Heidi Zumbrun received a BFA from UC Santa Barbara and an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute. She is currently represented by the Stephen Wirtz Gallery in San Francisco, www.wirtzgallery.com, and exhibits her work nationally and internationally. Heidi’s photographs are included in the permanent collection at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Berkeley Museum, Denver Museum, and the Ulrich Museum. Her work has also been published in Art in America, Photo District News, San Francisco Examiner, and San Francisco Magazine & she is a recipient of the Phelan Award, Alexander Gerbode Foundation Award, and the Artadia Fund for Art & Dialogue. Check out her fashion and lifestyle work at www.heidizumbrun.com or on instagram
Judy Parker graduated from UC Santa Cruz with a BA in Cultural Anthropology. She has an ongoing personal photography project documenting the unusual and unique features of the deserts of Southern California. Documenting everything from bizarre and beautiful plants to bizarre and beautiful people. She also has a love of mid-century architecture - typically photographing in black and white, emphasizing the shapes, forms, and lines. She currently is inspired by photographers such as William Eggleston, Robert Frank, Vivian Maier, and Henry Wessel. You can see more of her work on her website www.judyparker.com or on instagram.
Together Heidi and Judy created Gertrude & Mabel Photography to bring their fondness of photography and a touch of fine art to the world of weddings. They have been hired to travel throughout the country as well as overseas to photograph weddings including: Sweden, Mexico, Hawaii, New York, Boston, Chicago, Nashville, Austin, Sarasota and Miami. And have been featured in numerous publications, such as, Martha Stewart Weddings, Brides, Modern Bride, Brides Northern California, Country Living Weddings, Readymade, British Brides, San Francisco Brides, and Bridal Guide.