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    Hi, my name is Ryan Tamayo and thanks for visiting my website. Tiger Studios was started July of 2010, when my son was born. I've loved photography since I was a little kid and turned my attention to videography to capture footages of my son as he grows up. I am married to my best friend who supports me every step of the way. My wife and I are both registered nurses by night and full-time parents to Jayden and a baby girl, Arianna Paris.

    My passion is family portraits and wedding videography. Capturing the innocence of a child on film is one of my favorites. I love capturing couples on what is the happiest day of their lives, their wedding day. A wedding film can offer different aspects of the special day that pictures cannot provide. I am based out of Roseville, CA but I can travel to any NorCal location to capture any wedding videography needs.


Two of the nicest couple you’ll ever meet. Surprisingly because they’re Oakland A’s fans. Just kidding. Met these two at a local coffee shop in midtown last year for their consultation. Got this gig through a referral from another bride I’ve worked for in the past. The two brides work together.

The wedding was held Locally at Haggin Oaks Golf Complex. Never have I seen a wedding with so much flowers. They turned the venue truly into something more beautiful than I’ve seen before. Kudos to the bride and her girls. I’m sure Andres helped too, so high five to him also! Hope you enjoy watching their wedding film.


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July 20, 2013 - 9:24 pm

Jennifer Lopez - Thank you Ryan and crew – amazing work. We absolutely love our wedding video, we couldn’t have asked for more – you truly have a gift!
Jenn and Andres

July 21, 2013 - 7:15 am

admin - Glad you liked it! Thanks again to you two.


LARA & MATT | 04.06.2013 | TIBURON, CA

What a great way to start the 2013 wedding season with Lara and Matt’s unforgettable day in Tiburon; an upscale, quaint, small town near San Francisco. What started out as a foggy, drizzle morning turned into sunshine and blue skies just in time for the start of the ceremony. Everything in this wedding was just beautiful. The newly weds and all their guests looked amazing, the town and the mansions that surrounds it were mesmerizing. The ceremony site was held at the Old St. Hilary’s Church which is made of redwoods in 1888. Their reception then followed at the nearby Corinthian Yacht Club.

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