Lifestyle Photography in Utah
Salt Lake City, Provo, Ogden, West Valley City, West Jordan, Park City
Searching for a Utah lifestyle photographer? Do you want to capture your family’s true reactions and natural emotions in authentic portraits? When you allow one of our exclusive lifestyle photographers to capture your next teen, family, couple, or maternity portrait session, you will receive photographs that show the world what it means to be a member of your family.
Known for its diversity in landscapes and beautiful scenery, Utah offers prime family photography locations amongst its three distinct geographical regions: the Rocky Mountains, the Great Basin and the Colorado Plateau.You will find such a vast array of land features in Utah, from the sand dune deserts to mountainous regions with massive pine forest. Your family photographer will be delighted to shoot your lasting family memories in the rich land of this state that offers year-round paradises and wondrous scenery.You can allow the panorama of Bryce Canyon and Zion National Parks to bring the majestic beauty of the southwest portion of the state, or you can thrive in winter beauty found in cities like Salt Lake City, which includes a great deal of historical attractions and family locations for warmer seasons as well; including the Red Butte Garden at the University of Utah. This garden, found in Salt Lake City, is the largest botanical center in the Intermountain West, and can add absolute splendor to your family festivities and to your lifestyle photography.Utah’s major water regions are the Colorado River, Green River, Lake Powell, Utah Lake and the famous Great Salt Lake, which combine with a varied landscape help add to the assortment of beauty found in this state to make your family picture session an occasion to remember.
The Utah Lifestyle Photographers Association:
Map of Lifestyle Photographers Serving Utah
4 Available Lifestyle Photographers...
I am a documentary photographer, a visual storyteller, from Salt Lake City, Utah. I am passionate about capturing powerful, intimate experiences in the sometimes messy but beautiful story of life. My images embrace real people, real emotion, and real life. My work can be seen in the permanent exhibits at the Natural History Museum of Utah. Also, In 2012, I traveled with the Museum to document the techniques and lives of Navajo Basket Weavers in south-eastern Utah, for a special exhibit entitled, Weaving a Revolution. Images were utilized in large exhibit form in the traveling space at the Natural History Museum of Utah, as well as a large coffee table style book, both designed by the team at the museum, documenting the Renaissance that these incredible Navajo artists started in the Monument Valley region. Additionally, I was commissioned by the Natural History Museum of Utah to create thousands of portraits for the Genetic Trait Tree, the local aspect to the special exhibit developed and produced by the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History entitled Genome: Unlocking Life’s Code. I have also had the honor of traveling with the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Champions Ambassador Tour for the past 3 years; documenting the Champions as they meet with their state representatives, celebrities, corporate sponsors, and even President Obama and First Lady Michele Obama. Events included: ceremonies on stage, concerts, fund raising, and behind the scenes relationships to provide an overall feel of the exciting and high energy trip. My Education: I have an Associates Degree in Photography, and a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Visual Communications from Weber State University. Working towards a Masters Degree in the near future.
Nathan Welton has been shooting weddings, lifestyle and family portraits full time since 2006. From 2008 to 2012, he was an Our World Photographer for Sigma Photo, one of the world's largest camera and lens companies. His imagery has appeared in The Knot, Brides, Town and Country, Style Me Pretty, Ever After, and many other publications. An avid climber and outdoorsman, his photos have also appeared in numerous adventure magazines in North America and Europe.
I love photographing family energy... been doing it in the documentary feel for 17 years. Family sessions are one of the most cherished things for my camera. As proof, despite nearly two decades as a pro, and being published from music albums to museums, my most cherished honor in the medium is an image of my late Uncle Ron, on the front cover of his funeral program. It captures a wily smirk and was made at a large family gathering one sunny Summer day in New Hampshire. It meant the world to be surprised with that. The natural moments of connection of your family, through big open hearts, is what I'm after. It's a mix of documentary, lifestyle and fine art. It's real. It's slow and soft or loud and crazy... it's everything. The goal is to become one of your family photographers through life, one session at a time. Often we'll put something physical that you already share together as a family. Could be cooking. Could be basketball or surfing or soccer or skiing. You enjoy, and I'll document the magic. For more of my history and accolades, please head on over to my website.
I believe in preserving unfiltered moments of today so you can relive them in the future. I had no idea I would love being a mother until I became one. I believe less is more when it comes to TV, processed food and being perfect. Have kids, still travel. Passing my wanderlust onto my wee one is at the top of my list. Dancing is as normal to me as walking, especially if it is in the kitchen during meal prep time. Riding a bike in a dress on date night is how I roll. My tiny human rocks her trike in a dress too. Eating a meal as a family is my favorite part of my day. Home cooked food is the way to my heart. I speak dog and my husband is trying to teach me to speak cat. I believe everyday unpolished life is beautiful.