Gotta love the opening line of Jill and Greg's JFP review!:
"My review for J. Foley Photography could easily just be: "Drop everything you're doing and book him now. Do it. Trust me. The end." But I assume you'd like to know all the reasons why. Well, let me count the ways... I know a couple gals who had Jeff as their wedding photographer and I heard great things - plus his portfolio looked beautiful. When I first met him at a bridal show, I liked him immediately and felt very comfortable with him, which is so important considering the time spent with your photographer on your wedding day. I can't tell you how many times before, during and after the wedding that I said, "I'm so glad we have Jeff!" I always felt like we were in good hands. In the months/weeks before the day, we kept in touch and he was always responsive when I reached out to him. The itinerary he put together for the day was so helpful, not only to my husband and I but to the wedding party and to our family, so everyone knew where they had to be and when. The day of the wedding could not have been more fun. I never felt like anything was awkward or cheesy. And I loved the mix of posed pictures along with all the candid shots ... And Jamie Benson was such a delight to work with. She and Jeff worked great together and her laugh was infectious. Following the wedding, we loved seeing the teaser photos on Facebook and Instagram. And here we are, just 2 1/2 weeks after the wedding and our album is already finished. The photos are insanely good. I love that Jeff really captured our personalities and it didn't look like any generic cookie cutter wedding. It truly looked like us. I've had several people reach out to tell us how great the pictures turned out. Some of them look like they could be straight out of a magazine (but again, still looking like us). A friend texted me yesterday and just wrote: "Obsessed with your photog." Same, girl."
Thank you, guys! xoxo
Did you know that Jeff and Jeanette, the husband-wife team that make up JFP, have a camera to thank for their marriage? Jeff was working as a photographer and Jeanette was working as a model ... The rest is, as they say, history!