From Homeless to National Geographic
It’s easy to see how Clane gets remarkable images for each couple if you understand what drives him. Clane discovered photography in 2003, while living out of his car and wandering around the southwest desert of the USA. He shot images that were featured in Smithsonian, National Geographic and The New York Times, and was quickly commissioned to shoot weddings. 20 years and 500 weddings later, he’s set the gold standard for what wedding images should be. Having shot on commission in more than 50 countries, his top-tier client list includes billionaires, royalty and celebrities. His success is not just limited to the wedding industry. At the age of 33, he achieved the highest honor awarded to any photographer by shooting the cover of National Geographic’s hard copy book “Spectacle”. His ethereal images have also graced The New York Times, Forbes, Fortune, Vogue, Brides, and are sold in National Geographic Fine Art Galleries worldwide.
The Creative Team
Having become one of the most sought-after photographers in the world, Clane moved to New York and grew a studio of fine art photographers to help capture the vision of each couple. Clane taught them to use the fine art discipline to transcend wedding photos into masterful fine art images that encompass the essence of each couple and are worthy of heirloom status. Each member has been hand-selected for their attention to detail and experience, making sure each couple gets a highly curated album that helps them relive their day.
Studio members are available to shoot weddings on their own or alongside Clane, delivering the same quality and masterful images we’ve come to be known for.