I am so glad you're here! My name is Jaclynn, owner of this little studio. I provide classic fine art photography and museum quality print products for couples looking to find fun and peace on their wedding day. I specialize in low and difficult light scenarios, castles, and ballrooms. One day, I was photographing a Daddy Daughter Dance when some force spoke to me. It said, "Jaclynn. Would you trust ANYONE to stand in your shoes and be the one to document this moment." I knew the answer was "No.".
You see, I had no guarantee that any photographer would put as much care into what I was doing as I knew I was in that moment. Some photogs care a whole lot...but I will only guarantee what I know I feel for my couples and their families. From then on, the idea of someone else standing in my shoes was scary. I wouldn't trust anyone else to do what I do for your wedding day...because of how much I sincerely care and believe in the eternal value of the work I provide through this company.
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2015: SJP Was Born. I spent the year wanting to throw my laptop across the room and torch my camera as I learned the ins and outs of the digital photography world.
2016: I figured out a formula to book as many weddings as I wanted and got to work doing exactly that.
2017: ...I learned what it felt like to be OVERBOOKED OVERWORKED and UNDERVALUED.
2018: I recovered from 2017. Started a few intensive photography classes. Photographed 23 weddings and learned what a comfortable schedule felt like for me and my family. I looked up from my laptop and noticed I wasn't in the "style" of photography I wanted to be in.
2019: Adjusting Vision & Storming the Fine Art Photography World.