The international jurors we select for each round have already proven themselves for quite some time. This makes them very capable of distinguishing a good wedding photo from a nice wedding photo. Aspects they pay attention to include: impact, emotion, atmosphere, creativity, use of light, composition and post-processing. 



All entries are assessed anonymously, which means that the photographer’s name is not visible, and the jurors are not together to discuss photos.
When 2 or 3 jurors vote for a particular photo, this photo is presented with an award.
A juror cannot see which photo has received a vote from another juror.
A juror can vote for up to 10% of the entries.
There is no minimum with respect to the number of votes per juror

Dave Paek



I’m a native New Yorker who grew up in Greenwich Village during the late 70’s and early 80’s.  My first camera was an old 35mm Nikkormat and I was fascinated with B&W street photography (mostly about the dangerous NYC subways) at an early age.  My mother was an artist who raised two kids on her own.  I spent 14 years on Wall Street and I never felt more alive since leaving and finding photography as my true calling.  I love different genres of photography from  Steve McCurry and David Alan Harvey to portrait photographers such as Richard Avedon and Dan Winters. 


Jos & Tree



Jos and Tree (JOS studios) specialize in creative documentary wedding and lifestyle photography. Over the past 13 years they have been shoot destination weddings across the US, Europe, and beyond. They work as a dynamic team to optimize creativity, communication, and hold space for profound experiences. Jos and Tree have received multiple accolades from WPPI, Fearless Photographers, ISPWP, and Junebug Weddings.



Richard Clarke



I’m a British born Destination Wedding Photographer, currently based out of Los Angeles California where I live with my wife Clare and son Toby. I am always humbled when couples trust me to tell their wedding story. I love what I do because I’m fascinated by the human connections, personalities and behaviors which fuel those stories. Capturing such authentic moments for my clients drives everything I do behind the camera and in my opinion, is what wedding photography should be all about.