Here For You, Your Moments and Your Dream Projects
Sojourner Society is a Brooklyn-based collective of creatives who believe that everyone deserves to be loved and has a story worth telling. We are passionate about souls and understanding how you, the client, relates to the world.
We consider ourselves historians. You bring yourself, your business, or your relationship before you come into our process. From there, we tell your story in a way that’s compelling, awesome, and truly you.
Whether you’re getting married or launching your greatest business adventure, we want to share our expertise and aid you in cultivating creativity.
Bethany was been obsessed with cameras at an early age. Before she could talk she would grab for her grandfather’s camera. She learned in the darkroom, and studied art photography with Joe Johnson. She is addicted to the sight of a raw moment and embraces the idea that we are here to facilitate a conversation that has already been started—between the two of you.
Her work has been featured in BRIDES, 100 Layer Cake, Bridal Musings, Ruffled Blog, Huffington Post, The New York Times, and Women’s Health.
Tarun Krishnan is a design technologist and illustrator hailing from Dallas and based in Brooklyn. He believes in creating works of art and design built through a process that involves promoting integrity through conversation, a personal relationship with an audience and a brand that extols the uniqueness in every great idea. (He also happens to be Bethany’s husband.)
Tarun has worked on website design projects for major national brands such as Nestlécafé and J. C. Penny. He also has experience across a variety of industries while building websites for Dallas Society of Visual Communications, Stagen and Sojourn Society.
Associate Photographer & Videographer
Katrina is a photo, video and performance artist living in New York. Having received her master's degree from International Center of Photography, she uses her documentary style of photography and video to capture people and places in a way that beautifully telling their unique and compelling stories.
Along with her individual accomplishments, Katrina has been a part of several award-winning documentary films that have been screened at major festivals across the U.S. including South by Southwest, Nashville Film Festival and the New Orleans Film Festival. Her work has been featured in various such as the New York Times, the Huffington Post, BuzzFeed, Entertainment Weekly, US Weekly, People en Español, Art in America and Art Forum.
Katrina is also part of the Nomadique, a Brooklyn-based multimedia collective of artists, photographers, journalists and musicians focused on facilitating cross-cultural communication, self expression and empowerment.
Make-up & Hair Artist
Sarah Patch is hands down Bethany's favorite makeup artist and hair stylist. She doesn't take a uniform approach, but instead listens to each persons needs in a way that captures their personality and look. That all starts with knowing the right questions to ask, followed by a work style characterized by excellence in technique, close attention to context and a holistic integration of storyboarding.
Originally self-taught, Sarah spent four years in Washington, D.C., where she worked with brides, politicians and various television and film personalities. In 2013, she moved to NYC to pursue further education and broaden her scope of career opportunities.In New York, she works as lead makeup artist in films, NYFW shows, commercials, TV shows, editorials and celebrity clients.
Videographer & Editor
Josiah started editing videos after he moved to New York City from Kansas City, and while he started video editing in the newsroom, he quickly realized that a calling to work in a more positive and creative environment. Josiah isn't just one of the speediest editors; he also takes into account each client's personality and needs. Josiah currently lives in Ecuador and edits remotely for Sojourner Society.
Josiah’s work has been featured in 100 Layer Cake, Ruffled Blog, The John Oliver Show, CNN and FOX News. He also happens to be Bethany’s little brother.
Chief Happiness (& Nuisance) Officer
Classicly trained in being relentlessly adorable, August "Oggy" Roo provides that crucial element that keeps the team together and in sync: puppy cuddles!