Adams and Faith Photography the internationally recognized wedding photography studio who turn wedding images into works of art. Recent clients include Everclear's Art Alexakis, Senator Gordon Smith's daughter, and a Hindi bride from a noted Bombay family.
Two philosophies contribute to Adams and Faith's success, first photographers approach all weddings as cultural experiences. "A wedding doesn't have to be ethnic to be cultural," Tony explains. "A rock star's wedding has it's own culture, as does a conservative couple's celebration. We find out from the bride and groom who they are. Second, we find out what each couple wants and deliver exactly that."
The process starts with a comfortable consultation in the Adams and Faith studio, owned by Tony and his wife Lori. While clients recognize their work as "hip" their attitude is 110% professional, with a heavy dash of genuine care that is shared by the studio's six photographers and each member of the staff.
Whether they're looking for traditional, journalistic, or what ever is the "term of the year", couples find it at Adams and Faith. Corrie Bowman and Ed Gosse commissioned one of their photographers to photograph their destination wedding at Black Butte Ranch, "I told them I wanted art for our walls," says Corrie, "they took shots that captured us in the setting, they gave us exactly what we wanted."
Kelly Stanton interviewed several East Coast photographers for her upcoming June 2004 wedding at the Kent Manor Inn in Maryland. She was unconvinced. While home on a visit she met with Adams and Faith, an hour later she had made up her mind: their artistic approach was what she wanted, enough to fly them out to her wedding.
This artistic process continues after the wedding as couples choose frames and albums. Tony, Lori, and the entire Adams and Faith staff work tirelessly to design , crop, and arrange the photographs, creating the artwork that brings couples back for pregnancy, baby, family, senior, anniversary and reunion photos. "Our clients get into our hearts, and we get into theirs," explains Lori.
An amazing thing happens when a photographer finds out who his clients are and gives them what they want and more.