portraits

It’s been six years since I visited San Andres Cohamiata and in a few hours in the early morning light we shall be heading there again to join the pilgrimage of the Huichol people from various villages as they travel to their sacred land in Wirikuta. For the next few days I will have very little access to the interwebs or technology of any kind which is more than a little refreshing. Here’s an oldie of Lupita serving herself stew made from the cow that was sacrificed during the traditional ceremony that happens every year during the holy week.

Mexico TRavel Photography

Pin It

What happens when you (the groom in this case) have a freak golf cart accident (it’s actually pretty common) and you can’t shoot photos the week after your wedding in Mexico? If you’re smart you change things up and go to Joshua Tree which is exactly what we did. And it was amazing.

Joshua Tree wedding photography by fine art wedding photographer Jillian Mitchell Joshua Tree wedding photography by fine art wedding photographer Jillian Mitchell Joshua Tree wedding photography by fine art wedding photographer Jillian Mitchell Joshua Tree wedding photography by fine art wedding photographer Jillian Mitchell Joshua Tree wedding photography by fine art wedding photographer Jillian Mitchell Joshua Tree wedding photography by fine art wedding photographer Jillian Mitchell Joshua Tree wedding photography by fine art wedding photographer Jillian Mitchell Joshua Tree wedding photography by fine art wedding photographer Jillian Mitchell Joshua Tree wedding photography by fine art wedding photographer Jillian Mitchell Joshua Tree wedding photography by fine art wedding photographer Jillian Mitchell Joshua Tree wedding photography by fine art wedding photographer Jillian Mitchell Joshua Tree wedding photography by fine art wedding photographer Jillian Mitchell Joshua Tree wedding photography by fine art wedding photographer Jillian Mitchell Joshua Tree wedding photography by fine art wedding photographer Jillian Mitchell Joshua Tree wedding photography by fine art wedding photographer Jillian Mitchell Joshua Tree wedding photography by fine art wedding photographer Jillian Mitchell Joshua Tree wedding photography by fine art wedding photographer Jillian Mitchell Joshua Tree wedding photography by fine art wedding photographer Jillian Mitchell Joshua Tree wedding photography by fine art wedding photographer Jillian Mitchell Joshua Tree wedding photography by fine art wedding photographer Jillian MitchellJoshua Tree Photographer, Joshua Tree Wedding, Joshua Tree Wedding Photographer, Big Sur Wedding Photographer, Big Sur Wedding, California Wedding, Joshua Tree Photographer, Joshua Tree Wedding, Joshua Tree Wedding Photographer, Big Sur Wedding Photographer, Big Sur Wedding, California Wedding

Pin It

I’m working on a post of my favorite images from the 2015 wedding season and I cam across this one that needed it’s own post.

Destination Wedding Photographer Mexico New York Los Angeles

Pin It

Missy and Matt opted for a pre-wedding portrait session a few days before their big bash. We hung out in San Pancho to stay away from the crowds of Sayulita and even got a chance to poach the closed off pool at the construction site of the former Costa Azul Hotel. I’ll get more into these two for their full wedding post, but man do they know how to kick it.

You can see their slideshow here and their full wedding post here.

fine art wedding photography mexico fine art wedding photography mexico fine art wedding photography mexico fine art wedding photography mexico fine art wedding photography mexico fine art wedding photography mexico fine art wedding photography mexico fine art wedding photography mexico fine art wedding photography mexico fine art wedding photography mexico fine art wedding photography mexico fine art wedding photography mexico fine art wedding photography mexico fine art wedding photography mexico fine art wedding photography mexico fine art wedding photography mexico fine art wedding photography mexico

 

 

Pin It

I had the honor of photographing National Geographic’s Travelers of the Year earlier in the summer. Pretty stoked with how the spread came out, especially considering how many people make up the Inion Family! We tried a bunch of different portraits, but my favorite was definitely this one so it’s great to see it in print.

National Geographic Travelers of the Year 2014

Pin It