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Detroit wedding photographer located in Plymouth, Michigan
Specializing in organic, timeless photography 

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 Craig David Butler Studios, Inc. | 900 Starkweather  St., Plymouth, MI 48170

Craig Butler

Owner, lead photographer of Craig David Butler Studios, Inc.

 

My passion lies with capturing the heart and soul of every wedding. Weddings are not as much about artificial, posed photos as it is capturing those raw moments of emotion: your first look with dad, the laughs and tears with your partner for life, or a meaningful memorial of a loved one who has passed. It is my goal to preserve these moments for generations to come with photography that will stand against the test of time. 

 

With 22 years of experience and over 850 weddings, you can be

confident that your wedding photography and videography will be in

the hands of a professional you trust. Let's meet over coffee so you

can see first hand the passion for art, memories, and love that I share

with each couple I have the honor of photographing.

 

My first bride, my wife (1989)

Photography has fascinated me ever since I could remember. My father shot weddings as a hobby when I was growing up, and I still remember being intrigued by his film photography equipment. Although photography continued to be a hobby in my life, my calling to become a wedding photographer didn't happen until my wife and I experienced disaster with our own wedding photos. We hired someone with no experience, and the photos reflected that. Looking at my wife with tears in her eyes, I knew I never wanted any bride to ever experience that feeling. I had her put on her dress and took my own photos of her, and I haven't been able to stay away from capturing weddings since. 

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