Yes, it is a literal, custom road trip for fun and adventurous couples who aren’t adverse to heading off the beaten path. I do a lot of location research (and, turns out, we have a ton of amazing places within a day’s drive of SLC) to tailor your portrait experience to your personalities and needs. An over-nighter? Let’s do it. Two hours in the car is too much for you? No problemo.
I use my experience as a photojournalist and documentary photographer to bring a sense of storytelling to your wedding photography. It’s kind of like a hybrid of fine-art photography and street photography that produces beautiful images that are uniquely you.
I got the idea for photo essay-themed family sessions from spending time with my sister and her kids. She loves having the posed family portrait in a field/beach/wherever, but the photos she ended up loving most were the candids that really showed her family’s personality. I’ll come spend an hour or two with your family in your home or during an outing to capture how you are when being yourselves. No posing necessary.
Photo booths are all the rage, but it’s hard to find one that stands out from the crowd. My Instant Film Photo Booth in an open-air setup and I use a special instant film camera that can produce Polaroid-esque double exposures and ultra close-ups for a memorable keepsake your guests will love.
I’ve been tinkering with old cameras and shooting cheap film since I was a teenager. My grandpa bestowed his camera arsenal on me when I was 15 and I’ve loved sharing the joys of antique photography with my clients. During each shoot, you have the option to choose one of the cameras from my collection in addition to the images I take digitally. Cameras range from 1914 to 1978.
Let’s chat about what you’re looking for.