Charlotte Jenks Lewis is a Brooklyn-based photographer who has shot weddings all around the world. Her style is playful and romantic, capturing the character of her subjects with whimsical, timeless images.
Whether she's using her antique Rolleiflex for its soft, airy quality, or shooting digital for its saturated color, Charlotte's work is always elegant and fresh.
Her work has been featured in Martha Stewart Weddings, Town and Country Weddings, Brides, Marie Claire, O Magazine; and on 100 Layer Cake, Once Wed, and Style me Pretty, among others. She was also the recipient of BRIDES Magazine's Editor's Choice Award.
Before she started running around with heavy bags of cameras, Charlotte attended Vassar College. She now calls Brooklyn home, where she and her husband share a common devotion to brunch.
Sandy SooHoo graduated from Boston University with a degree in English and Film Studies. She didn’t realize it at the time, but she was building a foundation in “storytelling”, a skill that has made her into an insightful and thoughtful photographer.
Like Charlotte, Sandy shoots with a combination of digital and film. her favorite camera is her Hasselblad X-Pan, an antique panoramic film camera perfect for capturing an entire scene.
Sandy is a second shooter for Charlotte at larger weddings and is also available for her own events.
When she’s not shooting weddings, Sandy’s partial to bourbon, quality BBQ, the color orange, and biking around Cobble Hill, Brooklyn.
After having Charlotte shoot her own wedding, and farming Charlotte out to shoot all of her friends’ weddings, Kate finally joined the CJL team in an official capacity.
Kate has a trained eye, loves all things wedding planning and lives by her Google calendar.
Please contact Kate for all wedding and commercial inquiries: email@example.com