Kenya Wedding Photographers

If you choose one of our WPJA Kenya wedding photojournalists as your wedding photographer, please let them know you found them through the Wedding Photojournalist Association.

The WPJA at a glance: The Wedding Photojournalist Association puts the best Kenya wedding photographers at your fingertips, by granting membership only to the most talented professional wedding photographers in the world--photographers who focus solely on using their documentary photography skills to capture ‘the moments’ of your wedding day.

Sephi  Bergerson
350000 Indian Rupee

Sephi Bergerson

Jackny Parra, India

Sephi Bergerson is an award winning documentary and travel photographer with more than 25 years of experience. Sephi has recently been awarded one of the "10 Most Influential People in Photography" (2016), by Asian Photography Magazine.

Client Letters

Shoshanna & Fredrik

You did a fantastic job on capturing such beautiful images of a very memorable time in our lives; you handled the whole photo shoot on both days and all three functions with great professionalism and capability; we are so...

Monika and David

From initial contact through to the delivery of the images, our experience with you was outstanding. You were extremely professional and prompt in replying to our queries, as well as accommodating in various request we had. Over...

Nilesh & Ronita

Thanks for the Birthday wishes, and for the photo, great present! Just got back to the UK. it was a complete dream - first Incredible India, and then the Maldives! Such a pleasure to meet you, thank you for all you did for us....

WPJA Kenya Photographers will travel to:

Baragoi • Bungoma • Busia • Eldoret • Embu • Garissa • Hola • Homa Bay • Isiolo • Kajiado • Kakamega • Kapenguria • Kericho • Kiambu • Kilifi • Kisii • Kisumu • Kitale • Kitui • Limuru • Lodwar • Lokichokio • Loiyangalani • Lamu • Machakos • Malindi • Mandera • Maralal • Marsabit • Meru • Mombasa • Moyale • Mumias • Murang'a • Nairobi • Naivasha • Nakuru • Namanga • Nanyuki • Narok • Nyahururu • Nyeri • Ruiru • Thika • Voi • Wajir • Webuye • Wundanyi