On the night before their wedding at the Sun Palace in Cancun, I photographed Lauren and Taylor on their own. Just the two of them. And me. Very romantic.
This is a huge post with photographs from a busy year.
In addition to the work I did in Utah (headshots, weddings, family portraits, corporate work), I photographed weddings in California, Texas and New York. I went to Mexico City for family portraits and to Gilmer, Texas, for a client-turned-friend to make a portrait of the town where she grew up. I traveled to Washington, DC, with Amy to make a series of portraits for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.
I’ve photographed a variety of people in a variety of settings–in homes, in hometowns, in my studio, in the canyon, in the city, on the occasion of adoptions and weddings and new babies and long lost siblings reuniting. I believe all these photographs have one thing in common. I believe all these photographs will become more valuable over time as the people in them age, as circumstances change, and life goes marching forward and these photographs represent a moment that happened, once, in 2014.
Some exciting travel is cooking up for 2015–Mexico, Haiti, Cape Cod, New York, California–and I hope that it will include me photographing you, in your town or in mine, or anywhere in between.
Interested in family portraits with depth and soul? Let’s talk.
Getting married and want authentic images with high class and whimsy? Give me a call.
Film images scanned by Alpine Film Lab.
Meet Tia. She’s working as my assistant when I photograph weddings and some times she’s nice enough to come to the studio to be photographed, too. Tia was one of my students at UVU in 2013 and shortly after that, started working for me. I just can’t say enough about how much she contributes to the business and Amy and I are grateful for all she does for us.
I met Betty and Andrew in 2008. Andrew came to be photographed at the studio. Betty was with him. I told them if they ever got married, I wanted to photograph their wedding. I mean, they’re so cool, both of them, what photographer wouldn’t want to? Well, six years later, nearly to the day I met them, they did, indeed get hitched. And I was there to photograph the happy day. And I’m so grateful. They filled their day with meaningful and memorable symbols and traditions.
What a couple. What a day. And now, meet Betty and Andrew.
Justin photographs happy couples and beautiful weddings whether he met them six years ago or six days ago, and he wants to photograph you. Planning a wedding of your own? Give us a call. 801.916.6993
Here’s the night before the wedding…