We were not looking for "traditional" photos, just capturing us in the moment, which they did amazingly. I would recommend them for any destination wedding or one at home.
Ryan's shots are both creative and classy. We had so many fantastic pics to choose from! He's personable, fun and upbeat... just the kind of photographer you want around on your wedding day!
Ryan is an incredible photographer who has the uncanny ability to get extraordinary photos out of ordinary moments, so you can only imagine the great photos he gets when he's there for a special event.
Ryan was polite and professional. He made us feel at ease during our wonderful (but stressful) day. Our photos came out brilliantly, we could not be happier!
Ryan Jensen is the most professional and fun of any photographers we have known. The pictures he and his associates took at our wedding are pieces of art. Yet he was so unobtrusive that we hardly knew he was there.
I’ve been in the thick of wedding season, so apologies for not getting this INCREDIBLE wedding up earlier. Lindsey and Chris are one of a cluster of California weddings I’ve done over the last couple of years and more specifically friends of Joanna and Peter who I shot in Mill Valley. What an extraordinary treat to get to know Lindsey and Chris, their friends and family. Lindsey’s dad and uncle were constantly asking if I needed anything, if I’d eaten and if they could do anything to make me more comfortable.
They did something really neat that I hadn’t seen before and adored (and wished I had done at my wedding.) They invited their closest friends and family in a beautiful underground light sculpture out behind the de Young and saw one another for the first time among them and then made individual vows to each of them as a couple. Note to self: kleenex is good to have in pocket for guests, but also for me, thank you very much.
Everyone made their way to a gallery at 12 Gallagher Lane and danced their backsides off even after neighbors tried to shut them down. Their friends and family gathered around them and stomped a rhythm and shouted out lyrics to their favorite songs. Oh and Lindsey’s dad yanked out a saber and he and Chris took turns knocking the tops of of a couple bottles of champagne.
As their sign says, “Yield to Love.” And wow…what a way to set an example. Thank you two!