Jackson Hole based, photographer Jay Nel-McIntosh is committed to commemorating the authentic feeling of your wedding day in a laid back and professional way. Jay brings a sense of mindfulness and fun to the process that allows you to fully experience your celebration, knowing your photos are taken care of.
Whether your vision is an intimate elopement, an adventurous party, or a timeless wedding celebration, Jay gets excited about illustrating your story including all details big and small. With a degree in photojournalism, her approach to weddings is candid, natural and fun.
Your wedding photographer becomes a big part of your day, and it is important to feel a connection. Jay loves the process of getting to know couples before their wedding and is always happy to help with location planning, logistics and connecting other local vendors. More than just the lady behind the lens, Jay loves helping couples ease wedding stress by finding the right location for their celebration and photos – the stunning locations in Grand Teton National Park, Jackson Hole and nearby Idaho are endless.
On your wedding day, Jay has a knack for making her clients feel comfortable and confident. Her easy-going and adaptable approach allows her to be a fly on the wall for all your genuine moments, while also knowing when to grab you for a quick photo when the light is just right.
With a range of customizable wedding packages, her hope is that your photos capture the passion and energy of your day and that you love the photo taking process itself!
Want to see more? View a selection of wedding photos here: www.jayphotography.com/wedding-photographer
Team of Jay Photography
Originally from Canada, at the age of 13 my grandmother gave me my first camera for a family trip to South Africa, little did I know at the time this would shape my whole future.
That first big international trip gave me insight into how differently people live, to beauty I hadn't imagined, to the power of nature, and to a bond over capturing it through photography with with my grandma that only grew stronger as the years went on.
Having now traveled to over 45 countries, studying photojournalism at university and working as a news photographer in Australia, my camera has become a tool for connecting to people and culture. It has been a way of sharing experiences with others, and preserving memories.
I was drawn to wedding photography, because being able to capture a day with such raw emotion, happiness and love brings me ultimate joy and purpose in photography.