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Evidence Photography &amp; Design

Photography · Seattle Washington United States

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We are dreamers. We are romantics. We are family. As the sisters behind Evidence Photography & Design, we are dedicated to capturing inspirational images to illustrate the story of your love. Let us get to know your uniqueness. We want to hear your hopes and dreams. It's your love story. Let us capture the Evidence. Heather Reis Fike, founder, owner and photographer at Evidence Photography and Design got her first camera at a garage sale when she was seven and has been carrying one ever since. Fueled by a passion for humanity and story-telling through creative imagery, Heather spends countless hours studying new techniques, preparing for sessions and perfecting your images. When she’s not behind the lens, you will find Heather making arts and crafts with her beloved neices and nephews, leading 5th grade reading groups at a local elementary school, taking friends on bargain-hunter versions of “What Not to Wear” shopping sprees, and hanging with the hubby at their favorite local dive bars grumbling like true Seattleites about “where all these tourists came from.” Heather sometimes dreams of combining her addictions by opening a store-front boutique photo studio with an espresso bar and home-made ice cream, but until then, the city of Seattle and beyond sure makes for a fabulous 'studio.' Rachael Reis, sister and co-photographer for weddings, events and the occasional portrait session, started acting as Heather’s assistant when she was still knee-high to a grass-hopper. Though she originally tagged along on sessions to carry equipment and hold lights and reflectors. By the age of fourteen, Rachael could already brag that she’d had her work displayed in a downtown gallery and even sold a few. When she’s not following clients like their own personal paparazzi, you can find Rachael tutoring local community college students in math, checking out the Seattle Music Scene, or digging through the bins at Goodwill Outlet for that diamond in the rough.