in all this forethought, but what happens is not the guest list or the seating chart, what happens is a moment in time, a moment of your life is suddenly marked, and the joy it brings is something lifelong and unexpected. And it’s that part, the part you didn't schedule, that’s what I want to capture for you. The unpredictable split seconds that you didn’t know at the time would mean so much. That’s what I want to give you. All the things that were unforeseen, and filled with meaning, that you can now hold onto and look back on for years to come.

Jonas watches way too much television, drinks lots of
Coffee, and likes to draw on stuff. He lives in the Pacific Northwest. He's in love with a girl named Mary. She has freckles and loves him right back. 

How about you? How’d you two meet? What made you fall in love?
And what do you have planned so far for your wedding day?

Let’s start talking!

It's weird talking about myself in the third person. Let’s try this again. I’ve been photographing weddings now for over a decade. I guess I should start with why? Why weddings? I’m a person who never thought I'd get married, but I did. I never thought I’d be a wedding photographer, but I am. And those two decisions, paths I never planned for, turned out to give me a far greater sense of meaning in my life than anything I initially set out to do. This was something completely unexpected. It's just like a wedding. You make all these plans, you put in all this forethought, but what happens is not the guest list or the seating chart, what happens is a moment in time, a moment of your life is suddenly marked, and the joy it brings is something lifelong and unexpected. And it’s that part, the part you didn't schedule, that’s what I want to capture for you. The unpredictable split seconds that you didn’t know at the time would mean so much. That’s what I want to give you. All the things that were unforeseen, and filled with meaning, that you can now hold onto and look back on for years to come. 

About Jonas

Jonas Seaman Photography

It's really weird talking about myself in the third person. Let’s try this again. I’ve been photographing weddings now for over a decade. I guess I should start with why? Why weddings? I’m a person who never thought I'd get married, but I did. I never thought I’d be a wedding photographer, but I am. And those two decisions, paths I never planned for, turned out to give me a far greater sense of meaning in my life than anything I initially set out to do. This was something completely unexpected. It's just like a wedding. You make all these plans, you put

For the last several years I've been joined on every wedding by my wife Mary as a second shooter. She enjoys staying behind the scenes, but so much of Jonas Seaman Photography has her fingerprints all over it.

Mary unashamedly loves Debbie Gibson.

MARY