Jessica K. Feiden is a

Destination Wedding Photographer that captures timeless and classic images  - standing the test of time.

I love that my job allows me to travel frequently throughout New England, the Cape and Islands and beyond to capture a couple’s first day as Mr. & Mrs. My clients often say I am a calming presence on their wedding day, where they forget that I am even there photographing them. This approach allows me to capture the true, raw, authentic emotion & love between a couple.

I come from a family with a long line of small business owners. After graduating college, I joined the corporate world but always longed to be my very own #girlboss. After many years of feeling uncreative, unmotivated and lacking purpose during my 9-5, I picked up a camera and started photographing weddings on the weekend. Despite working seven days a week, with little to no sleep, I felt the most alive and invigorated while capturing the most important day in another couple's life. It was then when I realized I needed to be fearless in the pursuit on what set my soul on fire. I took a risk and followed my dreams. I’ve been photographing weddings for over 3 years and I truly love my craft and all of the couples I have the honor of capturing.

Beyond Photography...

Beyond Photography, there are so many aspects of life that make me, me! From running to traveling the world, here, I share a little glimpse into what life looks like for me outside of the all the pretty with weddings! I look forward to having the opportunity to learn more about you, too!

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If money grew on trees, I would travel the world and run a marathon in every state and continent! (I’ve ran in 18 states -
3 full marathons and 17 half marathons)

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I’ve traveled to Italy, France, Spain, Portugal, Ireland, England, Scotland, Bermuda & Canada

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 I feel more at home in a  J.Crew blazer than in a pair of lululemon pants.

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My bubbly personality matches all of my favorite beverages (champagne & seltzer water)

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I come from a family with a long line of small business owners. (I have the same initials as my grandfather who ran his own furniture store)