Peter Lobozzo Photography
Born, bred, and schooled in Maine, I was very much shaped by those icy winters, the New England tenacity, and that coastal charm. Jackson, Wyoming became my destination post-college, beckoning with higher altitudes (deeper powder) and clearer rivers (trout fishing). What’s kept me in Jackson has been the space–vast expanses of nature in which to move and be moved. The landscape here has got a hold on me.
Over time, I found myself increasingly documenting my life in the out of doors. I wanted to commit the moments to memory. I wanted to create nostalgia through pictures. What began as taking pictures soon evolved into creating images, and here I am…a professional photographer.
I would qualify myself as a portrait photographer with adventure/lifestyle roots (ie I love an epic backdrop that is hard to get to). Candid moments, vivid colors, and clean lines make my creative juices flow. Currently I am honing my craft, defining my style, and trying to shoot as much as possible. Please reach out so we can plan my next photography adventure TOGETHER.
What do you consider your style to be? Living where I do (Jackson Hole) I work a lot with scale, clean mountain lines at sunset, and epic views. But as a portrait photographer at heart, I get just as excited by good window light and intimate moments. I guess I love it all...which makes me well-rounded and adaptable.
What are your favorite kinds of couples to work with? Any and all couples who love to say 'YES' to a little bit of an adventure. I am down to be a 'fly on the wall' photographer, but I thrive with couples who like to get down and dirty for the sake of some art making.
How did you get started in the wedding industry? Honestly, I didn't start out thinking I was going to be a wedding photographer. But I was told that I had an eye for it and was easy/fun to work with. I did a few weddings and the referrals started rolling in. Now I'm hooked.
Do you travel for clients? If so, where? Yes of course. Wherever they want! Utah desert, coastal Maine, Brazil, etc. It's definitely one of the best perks of the job.