Jessica Vucish

Jessica Vucish :: @SweetestStills

Jessica Vucish is a mom, a wife, and a photographer. Her photography style is emotive. She loves capturing breathtaking images in every day moments. Her talent is bringing the soul to light and capturing the in-between moments of joy and the real moments of pure happiness. She is drawn to the golden-hour sessions, where long shadows and soft light brings a romance.

Jessica has always been creative. During her whole life, her family has always told her that she would end up in the art field. She was convinced otherwise, and since she was ten years old she wanted to be a Marine Biologist because of her love of animals and the sea. However, when she was in her senior year of high school, a few close friends asked her to take their senior photos for them because she always had a camera in her hand. From the moment her finger hit the shutter button on that day, she has been hooked. She knew that she had finally found her passion and finally agreed to what others knew she was meant to do all along. So in college, she eventually switched her major from Biology to Photography and Graphic Design and has never looked back.

Jessica has known the girl in her photo since she was 10. She has always been such a kind soul and has so much love in her heart. So when Jessica heard she was engaged, she texted her right away to tell her congratulations. She replied back, “What are you doing this weekend?” and they planned an amazing fun shoot that was styled just for them.

“It’s a huge honor and I feel so privileged to be a part of such a amazing project with amazing creatives! To me this is a community coming together to celebrate life and showcase it to be able to be loved by everyone who walks by, to bring a smile to their face, and to know we may have inspired someone else!”

Jessica would like to thank her loving husband for supporting her through all the long editing nights and the long shoot days, as well as for always encouraging her to chase her dreams. She would also like to thank her son Alexander who is too young to understand right now, but he is her muse and inspires her everyday to grow and never stop learning.