How we doin? I'm William LaMont
I'm not gonna claim to be the definition of a Modern Outlaw, but it is something I live up to as best I can.
I've spent a lot of time overseas and I've seen some real bad news on the horizon. I know the value of what is at stake here in the U.S.A
STRENGTH - TRADITION - LIBERTY
I acknowledge this country isn't perfect, but that's why our forefathers set it up so we can keep revising and perfecting it as we go forward. I've studied the rise and fall of nations, both ancient and modern, and the threat to ours is a real one. Post-modern hypocrites seek to undermine our systems and traditions. I will not repeat their lies.
I figured there needed to be someone who stands up for people like you and me, someone who gives couples the chance to be represented faithfully, beautifully, and honestly. I wanted someone out there who appreciates true beauty, respects our ancestors and veterans who sacrificed so much for us, and above all, respects traditional liberty.
If not me, then who?
My Professional Background
I'm a Portrait Photographer
Let's just say I've been doing this for a long time. Like, 20 years now. Sure, weddings are something new for me, but they aren't anything different. I'm used to this kind of pressure and dedication.
Putting it another way, just last year I took on two $15K jobs involving local private schools. I've been the principal photographer and media consultant for major charities, shooting 6-hour long music concerts and doing band promotions for their tours. I have a team of assistants and stylists that work for me.
Spending a few hours in the wild with people I'd be proud to call my compatriots is an honor and a privilege.
I got you - let's create something awesome and authentic.
I've heard too many stories about the day being ruined for the couple by disappointed relatives, wasted food, and a feeling that the wedding ended up being all about the guests, or - heaven forbid - the mother-in-law. My own wedding was like that.
So we had 2!
Our first wedding was a public affair that coloured my idea of weddings forever. My father in law invited his friends and old workmates, and oh man could they drink. He meant well, but it was uncomfortable. Looking back at our photographs from that day, my wife and I look like two possums caught in the headlights of a car.
So we made a plan to have a second wedding just for us, an elopement, not that we knew it at the time. We just hired a photographer for the day and went to our favourite spots around Auckland in some hired outfits. Then on the weekend, we had a barbeque at the beach for our friends and family. It was GREAT.
I want that kind of experience for you, too.
How Elopements Work
Elopements were thought of like "shotgun weddings." That's not really true anymore.
An elopement is a wedding with a small party of guests in a non-traditional space, like hiking out into nature, a helicopter ride to an uninhabited island, or on horseback. The possibilities are limited only by your imagination.
Full-service means I take care of arranging everything for you. Interested? Click below to
At the end of the day...
I'm just an American looking out for my countrymen. I still believe that the American Dream exists, because I've seen this country from the outside. It takes hard work and dedication, and an appreciation of what the alternatives are. They aren't good.
If you agree with that and want to have a wedding that celebrates traditional American values, then you send me a message right now.
Looking forward to hearing from you,
~William M La Mont