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I’m excited to share in being featured in one of the top photography industry magazines which I’ve been a subscriber to for a while. I’m proud that some of my greatest adventure weddings and shoots have been recognized and showcased here in this popular photography magazine.  Thank you to Professional Photographer Magazine and to Jeff Kent for the gracious interview.  My wedding from last year’s Mt. Everest Base camp wedding and Nepal earthquake story made one of the first images on this page, which was original and meaningful. There are other images here in Yosemite near half-dome, Alaska’s ice-cave snowy engagement shoot, and Kauai’s wedding underneath the stars. More are images are featured in the magazine that have been part of my real wedding adventures, which you can view when you pick up a magazine. Here are few pages from the magazine.


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I’m excited to be asked to write and share an article in the industry’s top photography magazine, Rangefinder Magazine, on preparing for an adventure wedding. I came home last week from a Paris engagement shoot and saw the article published in the magazine.

The whole article can be found here: Rangefinder Magazine Charleton Churchill feature.
Page 64-66.

Rangerfinder magazine article by Charleton Churchill

Charleton Churchill feature Rangefinder mag


I can’t take all the credit though, there’s always a team. Thank you to Jacqueline Tobin from the editor of Rangefinder magazine for working with me on this article and your support, and Michael Cohn for the photo in the front, Jen Dudley and Erik Tappenbeck, our bride and groom on the wedding of a lifetime experience and new friends. Thank you to Sara Strid and the team at Profoto USA for your support, Rapid Straps, Manfrotto Bags, BHLDN, and Steven Guthrie at Mountain Madness and those involved, our supportive Sherpas who served us even when they lost their homes. And my lovely wife Kelly and three girls for their proactive support.