Dreamy · Adventurous · Romantic

Epic elopements in wild places

The Foxes Husband and Wife Elopement Photographer Team

The search for your elopement
photographer ends here.

Hey! We're the Foxes.

Our names are Gabi and Brandon and we’re an elopement photographer team. That spacey-lookin’ thing behind us is our 1972 Airstream (aka the Foxstream). Since 2014, we’ve been on the road exploring the epic places of North America. That journey led us to the rugged Pacific Northwest, which we now proudly call our home base.

We got our start in photography capturing rock climbing, landscapes, and other scenes from our travels. But we found our calling when we started photographing adventure elopements. Getting to meet fellow adventure-
loving couples and helping them craft and capture their perfect adventure elopement is literally our dream job.

WE AREN’T JUST ELOPEMENT PHOTOGRAPHERs. WE’RE adventure enthusiasts, PLANNERS, AND YOUR BEST FRIENDS WHO JUST SO HAPPEN TO TAKE AMAZING PICTURES.

Planners · Photographers · Best friends

Crafting and documenting an epic day

Yosemite Elopement Photographer

What is an "Adventure Elopement"

And how to have the best day ever

Put simply, an adventure elopement is choosing to forego a traditional wedding in favor of an adventurous experience in the great outdoors. When you work with us as your elopement photographer team, we help you plan your adventure elopement. We have a planning session to talk about your preferred landscape, how much hiking you want to do, the number of guests attending, and many other factors, so we can recommend the best possible locations and timeline for your day. And while we are your photographers there to capture epic photos, we want your elopement to be about more than just the photos. We’ll help you craft an unforgettable experience that will fill you with awe and excitement all day long, and leave you with unforgettable memories for life.

Testimonials

our happy couples and their elopement photographer praises

Sound like we're the one's for you?

Let's do this.