My name is Dustin Finkelstein and I started this photography company for three reasons. I want to connect with each and every client on a personal level, provide a uniquely tailored experience, and offer unmatched quality service.I was given a camera as child, and once I picked it up I never put it back down. Photography stands as my greatest passion which allows me to approach each new wedding or event with fresh initiative and enthusiasm. With a background in photojournalism and commercial photography I strive to allow moments to happen naturally but capture them with a degree of elegance.
Hello! My name is Nicole Finkelstein and I’m a professional photographer here in Austin, TX -also, the wonderful wife of Dustin! We met at Ohio University, both pursuing photography in very different ways. My background is primarily fine art photography, which gives my work a unique perspective that lends itself perfectly to creative details and intimate moments. I love the opportunity to work with couples on their special day -as a couple- because we both know firsthand how precious each moment truly is.
My name is Edmond Lorts and I am an Austin-based photographer. I caught the photo bug like many others, playing with a camera as a kid. I'd take pictures of anything and everything. My hobby turned serious once I decided to take photography classes in college, where I minored in photography as a Radio, Television & Film major. I've made wedding photography my main pursuit, having shot over 300 weddings. I'm not one to be limited to one subject, though, as I've shot everything from birthday parties to world-famous celebrities, and everything in between.
Jacob Bondesen began working with Dustin Finkelstein Photography in 2015. He provides services all over Texas from San Antonio to Dallas to Houston. We are also able to travel to other states.His wedding videos capture your most precious moments throughout the entire day. He then turns them into films you want to watch and share over and over again. "I grew up realizing you can create an emotion in someone as they watch a video you’ve made and that’s what drives me – sparking some kind of reaction using images people can watch. I don’t even care if I get credit – if I wasn’t allowed to take credit anymore for my work, I’d continue to produce videos because I’m doing it for that emotion I mention. My main drive continues to be the ability to relate to people on a personal level through images.”