Behind Technicolor Weddings is a group of working artists. Bill McCullough, Meredith Miller and Jana Horn. Bill is a photographer and musician. Meredith is a printmaker and bookbinder, and Jana Horn a musician and fiction writer. Coming from this perspective, we approach photographing weddings with a strong visual point of view, influenced by different disciplines and ideas. Our main point being to capture life as it is: no staging, no acting. It’s the nontraditional style Bill pioneered 17 years ago. His work has, from the start, been identifiable and influential.
As artists and documentarians, we care deeply about keeping the arts and the environment alive! And– as artists, alas– we also understand budget constraints. That’s why we offer financial incentives for climate-conscious decisions such as opting out of the use of disposable water bottles at an event, or choosing to have a wedding at a nonprofit, secular space (i.e. a museum, or state/national park).
We hope that our work not only provides clients with engaging, intimate photographs of their event, but also works with our clients toward a bigger picture.
Bill McCullough is a self-taught American photographer. His work has exhibited worldwide and appeared in numerous publications, including The New York Times Magazine, New Yorker, Wired, New York Magazine, PHOTONEWS (Germany), Iskusstvo (Russia), and National Geographic. He currently has two books: Technicolor Life and Tone Poem. Technicolor Life features photographs taken for wedding clients that are now included in the permanent collections at both the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston and the Portland Art Museum.
A short list of awards includes a FotoFest Discovery Award and first place at the International Festival of Photography Photovisa IV in Krasnodar, Russia. He has been selected for the top 100 wedding photographers in the world for the last four years, 2015-2018. He lives in Austin, Texas, with his wife, Meredith, a printmaker and bookbinder.