We currently have evolved into a tiny staff of photographers who aim to create interesting and original photos in a friendly and unobtrusive manner. We are open to other photographic projects so feel free to e-mail or call us to consider your ideas. He has photographed weddings all over the US, Canada and Europe.
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Photographer Shannon McGuire was born and raised in Alaska. She discovered her love for photography after taking her first college course. She quickly changed her major, studying at the University of Alaska Anchorage and the famous Brooks Institute in California. Her background includes different styles such as fine art, commercial, and weddings. Shannon enjoys weddings because they provide the best opportunity to work with a little bit of everything: outdoor, indoor, day time, night time, natural light, studio lights, action, candids, and formal portraits.
Photographer Joe Connolly has captured the wedding memories of more than 1000 couples over the years. He has photographed weddings all over the United States, Canada and Europe. Originally from Michigan, Joe moved to Anchorage to pursue his passion for the outdoors and photography. If you don't see him behind the camera, you might find him on his mountain bike, backcountry skiing, flying, or hiking along one of the area's trails. Joe recently completed a 12,000+ mile bicycle journey around the perimeter of the United States and obtained his commercial pilot license in both airplanes and helicopters.
Photographer Laura Reeve was born and raised in Anchorage, a lifelong Alaskan, she studied Art at the University of Alaska Anchorage. Originally a painter, she discovered photography after playing with her parents film cameras and exploring the similarities and differences between creating art with a brush and a camera. Laura loves witnessing the fleeting moments of her client's lives and documenting them. A mother of two, she is great with children and has more patience than anyone we know She has no problem being a little goofy or embarrassing herself to help make her subjects relax and be themselves.