jesh de rox photography

posted by the scholar on September 29th, 2008
filed under: art, artists, photography

I know some of us think wedding photography can be so cheesy, but have you seen these wondrous images from contemporary Canadian artist Jesh de Rox? They are simply extraordinary, with an elegant, vintage timeless feeling achieved using modern techniques. His intimate and textural style feels like it comes much more from an whole, artistic point of view than the old methodology. And the breathtaking results transcend the traditional ideas of wedding photography and what we thought were its subsequent limitations. These are thoughtful portraits that can so easily be diplayed everyday in your home instead of in a dusty old album.



The loosely styled, posed-but-not-stiff looking images capturing the beautiful nuances of a moment in time were exactly the kind I had wanted for my own wedding so many years ago (15 years to be exact!). We did our best to articulate it to the person we had hired to shoot the wedding, but it really did not work out the way we pictured it in our minds. We can always hope for something exciting if we do a 20th vow renewal though…




For those of you lucky enough to be living in Western Canada, Jesh takes on a few commissions per year, so you might be able to ensure that the dreamiest, happiest day of your life will be recorded in the most special way. If not, you can always enjoy more of Jesh’s stunning portfolio on his website, and follow along with him on his life’s journey on his blog.

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3 Responses to “jesh de rox photography”

  1. sosser Says:

    best wedding photos ever!

    i wonder if he shoots ugly couples, too…

  2. Lauren K Says:

    Wedding themed posts are popping up everywhere! I’ve had two ‘nightmares’ about getting married over the course of the past two weeks. But these lovely photographs make the thought of getting married a little less scary.

  3. the scholar Says:

    sosser – lmao!

    lauren – nice nightmares!

    I am digging jesh’s work in a major way and am glad you both are enjoying it!

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