MEET JENNIFER DOUMATO LAMY

I became a wedding photographer because it is the best job in the world. As a creative professional, it allows me to be and do so many things at once; I’m a portrait photographer, a commercial photographer, a photojournalist, a fashion photographer, a business woman, a friend and consultant and most importantly, a documentarian. I get to know interesting couples every day, and get to come up with different and fun ideas for their photographs. In my years of experience I have photographed every possible weather situation, family situation, venues ranging from the mansions of Newport to a back yard in the city, ceremonies as diverse as Hasidic to Pagan. If you can think of it, I’ve shot it and loved it.

And the best part is, I still have yet to experience two weddings that felt the same! Each event brings its own unique inspiration and it is my job to bring that out and capture it. I absolutely love, and am personally fascinated by that challenge.

I am a mom to three perfect little Lamys, I ride horses, I have an enormous collection of antique letters, I can tell you anything about Rhode Island history, I have a Masters in International Peace and Conflict Resolution (long story) and am incredibly bad at all math except geometry which I’m incredibly good at. I have traveled everywhere on my bucket list and more, so now I’m working on a whole new list. What else can I tell you? Come to the studio and let’s meet!

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WHAT TO EXPECT?

What to expect?

I strive to create unique work at each event and I am particularly good at making you comfortable in front of the camera. I keep the experience FUN for you, in fact, past clients often tell me they were surprised how relaxed and natural they felt working with me. This comes from my years of experience, a special lighting setup, top quality equipment, and personality.

I shoot in mansions, castles, and elegant hotels as well as parking lots, backyards and barns. I can find beauty anywhere, it's capturing your story that is the rewarding challenge. I spend the day looking for cute expressions, teary eyes, subtle embraces, back-slaps, eruptions of laughter, drunken crazies on the dancefloor, and all of the little details that you will miss in the whirlwind of your day.

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