Genevieve is a multi WPJA and an AG-WPJA award winning destination photographer dually based in Chicago and San Francisco. She learned the craft of film photography from the Christchuch Polytech school of photography in New Zealand, and followed it up with a year of graduate study from the world famous Brooks Institute of Photography. Assisting in the commercial and fashion world in Chicago, New York, and Los Angeles and eventually opening up her own studio, she blends a mixture of her varied backgrounds that can best be described as Fashion Forward Photojournalism With An Editorial Edge.
Her work is edgy, artistic, and emotional while retaining the classic flavor of true film photography, and her warm and personal approach to photographing one of the most important days of a couples life has made her one of the most sought after photographers in North America. Her work has been published in various publications world wide including Ceremony Magazine, Wedding Guide Chicago, Brides Magazine UK edition, The Knot, Style Me Pretty & Gay Weddings.com and was recently named one of the Top 50 Destination Photographers worldwide by Brides Magazine UK, and one of the Top 20 Wedding Photographers in Chicago by Bride Box.
Award Winning Photos
The Wedding Photojournalist Association proudly recognizes the accomplishments and creative excellence of Genevieve. The following awards have been earned by Genevieve from the WPJA. These achievements come with great merit considering the high level of competition that a member faces in the contests.
Wedding Photography Packages
Basic Wedding Day Coverage includes 7 hours of coverage with Genevieve and an associate photographer, a custom online gallery of all final edited images with admin privileges for the bride and groom hosted for 6 months, 100 custom announcement cards, all high resolution digital images delivered with wedding album or on your one year anniversary.
Get in touch for a custom quote for destination events or elopements, or to put a full package together.
<p>Everything described above.</p>