SnapShots Wedding Photography Partners
Alan Smith can be considered as Jamaica's leading wedding photographer who creates 'Images that move you'. He believes weddings to be the only form of photography that combines the talents required for art, fashion, product, landscape, journalism, children and portraiture. It's all about capturing peoples' emotions in beautiful locations to preserve the memories of this most special time in their lives.
Throughout the Caribbean and USA, the career of Dwayne Watkins as a Wedding and Lifestyle photographer has raised the benchmark for delivering excellence. He translates real emotions into moments of colourful energy through attention to detail and his creative photography style. Dwayne's photography tells a story, capturing each wedding with a client-friendly focus and a solid recognition of the individuality of every couple. Named MACO Magazine's pick for Best Photographer in Jamaica (2012), Dwayne's portfolio also includes fashion and commercial work and he is the Director of Photography for parenting lifestyle Magazine - b3 Caribbean. Read more
Photography deeply influences the way he looks at the world. It is an expression of his own vision: "to capture images that are an influential and emotional representation of people, beauty, and life."
Suki MacDonald Kapahi
Suki MacDonald Kapahi has had a camera in her hand for the past 28 years, finding art and magic in everything that fills her eyes and heart. Six years ago, she crossed over from amateur to pro photography. She began with small portrait shoots and progressed to weddings, villas, and magazine work. She is a hopeless romantic, and usually can be found shedding a tear or two behind her camera during the ceremony. For this reason, she always sees the beauty and love between the new couple and finds ways to bring them out in her images.
Tiffany Lue Yen
At a mere 26-years-old, photographer Tiffany Lue-Yen has already amassed an impressive catalogue of over 300 commercial jobs. She has scored features in noted publications like The Washington Post, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Skywritings, Kuya magazine by Coldwell Banker, and The Jamaican Magazine. Her work adorns the walls of many homes and corporations; no small feat for someone with just over eight years of experience, and yet, she exudes not only humility, but also an un-mistakable passion for her work.
Christine has pursued her passion for photography for over 20 years. A master and Certified Professional Photographer by the Professional Photographers of America, her work is highly sought after and published in publications such as Caribbean Travel & Life, Islands Magazine, London Times, Destination Wedding & Honeymoons, Elite Traveler, Real Life, Destination Turks & Caicos and Discover Magazine. The enthusiasm for her work and her contagious and lively personality are evident in the excitement she brings to each session. She is known for portraying her clients' true essence through her natural shooting style and her ability to keep her subjects relaxed. Her goal is to capture the best image possible and to make each photo session a memorable dynamic experience.
"There are artists who transform the sun into a yellow spot, but there are others, who thanks to their art and intelligence, transform a yellow spot into the sun" (Picasso). James Roy is such an artist. His work makes the ordinary extraordinary, and provides viewers with glimpses of new meaning into everyday experiences. He possesses a wealth of knowledge of many genres of photography, which helps him create one-of-a-kind wedding images.
James brings with him over of 25 years of professional and personal photographic experience. In these years he has photographed over 1000 weddings throughout the US and abroad. His wedding images have been published and featured on the covers of many prestigious US wedding journals and in the Professional Photographer's of America's (PPA) Professional Photographer magazine. He is an award winning PPA Master and Craftsman Photographer and is also highly sought after for his teaching workshops.