We are Jacob and Annie and together we make Brumley and Wells. We like to tromp around and photograph people while quite-nearly-trespassing. We also enjoy strategically placing pigment on paper, and we enjoy making things that we hope will make people want to dance, shout, make sandwiches, or any other positive thing of the like. We really love vocabulary lists, outrageous stories, chocolate, and our mothers. Currently, we reside in the lovely town of Durango, Colorado, where, among other things, we are wedding photographers, family photographers, and portrait photographers. We have a keen sense for destination weddings, however, and love traveling all over the world with our cameras at our hips. Visit us at brumleyandwells.com to view our fine art wedding photography. Most likely, in your viewings, you will catch glimpses of the highly acclaimed four-corners area, southwest Colorado at it's finest: Telluride, Durango, Pagosa Springs, Rico and more. Thanks for visiting.
Annie has recently started making glovelettes, or, what she affectionately calls "hand panties". They're made out of vintage night gowns, with handmade buttons and comfy stretch lace. They're quite lovely in stripes and pastels.
This Volkswagen is so cool that pedestrians were urged to drop the f-bomb in admiration as we drove it to the photography site. This Volkswagen, the first double cab ever, is very rare, and is very for sale. We photographed it for the seller (find his add on eBay) and then photographed each other in it's coolness.
As we were photographing Elisabeth, we were approaches by a rather unkempt man who leaned in to the car to speak to Jake and said "Hey, nice models." To which Jake simply said, "Well thank you."
We laughed a bit, especially about the pluralization on "model".