Hi! I’m Teresa Nuñez, a wedding, boudoir, and sometime fashion photographer. I work with creative brides, grooms and partners to tell awesome stories with photos; together we can take traditional wedding photography up a notch with fashion-inspired styling and techniques! And, as a boudoir photographer, I excel in helping women (and men) of all kinds find their most sensual side -without the awkwardness.
I’ve been shooting photos for more than ten years, first by developing & printing rolls of film in my college darkroom in 2004, then progressing to digital fashion work with various designers & stylists in Southern California. While I enjoy working with models, there’s something so amazing about real people, real bodies and real love stories. Which is why I go into wedding, engagement & elopement photography.
I started Nuñez Photography to help every person I shoot feel beautiful, on their own terms and in their own skin. Do you have a unique vision? Dreaming of a fashion-inspired shoot? Want to put your own stamp on your wedding photography? Bring it on. I’d love to help you create that wedding or boudoir shoot you just can’t get out of your head.
Myself, I’m a recovering art student, an introvert and a crazy cat lady. Fun fact: at one time I wanted to be a vet! And still donate lots of time and energy to kitties in need. Style-wise, I love the out-and-out glamour and class of the pin-up girl, but like to mix it up with more cutting edge looks. I’m a little bit goofy and I definitely have a weird side.
I’m local to the the Portland, Oregon area - Vancouver, WA to be exact - and the Los Angeles area is my home away from home. I have so much affection for my community but love to travel, so I’ve always got a suitcase packed for wedding photography assignments near and far.
The Wedding Collections begin at $1100 and are detailed to each couple. I take pride in creatively capturing the romantic and playful moments of every wedding. For wedding photographer inquiries or bookings contact me here.
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