Jeremy Bustos

Jeremy founded Studio This Is over 15 years ago in the DC area and has photographed worldwide. All those years ago, he was one of the first to challenge the industry's standards by crafting a stylized "editorial look" into his wedding photography. Because of his unique style, his recognition grew outside the wedding industry, and he quickly accumulated commercial clients. This blend of creative disciplines between wedding and commercial photography allows Jeremy to capture his subjects in a dynamic, timeless way.

Photography is more than just capturing an image - it's about capturing emotions and narrating a story. Every couple I have the opportunity to photograph is distinct in its own way. As a photographer, my favorite aspect of shooting weddings is getting to know people and capturing their special day in a manner that allows them to relish the moment without worrying about being photographed.

Notable Work:
Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton’s Wedding, People, Grace Ormonde Wedding Style, Inside Weddings, The Knot, Chicago Style Weddings, and more, as well as on most popular wedding blogs like Elizabeth Anne Designs, Style Me Pretty, Carats and Cake, and Junebug Weddings. In the commercial world, he shot fashion/lifestyle for brands such as the Del Coronado, Moxy Hotels, Brush Creek Ranch, and many others.


I just wanted to personally say thank you.
You guys were the most incredible team of people to work with & we couldn’t be happier we were able to have you for our day.
Your attention to detail, creativity & teamwork showed in every way yesterday. We can’t thank you enough, you were a well oiled machine & we couldn’t be more excited to see the photos. From the bottom of our hearts, we are so happy to call you our friends. You made our day that much better. Everyone was so impressed with you guys & we just knew we had made the right decision
from the start. So thank you!


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