Amanda and Jesse’s Wedding

May 22, 2013 | Wedding/Engagement

17 hours straight photo shoot, by the time I got home my legs was a milk shake–semi state of liquid and solid. However for 15 hours and 58 minutes (deducting 1 hour of commute) I had an amazing time documenting Amanda and Jesse’s wedding. From wedding prep to after-after party, the whole event was purple epic. I wonder if I went to a massive party or to a wedding?

Everyone was so relaxed and genuine throughout the whole process, it made documenting them that much easier and fun. You can see the same level of energy in their wedding rehearsal / dinner. Simply said they know how to live it up.

I don’t always do wedding photography, but when I do, I prefer Dos crazy and goofy ones. 🙂


Here is the video of the photographs from that Amanda and Jesse’s wedding. Once again thank you everyone for making this one of my favoriate photo shoot.


  • Canon EOS 7D
  • Canon EOS 5D Mark III
  • EF 8-15mm f/4L Fisheye USM
  • EF 35mm f/1.4L USM
  • EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM

What happens when you combine artistry with perfectionism? You get a “spot on” photographer with a keen eye for creative lighting and dramatic angles. At our daughter’s recent wedding, Jiho Sohn captured both keepsake moments and unbridled celebration with every shutter click. The result?…hundreds of pictures that are, not only edgy, but also fun and electric.

Be warned that Jiho is not your mother’s wedding photographer. If you hire him, you will lose out on some traditional poses, perfect smiles, and balanced backdrops. However, you will gain an inspired picture-memoir of your event that is stylized and compelling. You’ll get crisp and sharp images mixed with crafty swirls- shots with attitude in black and white as well as in vibrant color. You should also know that Jiho adds slick and spirited videos to the mix—just for fun.

Finally, take comfort in the level of effort, both time and energy, that Jiho devotes to his photography projects. He spent three days shooting our family and friends, starting with an off-site rehearsal dinner and culminating with the main event; through it all, he captured late night escapades, early morning primping, festive wedding rituals, and so much more. Using his innovative style, Jiho truly paid homage to our ordinary family during an extraordinary rite of passage. His pictures are genius and his friendship…Priceless!

Thanks for everything, Jiho!!

Photography + Video

Robyn Ashton

Mother of the bride

What an awesome photographer you are!!!! Never have I heard of a photographer hanging out past midnight every night for an entire weekend to take photos. Talk about commitment! Thank you, so much for your hard work and for being so much fun to be around! Can’t wait to see more photos!

Photography + Video

Lindsey Sarowitz

One of the bride's maids

Hidden Canyon Kayak (Website)
World is awesome through 35mm f1.4