Sarah is an award-winning photographer specializing in capturing weddings in unique destinations around the world. No matter where in the world she is shooting, whether it is a private estate in the south of France or on a secluded beach in Asia, Sarah's mission is to craft a set of images that speak to the client's unique personality and wedding celebration. She takes on a limited number of clients a year, focusing on photographying multi-day events, pre-wedding portraits, and honeymoons.
Ben Carpenter is a lead photographer at Sarah Carpenter Photography and works alongside Sarah on each event. His experience in Computer Science and understanding of Photoshop have allowed Ben to take on the behind the scenes tasks of building and updating the website as well as any heavier retouching that is needed for clean images.
From the beginning, Ben and I have worked together as a photography team. Having almost 15 years of experience working together on projects and learning to communicate in our relationship and now as parents, we are able to move around each other and understand the needs of the other person almost as if it’s a choreographed dance. We grew our love of photography together during our first year of marriage, finding ourselves enamored with the way it can freeze intimate and beautiful moments and continue to find joy in joining in the celebration of our couples around the globe. Ben’s engineering background brings technical creativity, problem solving strategy, and ability to balance Sarah’s wistful romance to Sarah Carpenter Photography.
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Sarah’s work has been featured in blogs and print publications such as Martha Stewart Weddings, BRIDES, Style Me Pretty, Wedding Sparrow, Magnolia Rouge, Once Wed, Belle Lumiere Magazine, Confetti, and more. She was named one of “9 Awesome Seattle Wedding Photographers” by Magnolia Rouge and one of the “The 9 Best Fine Art Photographers in Seattle” by Peerspace. She won Color Image of the Year for the 2019 Belle Lumiere End of the Year Awards and was voted PhotoVision's 2019 fan-favorite.