3515 e braceville rd
Gardner, IL 60424
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About Us

WE ARE A CHICAGO-BASED HUSBAND AND WIFE WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY TEAM IN LOVE AND WE’RE TRULY PASSIONATE ABOUT MARRIAGE!

We hope, not only that you walk away with wedding pictures that you love, but that you feel like you have made true friends and some really awesome memories.

We are committed to embracing the gift that we’ve been given by serving Chicago couples and couples all over the world. We hope that you’ll allow us to do that for you!

Make sure to stop by our Chicago Wedding Photographer Blog to see our most recent work!

Marriage is AWESOME! God bless!

Gray Photography are premier Chicago wedding photographers providing wedding photography services throughout Illinois and destinations all over the world.  Corlis and Megan have photographed more than 300 weddings in the last 8 years, and their weddings have been featured in numerous national and international bridal blogs.  They have quickly become one of the most in-demand wedding photography studios in Chicago.

Corlis and Megan regularly work in many of Chicago’s most popular wedding and reception venues.  Like, The Trump International Hotel ChicagoThe Drake Hotel Chicago, and The Field Museum. If you are looking for Chicago wedding photographers, Corlis and Megan would love to hear from you!

PROPOSAL PHOTOGRAPHY, ENGAGEMENT PORTRAITS & LIFESTYLE PHOTOS

In addition to wedding photography, Corlis and Megan provide Chicago engagement photography services.  These sessions provide beautiful images that celebrate the love of each of their couples and serve as a great way to build a relationship and get to know each couple’s style before the wedding.

Gray Photography is also one of the Chicago area’s top providers of day after/trash the dress sessions and proposal photography.

Features

Languages Spoken
English
Photo Options
Digital FilesFlush MountPhoto CDThank You CardsVideo Montage
Photography Shoot Options
Ceremony / ReceptionEngagementTrash the Dress
Photography Style
CandidEditorialPhotojournalism

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