Growing up, I wanted to be a writer. I never imagined I would use photography to help tell stories. You and your partner are already writing the story of your love. I have the honor to help tell that story through photography. That is exactly what being a gay wedding photographer in Seattle means to me. 

When I first became a wedding photographer, I was living in the Midwest in a state with laws banning same-sex marriage. Every wedding I photographed looked the same. Every story I helped tell was the same and the idea I would ever be able to experience the celebration of a love that looked like mine was foreign to me. Being able to photograph the diverse range of all love encompasses seemed even more foreign.

Now, I get to spend my time celebrating couples from all walks of life. I get to help you celebrate the story you are already writing. Regardless your shape, size, skin tone, religion, or partner, you are welcome here.

And I celebrate passionate couples

I'm a gay wedding photographer in Seattle, WA

Hi, I'm Ty Z. Wilson

You deserve stunning images that show the joy and life in your relationship. When you choose me as your wedding photographer, this is my number one priority. You deserve magazine-worthy images that continue to bring joy to your life years after the day they were taken.

Sometimes print and online curators feel the same way about your images and wish to highlight them in their publications. Because of this, I have been honored to have my work displayed in Vogue, WeddingWire, The Knot, What if we Elope, Zola, and more.

My work can be seen in Vogue, WeddingWire, the Knot, What if we Elope, Zola, and more.

in the press

Growing up in a conservative Christian family in the Midwest, coming out as a gay man wasn’t an easy decision to make. 

Coming out in a
conservative midwest family

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I'm dying to get to know you, so let's grab coffee or a cocktail (even if virtually!) and talk details. I want to hear all about you and your partner, how you met, what you love, and the day you're planning.

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