Hybrid Wedding Photographer
California and Beyond

With over a decade of experience in photography and 5 years in the wedding industry, Victoria is a Carmel Wedding Photographer who intentionally works with one wedding couple per month to ensure she gives her full devotion to each client. Known as a calming and grounding presence on a wedding day and is deeply honored to photograph your most fleeting moments.


Victoria Delgado, Carmel Wedding Photographer

Victoria Delgado

California Wedding Photographer

Victoria Delgado, Pebble Beach Wedding Photographer

I read somewhere once that "anyone can be a photographer, but to be an artist you have to know the craft, tools, a bit of history and through trial and error experiment to develop a vision." I believe photography is a universal language that connects and transcends generations. My purpose and mission as a photographer and collector of moments is to capture your celebrated experiences so you can look back and cherish your day. I am INSPIRED by your love stories and my art is my state of being rooted in love.

Victoria Delgado, Monterey Wedding Photographer
Victoria Delgado, Delgado Photo Co, California Wedding Photographer
Victoria Delgado, Delgado Photo Co

A little more about me...

Living in the central coast of California for most of my life and traveling the world with my husband of 23 years has given me a deep appreciation for the beauty of the California.

My favorite venues lie in the Salinas Valley, Big Sur, Carmel, Pebble Beach, San Francisco, and the Coasts of Mendocino and Sonoma. California is my home and my favorite place to be.

I believe love knows no bounds. I am committed to celebrating our differences as they are what make us beautiful. I pledge as a business to accept, respect, and include clients, and fellow vendors of all races, colors, religions, sexual orientations, gender identities, national origins, ancestries, special needs, or disabilities. I am an active participant in the collective journey to overcome the fear of difference and replace it with the power of inclusion.