Jay & Sandi Cassario
Sandi and I started this photography business at the beginning of 2012, unsure exactly what it was or what it would turn into. We have gone from photographing our friends and family to struggling to keep track of the weddings we are booking. At the beginning of 2014, Sandi left her full time job in order to keep up with the growing business, and it was the smartest decision we could have made. We also brought on our first associate photographer to help with the growing business, and make our team even stronger and more talented. We have a huge year ahead of us in 2014 and we couldn't be more excited to see where it leads us.
If you don't know us, Sandi and I have been married since 2005, and we put our hearts and souls into this photography business. We met shortly after high school, started dating, and 7 years later we were married. We've done some pretty cool things together, been to some pretty cool places, and met some pretty cool people along the way. We've been to Guatemala several times, where we've worked side by side building homes, schools, and water purification systems for families in need. We also sponsored a little Mayan girl that we fell in love with along the way until she left grade school. Working together isn't anything new for us, so it only feels natural to be running a business together.
We run this business with the mindset that the photos we take will be enjoyed for the rest of your life, and have value well beyond what you pay for them. This is a team of talented photographers that individually can do amazing things with a camera. To keep everything consistent, I do all the editing and provide the final product to our clients. We have a unique style that may not be for everyone, but we hope that if you like it you will give us the opportunity to work with you. Please read about our associate photographers below. You can find us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and we update our blog regularly so please stop in often to see our most recent work. You can also see my personal work at www.jaycassariophoto.com.