A fresh and creative wedding photographer in Portland, Oregon, Monkey Photography Design uses a blend of traditional photojournalism and creative portraiture to capture all of the real moments of your special day. With a photography team comprised of two people, Corey and Nichole, you have the luxury of different perspectives and shooting styles for guaranteed incredible photos. Capturing your life’s moments to cherish forever, Monkey Photography Design will leave you breathless with their timeless photos.
Why Monkey Photography? Monkey is a nickname a friend gave Corey years ago. He wanted a business name that was both silly and memorable, as photography should be fun! Driven by unique personalities, Corey loves to capture and tell the genuine story of couples. He also is motivated by giving back to his community through being an official photographer for Magic Hour, a national network of professional photographers who look to serve individuals and families fighting cancer. Nichole is the second photographer in this team. She accompanies Corey in capturing all of the little and precious moments of the wedding day.
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6 Reviews for Monkey Photography Design
Recommended by 100% of couples
Tamera · Married on 10/23/2018
Love Corey and his artistic eye! We absolutely LOVE his work! You can't go wrong with Monkey Photography.Sent on 04/11/2017
Zachary · Married on 03/31/2017
genuine. passionate. fair. Corey's got a great eye and professional attitude. do yourself a favor and go with the MonkeySent on 03/31/2017
Kara · Married on 01/01/2017
Just do it! We were so impressed with not only the quality and number of the photos we received, but the willingness of Corey and his team to do everything to help my husband and I have our dream wedding! Thank you so much, Monkey Photography Design!Sent on 04/06/2017
Corey is the real thing! Genuinely passionate about his craft, personable with his clients, and just plain good at what he does. I've known him professionally for over 4 years and he only gets better with each passing season!