meet justin

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I’m engaged to my best friend and we recently purchased a home in Denver’s Villa Park neighborhood.

I’m a proud graduate graduate of the University of Denver and a native of the Mile High City. I was recently voted as one of the Top 100 Wedding Photographers in the world for the second consecutive year by the Wedding Photojournalist Association.

My fiancée, Amy, and I both come from large families. We spent our childhoods exploring what this great state has to offer. I enjoy the adrenaline rush of snowboarding steep and deep powder and descending a mountain pass on my mountain or road bike bike. I make spaghetti and meatballs from scratch. If there is a good beer, I’ve either had it or it’s on my list. Family gatherings are loud and full of laughter.

I’m incredibly fortunate to love what I do for a living.

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Consistently voted among the Best Wedding Photographers in Colorado by the WPJA, Justin Edmonds documents your day with bold, storytelling images.

I will be the hardest working photographer that you could ever hire and strive to produce dynamic images that you will display in your home as a piece of art.

My goal with every wedding is to document all of the important moments and also the ones that you didn’t even know that happened. The wedding day will fly by so I’ll tell the complete story so you can relive it all for generations. I care about your images as much as you do because I have an immense amount of pride in my passion and profession.

As a Denver photojournalist working for clients such as Getty Images, Sports Illustrated and The New York Times, I have captured fleeting moments that only happen once. Photographing several assignments a day, on deadline, is the best way to prepare for the chaos of a wedding day. I bring that same experience to each and every one of my couples’ weddings and I can’t wait to work with you both.

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