With their home in Salt Lake City, Utah, Jessica Janae Photography takes wedding photography to the height of fine art and fashion and fashion photography to new levels of style and creativity. Our iconic style is both romantic and editorial retaining the emotion while telling a story. A photo-journalistic approach and artistic attention to every moment captures memories, not just images. Our unique use of light is often imitated but can never truly be duplicated! Across the continent and throughout the world, our team’s artistic style has set a unique standard within the industry. We are a diverse team of talent with each photographer bringing a unique experience to their work yet all meshing to create that unique Jessica Janae look. The studios work is consistently featured in local and national platforms and has been accepted among the world’s top photographic organizations. We recognize the trust you have placed in us to capture your memories and we can’t wait to meet you!
10 years ago I decided I wanted to be a photographer. It started with my then two-year-old sister, my backyard and my 35mm camera. Later I received a degree in photography and then became a wedding photographer in Los Angeles. My passion for photography only grew under the California sun. Now I’m back in Utah and killin’ it with the Jessica Janae team!
THIS IS MY PASSION. Photography has become like breathing to me. I think about it when I sleep and see it in the world around me every day. I began as an artist in high school, who loved painting and drawing portraits. I would get so frustrated that I could not make my drawings look realistic and that’s where photography came into my life. I finally found my artistic outlet. Six years, one husband and two babies later it has become this amazing career that has taken me all over the world!
Jon Briggs is our dynamic professional with extensive experience in customer relations, training, mentoring, writing and public speaking. He wears multiple hats here at Jessica Janae Companies and is known around the studio as the “One man show”.