Hey there! I'm Lindsey Paradiso, an inclusive elopement and wedding photographer based in Seattle, Washington.
As much as I love the art behind photography, it is connecting with my couples that truly inspires me – you can expect sessions with me to be relaxed, carefree and filled with a lot of dad jokes. I want our time together to be an opportunity for you two to really enjoy one another!
There's a lot that goes into planning a wedding day and it's my job to help you figure at least some of these things out! Your engagement session, lighting, vendors and timeline are all aspects of your day I can offer solid advice on.
It's in my nature to be in nature! Trying to preserve the way that the great outdoors makes me feel is a big part of why I choose the shoot locations that I do. I try to shoot primarily with natural light, but I am comfortable working in all types of lighting conditions.
My husband, Matt, and I have two dogs – if you have dogs and want to bring them to your session, the answer is always a very enthusiastic YES!
So what do you think? Are you up for hanging out with me for 6-10 hours? If you're thinking yes, then reach out and let's get this party started! I can't wait to get to know you and capture this time in your life!
"Lindsey is AMAZING!!! My fiancé and I took our engagement photos with her and despite the gloomy weather Lindsey created absolute magic. She is so fun to work with and made us feel so comfortable and ourselves." - Carson S.
"...she was so helpful and clearly knew what she was doing, she even jumped in to help with ties and boutonnieres when the guys looked lost... she did an amazing job capturing all of the sweet moments of the day which when I look back shows a glimpse of the whole day not just the portrait moments." - Isabella B.
"My fiancée and I were both a little nervous, but Lindsey made us feel so comfortable, she is so laid back and it really just felt like we were playing around and hanging out with a friend. We got the photos back so quickly and my jaw dropped when we saw them." - Katherine F.