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About Us

Jeffers Media is made up of Nathan and Michelle Jeffers (with the help of some talented family and friends when the job calls for it). They met in high school band and started a friendship that developed into a relationship. On June 5, 2009 they became partners in life. Shortly after, they decided to make Nathan’s side jobs into a business and Jeffers Media was born. Now, as partners in business, they love to share their passion with others and capture those precious moments in life.

Nathan has been interested in film and photography since he was a kid. He made videos for youth events starting in Jr. High and even videotaped his first wedding when he was only 15 years old. He decided to go to Biola University to major in Cinema and Media Arts. While taking on video, photo, and design jobs on the side, he was able to complete his major (including a Bible minor) and received his Bachelor’s Degree in 2011. On jobs, Nathan is the man behind the camera. He also comes up with a vision before each job to make sure he gets the results his clients want.

Michelle has always had an interest in photography at an amateur level, mostly to document her love of travel. She likes to go new places and experience new things. She is also passionate about supporting those who are less fortunate, which is why 10% of our profits go to charity organizations. Michelle graduated from Cal State Fullerton in 2008 with a degree in Liberal Studies and received her Elementary Education Credential in 2009. With California’s budget cuts to education, she is not currently teaching but does tutor and teach Sunday school at our church. She loves to learn new things (which she has done a lot since becoming part of the business) and keep things organized. She is the office administrator of Jeffers Media. On jobs, she assists with the videography (especially with the bride), poses people for portraits, and does her best to make clients feel comfortable.

Nathan and Michelle both love meeting new people. Nothing makes them happier than when a photo or video brings a smile to someone’s face. Their style is photo-journalistic, preferring to capture people interacting in real ways rather than posing. In any weather, you can find them photographing the uniqueness of an old stone wall or the majesty of a mountain landscape.

Romans 11:36