About Jen Jones Wedding Photographer Hood River

From her website: “

In my heart of hearts, I’m a sun-worshiping, and salt water loving Florida girl. I’ve always marched to the beat of my own drum, and in my 20’s I traveled like crazy. In 2010, I fell head over heels for the PNW and moved to Hood River, Oregon. Never being able to fully let go of my roots, I’ve maintained business relationships on both coasts and enjoy the seasonality of serving multiple communities.

In between coast swaps, my beau and I hop in his ‘95 Ford Econoline van and head to Mexico, chasing warm waves, catching our own fish and living our best lives near the sea. We then drive to Florida and work the Winter and early Spring season under the sun and ever warming humidity. That little white fluff in the photo above—we found him in Baja, and he goes with us everywhere.

From my early teens’ my Dad nurtured an affection for old Volkswagons. I drove an ‘87 Cabriolet from when I was 17 all the way through college. In 2011 I purchased my first bus, a yellow 1972 Campmobile. In 2016, I bought my blue bus and founded The FotoBus Co.—a One-of-a-Kind Photo Booth Company! It brings me so much joy to have combined my passions of restoring nostalgic time machines and bringing a unique photographic experience to the masses.

When I’m not taking pictures, you can find me out on a dog romp, on the river with my kite, in a yoga studio, digging around my little garden, or tinkering with one of my VW buses. I believe in treating all creatures great and small with love and respect, staying relentlessly optimistic, and exploring whenever I am able. I am so in love with my little family and know how blessed I am to document love for a living.”

Three Things You Need to Do Before You Book Your Wedding Photographer: By Jen Jones

A wedding photographer is such an important piece of your big day! He or she can capture all the big and little moments that you’ll look back at for the rest of your life! Are you trying to decide if a photographer is right for you? Check out these three tips to make this process easier! ⬇️⁠

1.) Ask to see a complete gallery. . . We all post the highlights of our lives and work on the gram, but going through the entire wedding gallery really gives you a feel for the photographers work! And gives you an idea of what to expect from your photog in terms of deliverables.⁠

2.) Have a conversation! Minimally, spend some time on the phone with your photog. Even better, if it’s possible to meet with them in person (or over zoom!). Having a connection and building a relationship with your photographer will mean the world on your wedding day.⁠

3.) Book an engagement session! I recently wrote a post about this, but it’s so beneficial. . . You get to know your photog, get comfy in front of the lens, AND get some gorgeous photos of you and your love — to use for save the dates and put up on your walls!


Jen Jones Wedding: https://www.weddings.jenjones.co/

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See Also: https://www.thefotobus.co/about-the-fotobus