Yoni (Yo•knee) Gill
One time I tripped and fell on my face and broke my leg in two places, walking. Failure led me to the better things in life. I love stories, children’s books, bad stories, good stories, dad jokes. I thrive in the awkward moments, and shy when it all goes right. I live to climb mountains, and jump sixty foot waterfalls and I’m scared to death of moose. People-time to me, is more valuable than money, as I try and maximize every waking moment I have with someone. I am a fan of dogs, and loathed by cats. Nebraska is home for now (although I can hear the peaks and valleys of the west whispering sweet nothings in my ears). I live for adventure, and die for experience. I tell stories and capture love.
Gabrielle Lail - Communications Director
My insatiable hunger for creativity is only temporarily satisfied by experience. Every new place I visit and person I meet molds my perspective, I began to learn this growing up in Chicago. The big city facing me quickly taught me the differences in people. I attend college in Lincoln, Nebraska. The small city facing me honed that lesson and pointed me in a direction I wanted to go in. I knew I wanted to be part of something that creates and enhances, not only myself but the people around me. That’s when I met Yoni, whose work documents inspiring moments that will be cherished forever by others. I can not wait to make this a part of my story.
Do you travel for weddings?
Do you bring a second shooter?
Second shooters are available!
Can we see some full weddings?
shoot me a note and I'll get you some weddings I shot that closely match yours.
What are your rates?
Pricing information is available upon request. Please get in contact with me here.
Do you give us all the images?
Short answer: No.
Long answer: Imagine you're in line at Chipotle, and everything is unlimited but you only get one tortilla. You don't want that exploding all over your clothes. A nice neat, beautifully crafted burrito sounds way better. I take thousands of images during your big day, I'll only hand over the best of the best, just like a chipotle burrito.