Trevor has a passion for wedding photography. “I get to work with clients on the best day of their life and have the privilege of delivering images they will hold onto forever.” He is known for incorporating bride and groom in his landscape images and has had much of his work published.
Studio Manager & Photographer
Jamie has an eye for details and a gift for creating beautiful works of art in the wedding albums she designs. She works directly with clients to assure they are getting the perfect wedding Album. Jamie is a gifted photographer in her own right and has also had much of her work published.
Trevor and Jamie met in 2002, while attending Calvary Chapel Bible College, in Murrieta, California and were engaged while studying at an extension campus in Peru. Both have a passion for foreign missions and a deep love for Jesus Christ and the local church. After getting married, they moved to Colorado where Trevor and Jamie served the Jr. High and High School at Calvary Chapel Fruita. After a few years, they moved to Koposvar, Hungary, where they served as missionaries. They then moved back to the states where Trevor worked as a 911 dispatcher for approximately three years. It was during this time that Trevor and Jamie fell in love with photography and shot their first wedding in 2010. Trevor left his dispatching job and took a job at a local bank in order to have weekends off, to shoot weddings. Finally, the time came when Trevor and Jamie began shooting weddings full time. After several years of photographing weddings together, Trevor became the soul photographer at Captivated Studio and Jamie became the chief photo editor and album designer, though occasionally she will drop in on a wedding.
Trevor and Jamie enjoy hiking with the family, photography ;) and serving at the nursery in their local church. Jamie graduated from Calvary Chapel Bible College and Trevor earned his A.A.S. in Criminal Justice at Colorado Mesa University, his B.A. in Biblical Studies and Masters of Theological Studies at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.