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Van Wyhe Photography

University Place, WA 98467

Van Wyhe Photography

Based out of the Tacoma / Seattle area, Van Wyhe Photography works to create a classic, elegant look that is delightfully unique. Gabriel and Jaci Van Wyhe believe that there’s more to choosing a photographer than simply looking through their portfolio. In order to find the right photographer, the client and the photographer have to mesh well. Their attitudes and goals must align or else the end product will suffer.

The Van Wyhes also feel that a photographer should be much more than simply the person taking the pictures. They want to share in the moments of your special day. They want to support each client and help them have the most joyous and memorable experience of their lives. Gabriel and Jaci’s ultimate goal is to create photos that their clients can look at 10 to 15 years from now and be able to relive the moment, to feel the love, joy, and excitement they felt on that special day.

It’s clear that the Van Wyhes care about their clients. Their photographs have been featured in numerous blogs as well as South Sound Wedding & Event Magazine, Seattle Bride Magazine, Seattle Met Bride & Groom Magazine, and on MSNBC.com. 

Van Wyhe Photography shoots Tacoma weddings, but the photographers will also travel in the area or for destination weddings. They would love to talk to you about your photography needs.

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