• 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.

Indian Cooking

It’s been a while since I attended a cooking course, and today it was southern Indian cooking. Mmmm, yummy:-)

Here are some pictures to make your mouth water a bit and make you wish you had been there to enjoy it with us. I’d like to thank everybody on the course for being such great company today, and a special thank you to Anjana for being a great teacher and making us all feel so welcome.

You can download the photos from the GALLERY.

Abigail Paul on Facebook - 14/08/2011 - 19:28

Gorgeous photos! They look like they are straight out of a food magazine.

Laura Rodewald on Facebook - 14/08/2011 - 21:49

Great photies Kate and what an amazing hand model!!

emma - 15/08/2011 - 10:35

That looks yum!! especially the bindis!!

ARTwalk Bockenheim

Bockenheim experienced its first ARTwalk on Friday evening. A unique blend of art, music, and café culture, the ARTwalk is sure to find a place in the hearts and calendars of all those who were there. I had a great time catching some of the action.

I’m really looking forward to the next one!

Japan v Sweden

Last night I watched Japan beat Sweden in the women’s football world cup semi final here in Frankfurt. It wasn’t actually the first football match I have been to see (the last time was when I saw Burnley play sometime in the late 1970s!) but it felt like a new experience to me.
I didn’t take many photos of the game itself because the action was all a bit far away, but I loved the way the people in the audience get involved and passionately support their team.
(p.s. in case you’re wondering how the dogs fit into this story, they were being cute with us on the train to the stadium!)

Eat, Drink, Read in Style

In the Sachsenhausen area of Frankfurt, there is a little café called Café-Bar Brücke that sells the most exquisite tarts and cakes to drink with your capuccino in a place with an eclectic style. You can stay later and get scrumalicious home-cooked meals, and they also do some delicious breakfast that I am determined to go back and try in the near future.

Just across the road is a good old-fashioned bookshop specialising in Krimis (as they are known in Germany). The Wendletreppe is even open to midnight once a month if you want to experience a truely artistic evening.

Last night, my friend celebrated her birthday in the café and I would like to share some of the photos. There are more photos of the celebrations in the GALLERY.

Such a cutie!

When my ex-colleague called by this week with her youngest son, I just couldn’t resist taking a couple of photos of him. He is just gorgeous and has blue eyes so deep you could swim in them.

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