New England natives and husband-and-wife duo Brandon and Gabi Fox. Having traveled the country extensively for the last three years, they bring a unique experience to passionate, adventurous and creative couples in the New England area.
Three years ago, Brandon and Gabi left their jobs in Boston, packed a fraction of their belongings into a vintage 16-foot camper, and headed west. “It was a crazy idea,” says Brandon. “But we wanted to focus full-time on our two biggest passions, rock climbing and photography.”
That year, they traveled to Colorado, Washington, California, Texas, Tennessee and everywhere in between. They spent their time scaling cliffs and boulders, documenting the journey through their images.
“We honed our photography skills that year, capturing beautiful landscapes, portraits of fellow travelers and of course rock climbing,” says Brandon. “It was extremely formative in developing our shooting style and eye for composition.”
After that first year, they knew there would be a second. Brandon and Gabi’s dream was to launch The Foxes Photography, taking their work on the road. But, “to run a mobile photography business, we needed a place that would allow us to work and be creative wherever we traveled,” notes Gabi. So they bought a 1972 Airstream, which they gut-renovated into their dream live/work space. Complete with a solar system and an airy, modern interior, the Airstream is now their studio-on-wheels.
“Our interest in wedding photography actually began with our own love story,” says Gabi. “Brandon had proposed to me on our travels that first year. While planning our wedding, it got us thinking about how fun it would be to meet other couples and capture something as special as their wedding day.”
Drawing inspiration from life on the road, their images feature a candid, artistic approach.
“Being a newlywed husband-and-wife team, we know firsthand how important photos are in helping you relive all the amazing moments from your wedding,” says Gabi. “Our photography is a reflection of our passion for creativity, storytelling, and the knowledge that what we capture will be cherished forever.”
Having returned to Boston for their own wedding last October, they’ve made plans to stick around. “We’re really excited about moving back semi-permanently and working with the incredible couples here,” says Brandon. “Yes, semi-permanently; New England winters are still a great time to travel!”
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