Wedding Photographers of Canada, North America
Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Manitoba, British Columbia, Prince Edward Island, Saskatchewan, Alberta, Newfoundland and Labrador
The WPJA is the best place to find a Canadian wedding photographer to make meaningful, documentary photographs of real moments. A professional who can make your family and guests feel at ease is also a must. Meet the accredited photographers of the Canada Wedding Photojournalist Association.
Map of Wedding Photojournalists Serving Canada Couples
41 Documentary Wedding Photographers...
I am a wedding photographer based in Toronto, I record marriage moments from a special “Cafa” angle, and create love memories with passion. I am not a story-maker, but a story-teller, telling the love stories in an artistically way. I provide service beyond Toronto area. Photography is much more than a job for me. The camera helps me meet amazing couples in the world, I love it… [Toronto Wedding Photographer]
I’m a Vancouver-based photographer, light-chaser, and hockey mom to 2 energetic boys who love to get up before the sun does. I want to photograph what's real. Real stories, real relationships and real personalities - the perfectly imperfection of it all. I photograph in a documentary style and I can really credit that to my kids. ha! When my oldest was a baby and I was still learning how to take an actual photo, I realized around the time when he was 6 months old that I was photographing all these set up moments and that really wasn't what our life was like during that time. As chaotic and messy as it was with a newborn baby at home and 2 very sleep deprived parents, it was also beautiful in it's own way. It might sound crazy, but it was that beautiful and chaotic mess that I wanted to remember. The realness of life and the love. So I started just simply documenting. I also hated the idea of constantly having to tell them to do this or do that and my husband was also defiantly not into posing for photos. It just seemed the natural way to go. And now looking back at those photos, I LOVE them and what they represent and the memories they bring up. A lot of that 'why I shoot this way' has carried over to my family & wedding work (and of course birth, which really can't be anything but documentary). I LOVE watching how families interact and documenting those relationships. As humans, we're so complex and our lives our intertwined in so many intricate ways, especially in families. Trying to show that in photographs, that THIS here is your family is challenging and rewarding. And the same for weddings but on a bigger scale. The relationship between the couple of course, but also with everyone else attending - their siblings, and parents, and grandparents. Capturing a person's personality (especially when they think no one is looking or have forgotten about the camera) - who they are and their relationship with those closest to them is always something I'm thinking of when I'm shooting. What you end up with is this very honest record of the day- whether that be a wedding day or a 'day in your life' family session. [British Columbia Wedding Photographer]
If you told me ten years ago that I'd be a wedding photographer today, I would have drawn a blank face. You see, ten years ago, I was knee-deep in academia. I was a researcher, studying parenting. I was having babies (three). I was moving from Toronto to Kingston then to the Netherlands to pursue said studies... All my life I've loved to draw, to write fiction, and to make music. But I tried to put those things aside when I turned 18 because it was the 'sensible' thing to do. I got a BSc and an MSc and a PhD. With every extra letter, my soul died a little bit more. That all changed in late 2015 when I photographed my friend's baby being born. For money. The same amount of money I had to pay the university monthly just so I could use their crappy little office space and feel alone. It was the birth of an idea. Five years later, I'm happily knee-deep in photography (sometimes literally wading through water or mud to do the stuff I do). My kids are older now, which means I can take more time away from home, to develop my career, attend workshops, retreats, and faraway weddings. Without trying to be cliche, wedding photography energizes me. I look forward to Saturdays and Sundays because I know that I'll be dead the next day, but in a good way. Because I give it my ALL. I relish the 'wedding hangover'. Crazy? I dunno. I take inspiration in photography, not from other wedding photographers. While there are a lot of brilliant photographers in this field, it's also full of trends and fads. It's nothing I want to be involved in. My favourite photographers of all time include Storm Thorgerson, Max Pinckers, Alain Laboile, Richard Billingham, and Elinor Carucci (whom I've been mentored by). Next year, I hope to be mentored by David Allan Harvey, who is another idol of mine. I believe that all people are beautiful and have become a sap in my older years (I'm 38). Maybe I've always been a sap. I get super emo while photographing weddings, and not always at the parts that you might expect. I love to see families rallying around the couple, helping them, sharing tenderness and love. This is why I love to photograph the getting ready & the dance party. I feel people are at their most genuine and care-free state during those parts of the day. [Kingston Wedding Photographer]
Esther Gibbons is a wedding, event and portrait photographer based in Montreal, Quebec. Her photography is natural and authentic, with a focus on documenting real moments between people. She works tirelessly and has terrific timing to catch people at their best. Her down-to-earth, friendly approach puts couples at ease and helps create natural portraits. She began shooting weddings in 2009, while studying photography at Concordia University. Since then, she has photographed weddings of all types, from intimate family getaways in the Quebec countryside, to huge celebrations at Montreal’s largest wedding venues. She especially loves being able to witness each wedding day from behind-the-scenes and having privileged access to tell each couple’s story. Thanks to Montreal’s multicultural character, she is also lucky to photograph weddings from a diverse range of cultures. [Montreal Wedding Photographer]
Our photography began in nature where we captured award winning photos of the natural environment but we were drawn to people and capturing the richness of their emotions in photos that will last forever. We use different lenses and angles to create unique compositions. We have worked with many couples throughout Edmonton and the Rocky Mountains and continue to love every minute of what we do. [Edmonton Wedding Photographer]
My name is Lori-Anne and I photograph all matters of the heart. I've had a few creative jobs in my life including knitwear designer, animator, and media developer; however, the job that has given me more inspiration, artistic satisfaction and joy is that of a wedding photojournalist. For the past 3 years, I have been documenting weddings - something I consider an honour and a privilege. I discovered my love of photography in college where I learned the fundamentals of film using an old 35mm Canon T50 and then practiced my new-found knowledge on the streets of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada where I grew up. I continued my education years later studying and graduating with honours in digital photography and digital media. I'm so grateful that I am able to apply my knowledge and skills to make people happy. For me, that is what it is all about! - Lori-Anne [Kitchener Wedding Photographer]
A fashion and commercial photographer by profession, Kathi brings a unique and modern approach to wedding photography. Her fresh, original style perfectly captures the beauty of the day, the individual personality of the bride, groom and guests, and the spirit of the celebration. Her personable manner and unobtrusive shooting style puts guests at ease and helps turn the photographic experience from a chore into a joyful experience and integral element of the wedding celebration. [Ottawa Wedding Photographer]
My career as a working photographer began when I was a journalist. It often occurred that I would abandon the pen in favour of the camera, in order to adequately express my need to tell stories through images. In fact, this approach led me to focus on the subject of photo reporting as I completed specialized studies in photojournalism. Avant Garde Studio came into existence as a natural result of my learning process. I love doing weddings. I love working with couples in love!!!! I actually feel very privileged to capture all those precious moments during a wedding day, while enjoying the freedom of expression and creativity that I experience through photography. [Montreal Wedding Photographer]
I am an award-winning professional photographer living in Nelson BC, but I’m happy to go pretty much anywhere an adventure will take me... so thank you for considering my perspective for your wedding photography. I focus on the genuine, emotional interactions and reactions between you, your family and your friends. My approach is candid and unconventional, so I can document for you the natural moments that will become your memories. While I'm adept at posing, my work celebrates the realness of you. Thus, I spend the day illustrating how others feel about you, how you feel about them, all through candid documentation of every element of your day. I've been documenting weddings and relationships for ten years, covering over 200 ceremonies, and I can honestly say each one makes me ever more curious about humans and how we love each other. Thus, when I photograph your wedding, I'm drawn to illustrate your relationships. My goal is to leave each wedding having understood why each of your guests is there, and to have captured what makes your relationship yours. [British Columbia Wedding Photographer]
As a well-traveled events photographer, I have a special interest in multicultural and destination weddings. My work has taken me around the world to cover celebrations in the Middle East, Africa, and South Asia as well as South of France. My promise, as your wedding photographer, is to capture timeless images with a personal touch. While working in a discreet manner, I define my photography style as creative documentary, seeking out that extra touch of authenticity and raw emotions. It's important to me that each of my photographs have that "organic" feeling. From high profile events to intimate and traditional ceremonies, people remain my focus, as I am always looking for the most spontaneous moments. You will cherish memories of a lifetime! Also freelancing for NGOs and International Media. Publications include: Le Monde, The New York Times, Al Jazeera, PDN, Internazionale, Burn Magazine, VSD [Toronto Wedding Photographer]
I live in Ontario, my heart is in Maui and photography takes me everywhere. I love strong coffee, pale beer and live music. I’m happiest when sharing any or all of those things with a good friend. If I had it my way, I’d sleep in a hammock and swim in the ocean everyday. In a perfect world, I’d always be barefoot. Most people laugh when they hear my full name, so don’t feel bad. I try and treat my clients more like friends, and in the end, they often are. [Toronto Wedding Photographer]
My passion for photography began at an early age and grew in the darkroom of my high school. I began shooting weddings as an assistant/ second photographer and took the leap into my own business more than a decade ago. My enthusiasm for wedding photography stems from an interest in connections, whether between the couple, family or friends (the family we choose), and a desire to work with people. I enjoy the excitement, mirth, and frenzy of the wedding day itself and love the chance to create joyful, creative, emotive or unexpected images for my couples. My other passions include hiking with my dog, running and enjoying the outdoors. Or on lazy days a good book with a cup of tea. [Edmonton Wedding Photographer]
Emma Rose has had a life-long desire to capture the beauty in people, their surroundings and their emotions. What started as an exploration of all different types of artistic medium, including watercolour, acrylics, charcoal and pastel, turned to a more immediate capturing of people on photographic film in about 1997. Emma started photographing weddings in 1999 in Vancouver, and was immediately drawn to them as a venue for capturing people at their best and at a turning point in their lives. When she moved back to Halifax in 2002 she started what may have been the first photojournalistic wedding photography business in the city and quickly carved a niche amongst more traditional portrait photographers. When clients cried while looking at their wedding photographs, Emma knew there was something special in the way she captured weddings, and that continues to give her the energy to push the limits of creativity at each wedding. With just one photography and darkroom course under her belt and a handful of art classes, Emma is primarily self-taught in composition, technical elements and lighting with years of studying and appreciating all types of art. [Nova Scotia Wedding Photographer]
Karri North grew up in the rural routes of the Niagara Region, and now resides with her two children in downtown Toronto. As most of her family still dwells in Niagara, she has the pleasure of being able to work in the country as well as in the city---something that she feels keeps her ideas diverse. Her interest in photography began as a preteen and has grown into the central passion of her adult life. Karri has taken her camera throughout Canada and the United States, to Asia, India and Europe; and in doing so, has compiled a significant body of travel photography and personal work. She began shooting wedding photographs in 1998, and found that her subjects were highly receptive to her photojournalistic, or ‘candid’ style. While wedding photography remains her core line of work, Karri will always be exploring alternate avenues in the photographic field, be they personal or collabrative, artistic or commercial. She is ever interested in rising to new challenges to meet her clients standards, and her own personal vision. [Toronto Wedding Photographer]
I sometimes joke that I'm a full time stay at home dad and a part time photographer, but that's actually probably pretty accurate. My world revolves around my wife and our 4 kids. Family is everything to me and I try to show that in my wedding photography. I'm probably one of the few photographers who actually enjoys taking the family formals since I know how important those pictures will be in years to come. I wasn't the kid who got a camera at age 5 or shot for the school newspaper. But I've made up for it by studying at some of the best photography workshops in the world. And something in those workshops must have clicked since my images have won numerous awards and I've been published in magazines like Wedding Bells. [Toronto Wedding Photographer]
Hi! I am a wedding photographer based in Kelowna, in the gorgeous Okanagan Valley of Canada. I've been photographing weddings professionally since 2010. I love learning about people - their personalities, relationships, values, dreams and unique journey - then capturing this in my photography, creating dynamic story telling imagery. I'm always thinking of where that photo will be in 50 years, who it might impact and how the viewer will connect emotionally with my work. I now photograph between 25-30 weddings a year with my husband Andy. Together we are able to accomplish some pretty incredible things, and have poured our hearts into constant growth and the mastery of light. I constantly strive to take my work to the next level, using the highest quality cameras, lenses and strobe lighting to compose beautiful works of art that captivate people's imaginations and senses. As long as I can remember I've been creating, working hard, and dreaming big. I love to construct, creating extraordinary out of the everyday. Most of all I love to connect with individuals, encouraging or inspiring them in some way with every encounter. I bring all these skills to our photography business. They have laid a firm foundation for all that I do as a professional photographer. My photographs have been featured in numerous print and online magazines and blogs. As Jessica and Andy Studios grows I hope to positively impact my community and the lives of my family and others, as a direct byproduct of our work. It is an incredible honor to document each wedding and to produce images that will become my client's most precious heirlooms. As a wife and a mother to 3 beautiful kids, I know how priceless great photos are. They are a valuable investment worth far more than gold. I would love to be your photographer! [Kelowna Wedding Photographer]
I wandered in to photography while travelling with a few different bands playing drums after I graduated from college. With so much time during the day I found myself wandering the streets of whatever city i was in looking for something to do. I picked up a camera on a whim and realized how awesome it was to be able to remember times and places long after they’d passed. When my dreams of rockstardom fizzled I came home for good and began working for a couple of other (award winning) photographers as their assistant and 2nd shooter. Working with, and learning from, some amazing wedding photojournalists was great experience before venturing out on my own. [Kingston Wedding Photographer]
Anthony is Frame of Mind and all things pre- and post-production. He got his start in digital media production after graduating from Seneca College in 1998. Often referred to in the business as a triple threat, he has developed a creative and innovative eye for photography, video production, and video editing since he has made professions of all three throughout the years. In 2007 he launched Frame of Mind, a wedding photography, and cinema business which continues to operate today. [Toronto Wedding Photographer]
I have been a professional photographer for most of my adult life. I have been photographing family and children for over 25 years. I recently gave up an aviation career to devote all my time to my passion of photography. I have been photographing weddings for 20 years. [Ontario Wedding Photographer]
Robert is a Toronto based award winning wedding photographer. Coming from a background in film and television, Rob is known to incorporate his experience in the industry into his photography, creating what is often described as his dynamic, cinematic style. [Toronto Wedding Photographer]
Based in Ottawa, Ontario, Colleen Anne Johnson creates wedding photos that convey emotion and capture the moments between the couple and with their family and friends on the wedding day. While her focus is primarily on reportage, Colleen also supports these images with natural portraits and thoughtful images of wedding details. Her quiet and calm demeanour help put her clients at ease during their big day. She approaches each wedding with a profound respect for the cultural traditions both new and old that are a part of this special day as well as for the emotional significance the event holds not just for the couple but for all the family and guests in attendance. Colleen Anne Johnson is the lead photographer and owner of Colleen Anne Photography. She began photographing weddings professionally in 2005 and is an active member of the Wedding Photojournalist Association. Her photographs have been published in the Globe and Mail, BeerAdvocate magazine, and in Photo Life Magazine. Her wedding work has been featured on Offbeat Bride. Colleen's artwork has been exhibited at the Canada Council Art Bank; The G2 Gallery in Venice, California; the Canadian Museum of Civilization and Ottawa City Hall. Colleen studied black and white fine art photography at the Ottawa School of Art and, in 2005, she earned a Photography Diploma from Algonquin College, graduating with honours. Colleen has also earned an Honours Bachelor's degree in Sociology from Carleton University, where she studied art history and film, which continue to inform her photographic works today. [Ottawa Wedding Photographer]
Photography, for me, is my passion and I believe my pictures are moments in time that I have been able to capture and each of those moments is able to tell us a story. It is those first ten minutes I spend with my clients that are the most important ones - its the beginning of understanding each other and making that short journey together.... an opportunity for me to give them their story in my words. With no formal training in photography, I have left no stone unturned to learn from any knowledgeable source I can - I have put in long hours to understand the finer technical aspects of this art, experimented and honed my skills over the years. What started as a short two-hour maternity shoot in a snowstorm has now become 5 years of extensive experience of shooting more than a hundred weddings - most of them in Canada and India. As a full-time professional photographer, I specialize in portrait & wedding photography - also do events, if time permits. On the parallel, I also love to paint - mostly abstracts in acrylics...my work was recently chosen in the 8 best emerging artists in Toronto by the prestigious Elaine Fleck Gallery. [Markham Wedding Photographer]
I’ve had a camera in my hand since I can remember. On family vacations each of us had a camera and would come back with several rolls of film. It was great to see different perspectives of the same place. My photos became more refined throughout my childhood as I graduated to my stepdad’s Minolta film SLR. As a teenager and self professed “scene-kid” my interests turned to boys, music and books so my photos changed as well. I would deck myself out in black eyeliner weekly to shoot photographs of my favorite musicians. Bands are still one of my favorite photo subjects by the way, so be prepared if you get me started talking about them. In college I dedicated myself to photography professionally with a degree in photojournalism, then found my calling with a wedding studio at 19. I’ve since been published in Paste and XLR8R print magazines as well as Billboard Online, Tahoe Unveiled, Borrowed and Blue, The Knot, and Wedding Wire Blogs. On a more personal note, I’m a former Michigander who has called north Lake Tahoe her home since October 2011. I still miss Michigan beer (the best in the world, don’t argue), cherries, pasties (savory meat pies found in the UP) and warm nights but I couldn’t imagine living anywhere but Tahoe. I’m fascinated by all the quirky, wild, backwoods parts of America and I’m only missing four states on my quest to 50; Oklahoma, New Mexico, Maine and Alaska. I love all things outdoors. I hike or mountain bike almost every day with my Irish Wolfhound/Greyhound mix, Lindy and my big crazy Great Dane Captain. I also love to ski (badly), SUP and kayak, and volunteer with Achieve Tahoe. When I’m not shooting, sleeping or eating popcorn, I’m probably with my husband of almost one year, Keegan! [Lake Tahoe Wedding Photographer]
Chris has had a great love for art since he was a young boy. At age of 15, he earned his first second-hand camera from his father. Since then, he was always “the photographer” among his friends and family. He finally turned this passion into his profession in 2007. Wedding is one of the events Chris loves to shoot. He believes it is one of the most beautiful and joyful event in life, and he understands how every moment, from engagement to the end of the wedding day, means to the couples and their families. Through his artistic eyes and un-obstructive approach, Chris documents these precious moments into elegant, story-telling photographic images that the couples can cherish. Chris is a destination wedding photographer based in San Francisco, California. [San Francisco Wedding Photographer]
Ten years in computer science and one burn-out later...I decided to travel for one year around the world. We are in 2012 and I buy my first camera. Ma passion for photography is born. In 2014, the best friend of my father invited me and my camera to his wedding. A BIG revelation to me, observation, instinct, moment, story... I love stories, I love moments, I love people, I love travel. I'm French, working in Nancy, and worldwide. I'm 35 with 2 wonderful little boys :) [Vosges Wedding Photographer]
Happy, vibrant, emotional, family-oriented, fun, are some of the words my clients use to describe my work. I was always creatively inclined, but after an MBA from the USA and a few years in marketing, is when I stumbled upon my passion to freeze stories through my camera. Four + years later and there has been no looking back :) I want you to be able to look back at your wedding pictures and remember the exact emotions you felt on that day. So my pictures are as natural and candid as possible and try to capture your personality and the moment in the most organic manner. With attention to detail and storytelling, my focus always remains on capturing timeless memories in an authentic, elegant and unobtrusive way. Based in Mumbai, I am always excited to travel across India and worldwide to capture “moments of love”. [Mumbai Wedding Photographer]
I believe that, your wedding photographs should show more than how beautiful you look at your wedding. They should remind you what you live and feel on that day. My mission on each wedding is; - to produce meaningful, evocative photographs that focus on the precious moments - to help your future self remember the true story of your wedding, and possibly tell it to your generations - to make you feel, when you look at the photographs, like you are there and then again With that mission in mind, I have been photographing weddings since 2006. I am usually the closest person to the couple through their wedding day, yet I manage to stay unobtrusive, leading them only when they require me to. Most of my couples seem to forget about my presence as the day unfolds, which yields to those unexpected, relaxed, "in-the-moment" images. Currently I live in Istanbul with my wife, and my son who, after all these years, helped me realize why I love photographing weddings; it is because I am creating images for my couples that they and their grandkids will not just love to look at, but will also find touching and meaningful, even after many years. [Istanbul Wedding Photographer]
Graduated from one of the most renowned universities in Australia, University of Melbourne, Nam Le didn’t follow the career of business as his chosen major but changed the direction to photography because he realized his life cannot be fulfilled without photos. Among various kinds of photography, Nam Le chose to learn about wedding photography since he found the meaning of capturing spontaneous moments that just happen once in life. Especially, storytelling or documenting is the most interesting style that Nam Le pursues. Those styles are kind of challenging with most photographers because they have to capture every action containing full of feelings and emotions that past so quickly and just the skillful photographer can catch it. In Nam Le’s point of view, wedding photo is not just to keep the nicest poses of bride and groom but to save every activity of family and friends, to record all the happy or touching moments, to capture all the weird and funny things that happen during the wedding party. Nam Le believes those things just come as quick as lightning but they’re valuable and precious through the time. Let ‘s think about how exciting our children will be when looking at our wedding photos and imagining exactly what did happen with their parents in the past, how were their parents used to, what emotions did their parents experience. Audi advertisement once said: “ALL CONDITIONS ARE PERFECT CONDITIONS”. This is also the photographing direction that I will follow in the whole career as a professional photographer must adapt with every condition of weather, location or venue even thought with him, that place, that customer is totally unfamiliar. I have a dream of becoming a destination wedding photographer who travels around the world. I also want to leave a message to my beloved clients: “Don’t worry about unexpected things that would happen at your wedding, don’t be afraid of being captured unprepared context. Because what should happen, will happen. Welcome them with all your heart and recklessness, a miracle will show off and give you the best memories.” [Ho Chi Minh Wedding Photographer]
Hi, I'm Tanya! I'm a Los Angeles and destination wedding photographer based out of Santa Monica. I live for documenting real moments and real couples. I have nearly a decade of experience photographing weddings, but a lifetime of passion for photography, especially photojournalism. I grew up being inspired by National Geographic magazines and wedding photographers' work whose style incorporated story-telling elements. As a photographer, I try to think outside of the box to create images that are unique, compelling and celebrate life. [Los Angeles Wedding Photographer]
Sunny is a seasoned professional, holding an experience of covering over 200+ destination weddings in and around the country. Being trained under the best international wedding photographer’s in the world, Sunny makes sure no moment goes unnoticed on your wedding day. His style is a mix of candid, lifestyle, documentary and story-telling. He has also been a part of a few celebrity weddings in the past. Being based in Mumbai and Goa, he extends his services for wedding photography across the globe. [Mumbai Wedding Photographer]
Beaux-Arts training with specialty academic drawing, my artistic approach, whatever the field, has always been in curiosity and meeting. After many professional years as a freelance graphic artist-photographer for the cultural and institutional sector, a couple confidently entrusted me to shoot their wedding, and it is after this union that the real click for the wedding photography is born! Weddings offer me an immense possibility of creation, everything is movement, everything is about to tell a story and to capture the moment that will not happen again. It's a photography of shared emotions, authentic moments and that's what I've always been looking for ... Professional since 2009, the conception of my work and the human dimension of weddings, led me to specialize in the photography of this unique event. [Drôme Wedding Photographer]
Leah Moyers is a traveling wedding photographer with a fine arts background located in East Tennessee. Her style is unobtrusive, candid, and thoughtfully captured. She creates relationships with clients that allow her to capture them authentically and truly enjoys producing beautiful and unique work. [Knoxville Wedding Photographer]
Since I can remember, I've always been fascinated by old photographs. Photographs are the only thing that allows us to travel back in time and relive moments that will never be repeated. That and my obsession for rom-com's like The Wedding Planner, The Wedding Singer, My Best Friend's Wedding (and the list goes on and on) should've been signs that I was to eventually become a wedding photographer. At the age of 20, I purchased my very first film camera. At the time, learning how to use a camera didn't matter much to me. What mattered the most was documenting all of the important events in my life. The desire to learn photography came when I purchased my first digital camera. I learned the basics of photography thru photo communities and countless hours of online tutorials. Eventually, I took workshops with photographers whose work I admired the most. Being able to shoot side by side and learning from one of my favorite photographers, made me appreciate photography so much more. He taught me the art of telling a story and provoking emotions in my images. Going from being a secretary to a wedding photographer for now almost 12 years was one of the best decisions I've ever made. I've had the opportunity to meet and photograph hundreds of amazing couples, some who have become personal friends and I've traveled to beautiful destinations! But the best thing about being a wedding photographer is the satisfaction to see my clients shed joyful tears when they see their images for the first time. Being able to give them something they can look back on in the future to reminisce and to share with their children is priceless. When I'm not behind a camera, I'm spending time with my husband, family and friends, and my fur baby Wilson. I'm always looking for the next Country music festival or concert...can't get enough of it! But I do enjoy all sorts of music genres. I guess you can say I'm somewhat of a hopeless romantic at heart. [Los Angeles Wedding Photographer]
Ron Storer is an Award Winning Photojournalist with the WPJA and the AG|WPJA. Ron is based out of the Northwest area and is available for local as well as destination weddings. Ron Storer has been married to his wonderful friend, Neesie, for nearly the past 29 years and they have two amazing boys; Grant and Torey. 15 years ago, Ron Storer worked on a freelance basis with non-profit Organizations doing relief work around the globe. Now on occasion Ron still assists NPO's when possible and as his schedule allows. What motivates Ron is the passion of the moment. Ron believes that every wedding has incredible priceless moments and he works hard to capture and preserve them for each couple. His typical clientele is someone who wants their wedding memories captured in a unique and special way. His clientele also tend to be artistic and relational as many of his clients have become dear friends. Besides receiving awards here at the WPJA, Ron Storer has also received numerous awards at the AG|WPJA and was listed in 2016 as the Top American in the AG|WPJA. Prior to his photography career, Ron Storer raced on the US Cycling Team earning a Gold Medal in the Pan-Am Games and a Silver Medal in the Olympic Trials. [Seattle Wedding Photographer]
Johnleegraphy is found in 2009, and over the past 9 years I specialize in wedding photography with a distinctive photojournalistic style in Hong Kong. My many satisfied clients testify that my style is all about capturing the right moment with the right perspective at the right place. In 2013 I became a destination wedding photographer going around the world for 6 countries. I am passionate about wedding photography because it focuses on the natural joy and happiness of the event. The beaming brides are usually enchanting while grooms are the most charming on that special day. Apart from the couple, I also like to capture different expressions from guests and easily-missed details on the day that make it special. To know more about my style and service, my past clients would show you from their client letter. Visit my website to see more client's letter and get to know more about me. [Hong Kong Wedding Photographer]
My big foray into professional photography began with moving to the US from Malaysia with my husband in 2006 and our two kids. Having worked as a reporter and eventually an editor for 12 years in the business and tech industry, I didn't want to go back to the publishing world since I was going to be a stay-at-home mom. With my training in event and product photography as well as story-telling, I started with some family portraiture and eventually moved into weddings. I discovered that it contained the same energy as journalism and the flexible schedule was ideal for our situation. A decade later, I still feel the same energy and love for weddings and portraits. The drama, the celebration, the big production for just one day - it's a great gig. If you vibe with my work, I'd love to chat more! [Seattle Wedding Photographer]
From entrancing Hollywood stars and celestial beauty queens to awe-inspiring super cars, from the over-the-top extravagance of Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas to grand weddings in New York City – the photographic odyssey of Gihan De Silva has captured it all. Gihan’s odyssey which began on that fateful moment when as a young man he was enthralled by his father’s venerable Hasselblad camera has unfolded into a jet-setting lifestyle which very well could itself be the stuff of silver screen fantasy. But of course, though firmly ensconced at the starry zenith of his art, Gihan De Silva has not forgotten his roots. As the heir to Olga Studios which has a heritage of over 75 years in Sri-Lankan photography, Gihan has turned the gaze of his photography homewards with hope of imparting in the local photographic scene some of his hard-won lessons from Hollywood. In 2008, Gihan embarked on journey which – sans exaggeration – was entirely uncharted territory for a Sri-Lankan photographer – he moved to Hollywood, California. To make it in Hollywood, the centre of the entertainment universe, is for a photographer perhaps the ultimate litmus test of their abilities. This is precisely what Gihan did, and the testimony of this is to be found in the Hollywood stars and brands he has worked with. The most special day of your life deserves more from its photographs than the drab acknowledgement that you and your spouse were merely there. It deserves from them a celebration of the culmination of your love for each other through every shot and a crystallization of the joy & promise of that moment that will remain timeless. This is the promise of Gihan De Silva photography, that yours will not be just another formulaic album to prove that you had a wedding but rather that every once in a while when you open your wedding album, the memories of that day will come poignantly flooding back. To this end, Gihan – exemplifying his commitment to the utilization of new technology – has been at the vanguard of the use of both the 4D camera which lends dramatic effect to the backgrounds of pictures and a wedding album with a front page featuring a video screen to complement the still photos inside. Of course, as with all of Gihan’s work you can expect that his wedding photography too has been enriched by the cosmopolitanism of his photographic odyssey, and indeed true to form Gihan has shot weddings in locations as diverse from each other as Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Washington DC, Texas, Florida, Sydney, Sri-Lanka & India. [Sri Lanka Wedding Photographer]
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Mike has been working as a documentary photographer since his university days as the University Press Photo Editor, He has had a Leica in his hand since he first discovered photography at the age of 12. Prior to shooting weddings, Mike split his...
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Thank you for creating such a precious memory for our wedding. It was when I searched on the internet for just the perfect photographer for our wedding that I came upon your website. Your work is truly inspiring, your pictures are full of warmth and you are able to capture all those touching and meaningful moments. With you, we were certain that our wedding pictures are in good hands and we looked forward to a warm and God-loving wedding. Recalling the discussions before the wedding, your replies were always quick and passionate. You asked for our wedding details and our input on ideas gave us confident that you were serious in your work. Meanwhile we expressed to you that we hope to capture a lot of happy and cheerful moments, not necessary of ourselves but also of our guests. Now with the photos in our hands, we cannot help but laugh out loud as we go through the pictures in delight. We were wondering what was exactly happening during the time you caught the picture of people laughing so hard. We are sharing all these lovely pictures with our family and friends and everyone is so touched and pleased with them. Of course, you made us look so beautiful in these photos as we never thought we could be so photogenic! Our parents are also praising with laughter, "They are so stunning!". We really want to give a big thank you for the work you have done on our special day. Thank you Lord we met such an upbeat and passionate photographer who is able to grasp precious moments and is thoughtful of the bride and groom. We also appreciate your two assistants for their help. Wish you all the best and hope you can continue taking more sweet photos for the newly weds.
It’s been almost a year since our big day Wow. So much happiness, affection, and emotion flow back to me whenever I see our wedding pictures. I could feel my hubby’s speechless joy and also his little bit awkwardness in every single picture. And omg I looked stunningly happily gorgeous lol. Thank you for catching and taking those precious moments of joy and love into your lenses. Love your detail-orientation and dedication. Hope to have both of you again in our ceremony in a church in the future.
Thank you so much for all of your hard work on our beautiful wedding photos. There are no words to express our gratitude for capturing some of the most important moments of our lives. Our wedding & engagement photos are an absolute treasure that we will savor and cherish forever. When we share our album with friends, they rave about how unique it is and that they’ve never seen anything like it. I have to agree it is amazing and a delight to flip through - it just seems to bring us right back to June 7, 2008 - a day that we hold very close to our hearts.
Mike and I finally got through all the pictures last night, and I can tell you that we had such a good time going over all of the happy moments (we had quite a few big laughs as well!). You did a fantastic job and we really cannot thank you enough. We were truly thrilled with the results and couldn't have asked for better people with whom to share our day.
Back in the Netherlands now after a relaxing week at the beach. I just wanted to write a short note to say thanks for the support and low-key interaction last Sunday (particularly during the preparations and family photos!) which definitely added to my enjoyment and fun for the day! Also for the tip on holding the flowers :-)
I just teared up watching this. The slideshow is perfect. The song, the mood... it’s all perfect. Thank you so much for everything. We adore the photo albums and all the wonderful photos. It means so much to us, and you’ll help us cherish those memories forever. Thanks again for everything. Yer the best! A gem, truly.
Hello John, Thank you for capturing our special moment in both our banquet in Penang and Hong Kong. You managed to snap all our precious moments and your photos truly touched our hearts. You managed to capture all details and looking at our photos truly brings us back to our wonderful wedding again. Your light heartedness made the wedding fun and enjoyable yet all shots taken were professional and artistic. Even showing our photos to those that did not attend our wedding, they could clearly see the romance, joy and fun. A lot of people in Penang have asked for your contact details But unfortunately you are in Hong Kong! You managed very well as a single photographer in our Penang wedding, not easy for a big banquet.
Thank you soooooooo much!!! For the record, I hate having my photo taken, but you made me (and all of our wedding guests) feel very comfortable. As we share photos with friends and family, the positive feedback from how FANTASTIC the images are is overwhelming. Everyone agreed that we hired a personable, professional photographer - our only regret was that you couldn't stay and party with us! Your passion for your work is obvious in the quality. I will, and have, recommend you to anyone in need of a photographer.
I must say again, that I love what you've done to capture the memories of our special day. Matt and I both really appreciate how you've expressed our personalities so accurately with your shots and the candid yet flattering moments you captured. You have a gift and your genuine interest in us only made the photos that much better! Thanks again!