I’m Christine Anderson the owner and primary photographer for Cast Iron Photography.

I started fiddling around with photography when I was young.  My love continued through my childhood and into school.  In school, I found that the more I photographed, the more I was hooked.  I have been working intensively as a photographer in one role or another ever since that time.

I regard photography as an art and a privilege.   I am honored to be trusted with the documentation of life, mine and yours.  My photography has a simple, yet whimsical style of communication.  I enjoy photographing people because I often end up laughing so hard I can’t breathe, and I always leave a shoot with a smile on my face.

Though we always have fun, I take my job seriously.  Photography is about documenting a fleeting moment and holding onto it.

I studied art at The Delphian School where I learned that the world holds endless opportunities that I must only grasp to take advantage of. I then studied at the New York Institute of Photography, where I learned that photography has many technical and challenging aspects that I still can’t get enough of.

Afterwards, I studied Photography and Classical Art at the Aegean Center for the Fine Arts in Greece and Italy, where I discovered that there is beauty in everything if you look hard enough; some people have endless beauty and I have the ability to create beauty though it sometimes comes with blood, sweat and tears.  My experience in Europe left an indelible impression on me as an artist and a person.

I occasionally put together fine art displays of my darkroom work, but the majority of my photography is portraiture.

I’ve been photographing weddings and families since 2002.  I now have hundreds of weddings and photo sessions under my belt.  Feel free to browse through my sample photographs and give me a call to book your next session or event.