Our job is to turn ordinary moments into extraordinary photographs; and to turn those extraordinary moments into images that make your parents cry for years to come. We avoid the cliche and fly-by-night trends. By focusing on our own vision and talents, we can become better photographers.
We are the calm before and during the storm. On the whirlwind wedding day, our experience can be an asset. Combined, we’ve photographed over 200 weddings so there are very few things that we haven’t seen. Trust us, we’ll take care of you.
Rich and Ashley are a lot like you. They met, they fell in love, got married and are living happily ever after each day. Sharing both life and work with your love is a unique experience but imagine a relationship built upon trust, admiration and the confidence that you can do anything when you are together. I think you might know what that feels like... you wouldn’t be looking at wedding photography if you didn’t.
Their story begins in the Spring of 2004, at a house in Ventura, CA. Rich and Ashley were both studying photojournalism at Brooks Institute of Photography, one of the country's most well known photography schools. Only yards to the beach, this house became headquarters for a collection of photographers, artists, musicians and an overall bunch of merry individuals. That’s where Rich noticed a girl on roller-skates.
He knew of her before he even met her; Ashley’s photographs had begun to get some notice around school. Admiration turned into flirtation, and Ashley and Rich quickly became an item. As Spring turned into Summer these two were inseparable. Day trips to LA, hiking in the canyons, bonfires on the beach, it turned out to be a time that would shape their lives forever. It was the Summer they fell in love.
A lot has happened since then; business and family mostly, and they have been fortunate on all fronts. But when it’s quiet and they are alone, it’s always that feeling of that first Summer they remember.
Rich and Ashley Pizzuti live in Lowell, MA with their daughter Evelyn and their two cats.