photo of Kristen CreightonIt was an easy decision to major in photography in college because I was always so comfortable and confident with a camera in my hand.

After graduating from Rhode Island School of Design, I worked as an assistant to a successful Providence photographer. Soon after, I began my career as a Rhode Island wedding photographer.

I absolutely adore shooting weddings! I love to be part of this special day. I still get teary eyed when the bride walks down the aisle with her Dad. There is just so much emotion that I can capture with my craft.

One of the best compliments that I have ever received from a bride was that her guests did not know I was a hired photographer. They thought I was a friend of the family. I thought that was just so cool!

It is so important to like your wedding photographer because he or she is with you for the entire day and is truly a part of your wedding. I am always open to suggestions and ideas. I will work tirelessly with you to get you the photos that you desire.

In addition to weddings in Rhode Island and Massachusetts, I also photograph Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, special events and portraits. I have had the opportunity to photograph for Citizens Bank, Johnson and Wales University, Providence College, Brown University, Rhode Island Food Bank, Heritage Hills Nursing Center, Webster Bank and Greater Providence Chamber. My photographs have also been shown at RISD, Warwick Museum of Art and AS220.

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by Kristen Capaldi Creighton

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