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I never expected to be as fortunate as I am, to get to wake up every morning and do what I love. I have an unbelievably amazing wife with whom I get to share all these wonderful experiences. She is a great business partner and a very talented photographer in her own right. The current wedding market is too heavily focused on branding and marketing-- somewhere along the line I think everyone forgot that wedding photography is about caring deeply for the amazing people we get to work with. Capturing all those wonderful moments that make up a wedding!  You have to do this job because you love it! 

Aaron Delesie is one of the most sought after and published wedding photographers in the world.  For the past two decades, Aaron has traveled the globe shooting milestone events for an illustrious clientele.  His diverse background in advertising and celebrity portraiture, coupled with his formal education — a BFA in photography from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California — has enabled him to capture images of unmatched technical ability and unparalleled style for the wedding industry.

Aaron’s career began in New York City where he was privileged enough to work with some of the top portrait shooters of the 21st century, including Mary-Ellen Mark, and Arnold Newman. Encouraged and inspired by his mentors, Aaron began shooting editorial and advertising assignments on his own, with an emphasis on still life. Within a few short years, Aaron’s work began to transform into the business that it is today — an international destination event photography company serving clientele from celebrities to the Fortune 500.

Aaron’s work has been published in magazines in over 30 countries and in other U.S. media outlets, including television. He often featured in publications including Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Time, People, Martha Stewart, Oprah, Fast Company, Brides, Town and Country, C magazine, Instyle, Inside Weddings, Angeleno, OK Magazine, The New York Times, and Grace Ormonde.

Aaron's studio truly embraces a boutique sensibility. A very small client roster allows him to hyper focus on the very diverse needs of his clients, and allows him to manage all aspects of his clients’ work personally.