Chattanooga’s Life With A View Studio Wins WeddingWire Couples’ Choice Award

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Life with a View Studio, owned by husband and wife team Brittany and Dustin Carpenter, has won a 2014 WeddingWire Couples’ Choice Award for their wedding photography. The award ranks them in the top 5 percent of wedding vendors on WeddingWire, a Fortune top 40 company. Life with a View Studio serves couples in Chattanooga, Knoxville, Nashville, North Georgia, Atlanta and beyond.

From the initial consultation to the finished wedding album, Life with a View Studio is "dedicated to providing couples with an exceptional photography experience." . What sets them apart from the rest is their interest in getting to know the couples they photograph.

While Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter are both under the age of 30, they’ve been together for 10 years and have eight years of experience in photography under their belts. Their complementary work styles and ability to communicate allow them to develop long lasting bonds with their clients, said officials.

“The pictures are absolutely stunning," says Katrina Falinski, a Life with a View bride.  "They are all beautiful and I am so thankful to have found you. You were wonderful to work with.” 

Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter grew up in North Georgia and Chattanooga.  Mrs. Carpenter graduated from O’Moore College of Design with a degree in Visual Communications, and Mr. Carpenter earned his teaching degree with a business focus from Middle Tennessee State University. They both share a love for capturing life’s beautiful moments through the art of photography.

For more information, please contact Mrs. Carpenter at 413-6559 or baskew1101@gmail.com. Information can also be found at www.lifewithaviewstudio.com.


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