We’re not much for talking about ourselves, but it turns out it’s really important. It’s important because if we get the chance to work together—the chance to find exactly the right way to capture the life, spirit, and joy of your wedding day—we’re going to need to get to know one another. We’ll go first: We love documenting life with a creative eye, whether we’re working with couples, on assignment for the Wall Street Journal, or just wandering with our cameras. We like getting in the mix, up close and personal with the people and places we shoot, because that’s the best way we know to show what’s really happening. The same goes for our relationship with you—this is about you, so working together closely is the ideal way we’re going to get a great set of images out of it. And we know that’s what’s made the whole process such a success for the couples we’ve photographed, and we’re thankful to have been a part of it. So how about you? What gets you really excited about your wedding? How do you imagine the photos that will tell your story? Get in touch, and let’s get a conversation started.

Let the love take your breath away,

Sean and Melanie - AFFOB


 2011- Photo District News - 30 Rising Stars of Wedding Photography

2013- American Photo - Top 10 Wedding Photographer in the world

2005 - Current- The Wall Street Journal - Travel + Leisure - Martha Stewart Weddings - Huffington Post - Vouge Espana

The Venue Report - Junebug Weddings - Green Wedding Shoes - Style Me Pretty - Etsy Weddings - The New York Times

 Oui -  Snippet and Ink - The Lane - Seattle Bride - Seattle Met Bride and Groom - Rangefinder Magazine