Meet the Foxes.

We are Brandon and Gabi Fox, adventurous wedding photographers. We live and work on the road, and we love it.


In the summer of 2015, we bought a 1972 Airstream Overlander, gutted it down to its aluminum shell, and built it back up into our dream live-work space. We love traveling, the outdoors, meeting new people, our pup Aiko, and all the things that make life on the road so unpredictable and inspiring.

On a typical day, we can be found editing in the Airstream, finding rocks to climb on, exploring the surrounding woods and mountains, drinking deliciously crafted beers, and of course, scratching Aiko’s belly.


We are adventurous creatives who approach every photo project as an opportunity to do something new. While we are shooting we’re always thinking, “how can I capture this moment in a way that’s fresh and beautiful?” This mindset helps us maintain a strong, steady flow of creative juices, and keeps us excited for each new project.

Our shooting style is our own; photojournalism meets fine art meets adventurous meets candid. Capturing the many elements of a wedding day requires the perfect blend of these styles. Besides, why limit ourselves to one look? It’s more fun this way.


We are currently booking 2018 and limited 2017. We'll be based in the PNW this summer and fall but love traveling - no wedding is too far.


Seattle // Portland | JUN
Washington // Colorado | JUL
Washington // Squamish, BC | AUG
Washington // Massachusetts | SEP
Seattle // Portland | OCT
Big Sur, CA // Yosemite, CA | NOV
Bishop, CA | DEC


JAN – MAR | The open road, get in touch to plan something with us.
APR | Joshua Tree National Park, CA
MAY – JUN | The open road, get in touch to plan something with us.
JUL | Washington
AUG | Redwoods National Park, CA
SEP – DEC | The open road, get in touch to plan something with us.


We are loosely PNW based but are constantly traveling. Get in touch about booking an adventure with us, we’d love to add a new stop to our travel schedule!




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