Finding joy in color & light
Bienvenue, in French means, welcome and we hope that's how you feel after a session with us. Inheritance Photography by J&O was started from the passion to capture the light of our lives precious moments and we would love the honor of doing the same for you.
We hope our time with you is filled with joy, laughter, and peace. That leaves you feeling lighter and able to see the life and color that you bring to this world.
We serve primarily in Michiana (SW Michigan/NW Indiana), Chicago, & Destinations in Europe but, we are available for travel.
Jonathan has been behind the camera since 2015 when he was enrolled by Olivia to be her second photographer. Jon has an eye for candid moments during your session. You will usually see him behind the 70-200 making sure to capture your laughter after Olivia asks you to twirl your lover.
In his spare time you can find Jon on the basketball court or beating someone in a board game. Jon is passionate about discipleship and helping others discover the Father Heart of God. This fall he plans to attend seminary to pursue an MDiv in Biblical Counseling.
Olivia grew up in the countryside of SW Michigan. Since she was little she loved taking and being in photos. When middle school came and Myspace was all the rage she became quite good at setting up her dad's DSLR and taking new headshots for herself. In college while studying biochemistry she took a photography class to learn how to better utilize all the features of her dad's new DSLR. The college asked her to work for them capturing sports photos. Then friends and family started asking her to capture their family's, engagements, and weddings in 2012.
Olivia also serves at a day of coordinator for Marion Magnolia Farms in Cassopolis, MI. She's excited to bring her confidence, peaceful nature, and eye for detail to another part of the wedding industry.
Olivia can usually be found feeding someone. She loves hosting and cooking meals for others. Her heart for hospitality is rooted in her desire for everyone to recognize their worth and walk in their giftings.
The outdoors and countryside or lush gardens are her happy-place.