Francis Sylvest | Elopement & Wedding Photographer & Videographer
I’m a wedding cinematographer and photographer based in Boulder, Colorado but travel exclusively to & specialize in Iceland and New Zealand elopements & weddings. I specialize in elopements and small intimate weddings for couples who want to share an intentional experience with their closest loved ones in a laid back setting.
Most days, you’ll find me spending time with my wife, Elsa. Others, I’m sharing meaningful conversations over coffee or beer with friends, hitting the slopes or trails, or scouring google maps for my next wedding or getaway.
Lightroom / Natural Light / Photojournalism
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How would you describe your photography style?
Music, Cinema, art. All of these mediums shape the way I view film. But, sculpture best captures my approach. Like a work of art unveiled from a single block of stone, your story already exists. It’s just a matter of trimming away the excess and getting to the core of what brought you both together.
How do you ensure that your clients feel comfortable and relaxed during the photo shoot?
The goal isn’t to create a trendy narrative or portray you in a way that misrepresents you. Instead, I want to understand your journey and what you’re looking for, so we can capture the intricate details that no one else sees and bring them to the surface through film. Those moments of shadows, lights, and everything in between, those details already exist; they are yours, and they give life to your masterpiece. Film & photography, allows you to preserve some of your most meaningful moments, creating a cinematic legacy that you can revisit and share for generations to come.