OUR APPROACH

We’re visual storytellers who aim to tell the unique story of your wedding day through our lens. Our style is a blend of photojournalism; where we take an unobtrusive, behind-the-scenes approach while documenting all of those joyous, candid moments that are happening throughout your wedding day, and fine art portraiture; where we guide you into the most flattering light and poses, while retaining a natural and candid feel.

Our clients often rave about how comfortable and relaxed we help them feel while shooting, and how seamlessly we blend into their wedding day. You might not even notice that we’re there, yet we’ll always be right there when you need us.

 

 

OUR STORY

CJ and Jennifer met while working at a kid’s summer camp in the Sierra Nevada Mountains in 2000. Both coming from photography backgrounds, they immediately bonded over their shared love of capturing the world around them. Photography is what brought them together and what eventually led them into the wedding industry, where they’ve made a name for themselves documenting weddings together for over 10 years.

When they’re not behind the camera, they’re out having adventures with their two very cute daughters, Maggie and Georgia.

EXPERIENCE

Named a “Top Photographer” by Martha Stewart Weddings, the Nichols have documented hundreds of weddings together over the past ten years. They’re an efficient and experienced team who bring a positive attitude, professionalism, and a creative eye to every wedding they have the privilege of documenting. And they’re really nice and fun to hang out with, too.

They have the ability to create stunning, well-composed images in the midst of the fast-paced nature of weddings. They are team players, and can quickly adapt to any situation, while always keeping the focus on the bride and groom’s own experience of their wedding day.

PHOTOS BY SARAH Q

 


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