Destination Wedding Photography in Mexico, NYC, and Italy
Condensing yourself into a paragraph is difficult, especially when I'm supposed to be talking about the crazy beautiful life I've been so lucky to have found or that found me as it were. So let's hold off (we can do that later in the game when we Skype or have a Pacifico on the beach) and let's talk about you and your search for a photographer.
Take your time and find the photographer whose work screams to you that they are the one who should be documenting your day. After documenting hundreds of weddings, I know I'm not that person for everyone, but I am for a few kick ass individuals and I give my all to those people who entrust the most insanely beautiful moment of love and life to me. At the end of the day it's not about the details or designer names, it's about you and the people you've brought together to celebrate your love. It's the experience and the story. There's magic in them both.
I was named one of the 30 Rising Stars of Wedding Photography by Rangefinder magazine, one of the six top destination wedding photographers by Destination Weddings & Honeymoons magazine and have had my work featured in Martha Stewart Weddings, Destination I Do, Brides, and The Knot magazines along with the regular crew of wedding blogs like Style Me Pretty, Green Weddings Shoes, Once Wed, Snippet & Ink, and 100 Layer Cake.
When I'm not documenting love I'm working on long term projects or editorial/travel assignments. Past features include The New York Times, The Toronto Star, Frommer's Travel Guides, Vogue Brazil, and National Geographic Traveler. You can see my documentary/editorial work here: jillianmitchell.mx
If you think we might be able to make magic together give me a shout.
I’m off again for a wedding in the US of A. This time in New Hampshire on a family farm. Oh so very excited. For now I leave you with one of my favorite frames from this season at Casa Teitiare in Sayulita.