los angeles wedding photographer evangeline


I'm a romantic and I love capturing the dynamic and connection between two people. The imperfect moments, the laughter, the nerves, and all of the outtakes in between. I've had clients tell me that when they look through my work they feel like, even though they don't know them personally, they are looking through a collection of images of a friend's wedding. As if they were there celebrating along side them and cheering them on. That's my goal. To capture the vibe and energy of your day so that when you look back through your images you are transported to those moments and feelings.

I absolutely love photographing weddings but sometimes I really hate the wedding industry. If you're celebrating in your grandparents back yard or eloping at the courthouse it's just as special as one that is happening on top of a mountain or in a far off location and no one should make you feel otherwise. I will tell you that my favorite weddings to shoot are ones where the couple does what they want to do and don't allow the "wedding industry complex" to dictate otherwise. The couples who do what is meaningful for them and trust me to capture it authentically. 


Being a creative is in my blood. I was raised in a rather unconventional setting surrounded by eclectic artists and musicians listening to stories of my mom riding bareback through the canyons of Los Angeles, hippie days in San Francisco, and recording songs with Neil Young.  I grew up on stage alongside her watching her through her many stages of music from rock n roll and folk and embarrassing me as being the only mom who showed up to school wearing MC Hammer pants when everyone else's moms wore pearls.  I was taught to value the arts and feed my soul with trips to museums and books about adventure and travel.  Because of this I moved out on my own at the age of 16 and took off exploring the United States living in New York City, Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, and a small artist town in Western Massachusetts all within five years.  I taught myself photography along the way graduating quickly from polaroid and disposable cameras to film and eventually digital. Being self-taught I hit some bumps along the road and had quite a few doors shut in my face but I never gave up on my dream.  I found my way to weddings through chance and during a time when wedding photography was generally cheesy and uninspired. I became obsessed with being part of the movement that changed this and I haven't looked back since.

When I'm not photographing weddings you can find me roaming the streets of Venice with my baby girl Vivienne or hiking with my fur child: rescue pup Chichi and crazy cat/escape artist Master Fidel aka Fidel Catstro. No, Fidel doesn't hike along but you catch the drift. 

Seen In:

Green Wedding Shoes
JuneBug Weddings
100 Layer Cake
San Diego Magazine
A Practical Wedding
Wedding Chicks
Rock n Roll Bride
The Boston Globe
Martha Stewart
Grey Likes Weddings
Reverie Gallery
Boho Weddings
Offbeat Bride



los angeles wedding photographer evangeline lane




2018 Wedding Locations
San Francisco
Los Angeles
Hudson Valley
Santa Barbara

2017 Wedding Locations
Los Angeles
Cape Cod

San Diego
Riviera Maya
Palm Springs

2016 Wedding Locations
Las Vegas
Cabo San Lucas
Big Sur
Santa Barbara
Palos Verde
Los Angeles

2015 Wedding Locations:
Jose Ignacio, Uruguay
Playa Carmen
Grafton, Vermont
Los Angeles
Big Sur
Winters, California
Palos Verdes
Paso Robles
San Diego