Chelsea Fabrizio


"I'm inspired by my own love story, so you can expect me to understand how much you value yours."

I was born and raised in Utah, and I've always had a deep appreciation for my surroundings.  I grew up in Salt Lake City, but spent all of my summers hiking, camping, rock-climbing, and horse-back riding in the Southern Utah deserts. I'm married to my better half- Jack, and I still wake up with the biggest grin on my face knowing that he is allll mine!

 I believe that photography is an art of observation. Every love story is different, and I feel so blessed to get a glimpse of yours.

I've learned a lot from shooting weddings. I started to see people, hear their stories, feel their wedding jitters. I realized what a blessing, challenge and responsibility it was to be a part of the happiest day of a couple's life. I get the biggest butterflies in my stomach when my brides e-mail me back saying they are thrilled about the images, or that she's already framing them.  I treat every wedding as if it was my own. I want every image to be perfect, and I really take the compliments personally. 

A few too many happy tears have been shed,
and for that I am forever grateful.



THE KNOT - Best of weddings pick for 2018
Utah Valley Bride - Best of Temple Pictures 2017
Utah Valley Bride - Best of instagram Pictures 2017




This girl is the real deal! You'll never be disappointed in Chelsea's work, her customer service, and her over-all professionalism.


If I could give Chelsea more than 5 stars I would! She is so so sweet and helpful and captured my wedding day PERFECTLY! 

Kind Words 

Chelsea was by far the best choice we made in our whole wedding process. She went above and beyond, and I don't know what we would have done without her! My wife and I both feel like we walked away with a lifetime friend. We love you Chels, and you are SO talented in so many ways, and we will hire you again and again!

"My wife and I both feel like we walked away with a lifetime friend. "


When people look at my pictures,
I want them to feel the way they do
when they want to read a line of a poem twice.