Meet Tiffany J Photography
 

Meet Tiffany J Photography

Hi, I’m Tiffany.

I am a fine art wedding, boudoir & lifestyle photographer based in Los Angeles. I'm currently in the process of planning my own wedding to the love of my life, Michael, so I completely understand how overwhelming wedding planning can be.  My goal is to provide you with timeless images & memories that will be cherished for years to come. My hope is that I'll be able to make this process as seamless as possible so you're able to enjoy each step in your wedding planning journey.



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 My Story

They say necessity is the mother of invention & it was out of necessity that my photography journey began.

Ten years ago, my partner at the time was in a horrible accident. He suffered a Spinal Cord Injury & was paralyzed from the waist down. That day, our lives were forever changed. I knew I would need to figure out a career path with a flexible schedule that would allow me to work from home while I took care of him.

Photography was something I loved, but never had the opportunity to pursue. So I took this life changing event as a sign that now was my opportunity. I got my first DSLR camera & immersed myself in learning the art of photography. I officially opened my business in 2013 & the rest is history.

While we decided to part ways 4 years after his accident, my life was forever impacted by Spinal Cord Injury & I have been involved in the community ever since. For the past 10 years I have served on the board of directors for Triumph Foundation. 6 years later, I’m now engaged to the most incredible man who I met while volunteering at the UCLA Adaptive Recreation Program that he runs.

I never imagined that this would be my story, but looking back, I’m so grateful that it lead me to my career in photography & prepared me for my new journey with Michael.

I can’t wait to hear your story,

Image by Greg Ross

Image by Greg Ross

 
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Michael & I always laugh about how we pronounce words SO differently. He’s from NY, I’m from LA. He claims I say “caimra” while he says “caaaaaaamra”. Next time you see us, ask us both to say the word “Camera” & you can help us settle this once & for all.