• Hello and welcome to my web presence! My name is Kate Miller and my passion is people photography. Living in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, portraits, kids, events and theatre productions have grabbed my interest in the past, as well pets.

    As well as photography I love to cook and to travel around Europe in my old VW camper, Charlie, and I share my home with Oscar and Lucinda, my British Shorthair cats.

    On this web site, you will be able to get a sense of the photos that I have taken on behalf of friends and sometimes just for myself. I hope you enjoy looking at them! (Client's photos are generally only available to the clients themselves).

    If you have any questions about the photos on this site, or any other photos of mine that you have seen or would like to see, please use the contact form to get in touch with me. You can also just call me directly on +49 179 1141777.

Herbstfest at Choppers

Today is a good day to bring your Harley along to Mainhatten Choppers in Frankfurt for an end of season celebration. You will be greeted in a friendly atmosphere, something to eat, plenty of petrolheads for conversation, and of course the chance to have your bike photographed.

See the gallery here: http://katemillerphoto.com/galleries/mainhatten-choppers-herbstfest-2017/



Suits you Sir!

The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride is an annual event to raise money for researching a cure for prostate cancer. But really it is a jolly good excuse to get dapper and ride around town on beautiful motorcycles. I joined the Frankfurt ride on Dandy Andy and had a great time, met some wonderful people, and together we have raised several thousand euros for a good cause. What’s not to like about that?

Here’s a selection of photos from the day, and there are more in the gallery.

The Magic of Light


Merry Christmas!!


Get to the point

I’m always intrigued at the way creatives can take perfectly normal everyday items and turn them into art. That was the case at this corporate event where thousands of pencils were mounted pointy-side out on a wall, and arranged so that they formed a 3D version of the company’s logo. I could ramble on about this for ages, but instead I will just get to the point…


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