I have always loved to be behind the camera. I started Natalee Susan Photography in high school, photographing my classmate’s senior portraits. I was also the photography editor for our high school yearbook my Junior and Senior year. I attended Randolph Community College for Photographic Technology with a concentration in Portrait Studio Management. After graduating […]

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Faith Senior Session


Children Couples Families High School Seniors Maternity Newborn

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contact: natalee honeycutt email: natalee@nataleesusanphotography.com phone: 704.431.2796

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Art Classes

Art Classes & Camps Natalee Susan Photography is offering a variety of summer art camps through the Cornelius Arts Center. If you are interested in enrolling in any camps visit the Cornelius Arts Center’s Website.

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Latest Posts


Easter Crafts

March 12, 2016 | No Comments

I love my job… both of them! Photography is my passion, but so is teaching. I work at the Cornelius Arts Center as an assistant, helping plan the arts education programs, as well as marketing and teaching for the Center. One of my favorite tasks is planning the arts and crafts that we will provide […]

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Spring Sessions

March 6, 2016 | No Comments

easter is almost here! it’s time to schedule a spring session for your sweet little bunny. call 704.431.2796 or email natalee@nataleesusanphotography.com for more information.    

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Teaching Intro to Digital Photography

February 23, 2016 | No Comments

I love teaching Intro to Digital Photography at the Center. It is the best feeling having students come in not knowing anything about their camera or photography, and once they leave they are so confident. Most travel often and want to take better images on vacation, or have families and want to take better images […]

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Taylor & Emily


February 22, 2016 | No Comments

I had the opportunity to work with a very talented up and coming photographer. She is a student at Pine Lake Prep and is a member of the yearbook team. In high school I was the photography editor my junior and senior year. It was in those two years that I realized what I wanted […]

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