Erin Langford is one of Salt Lake City’s premier wedding photographers. Erin started her career studying photojournalism at Southern Utah University where she was the photo editor at her campus paper. After working various photography jobs she started her own business photographing weddings and portraits in 2006. With her background in photojournalism she incorporates a candid approach to her wedding work. With 10 years and over 100 weddings under her belt she has the experience necessary to handle your special day. Her work has been published in newspapers and magazines throughout Utah and Idaho and appeared on several popular wedding planning sites. Erin has won awards from the Intermountain Professional Photographers Association, Professional Photographers of America, the Society of Professional Journalists and the Utah Newspaper Photographers Association. She was honored to be named Rookie Photographer of the Year by IPPA in 2014.
Daybreak, South Jordan, Utah
Wedding and portrait photographer (10 years)
Married to Dan. We grew up on the same street and I took swimming lessons in his family’s pool but we didn’t actually meet until he came home from his mission. I believe in first loves and happily ever afters.
Two darling girls ages 4 and 1. They keep me on my toes.
Mac or PC:
I am an avid reader and my favorite has alway been The Scarlet Pimpernel by Baroness Orczy. Other favorites include: Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier, The Rose Garden by Susanna Kearsley, Edenbrooke by Julianne Donaldson and The Maid of Fairbourne Hall by Julie Klassen.
Fiddler on the Roof, but if I ever get to see Hamilton in person it might top it.
Favorite wedding moment:
The first dance
Favorite TV Show:
Outlander, Downton Abbey
Peanut Butter M&Ms and Almond Joy
“Falling Slowly” from Once
Portland and the Oregon Coast. I love visiting beach towns and touring lighthouses.
Favorite part of being a photographer:
I love that I am documenting history for a new family. I know that their wedding album is something their children will cherish for generations to come.
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