Friday, May 27, 2016
One of the most rewarding parts of being a photographer has been the continued relationships and connections I make with families. The types of relationships where I get to document and see a couple from an engagement through a wedding and eventually the growth of their own family. It’s incredible to be the one on the inside, documenting the pivotal, monumental, and real moments. It is an honor to give my perspective, but I also gain so much from watching the love and relationships of others. Kayla and Jonny were married at the start of last year and recently welcomed in their first baby, Finnley. Isn’t he the sweetest? These new parents both feel so natural at their new role already. I loved watching them take care of their new son. Seeing the look of total love on a new parent’s face is one of the sweetest things to take photos of! I’m thrilled for these two, who are now these three.
Tuesday, May 03, 2016
I love adventure! This was a fun one with Sam and Stevanie. A Beautiful day at Silver Falls State Park. Isn’t the view magic?
Saturday, April 30, 2016
I’ve known Jennifer for years through the wedding industry. She owns the best hair and makeup business Face Body Beauty. They’re so good, we used them for our wedding! She is one of those rare people, who when you meet them, you know instantly you’ll be friends. I’m so happy to see her amazing love with Adam has blossomed into an incredible family for them. They are an exceptional couple, and it shines through in their kids. These are images from our day at the Oregon Garden Resort in Silverton Oregon.
Thursday, April 28, 2016
A sunset hike to Angels Rest in the Gorge with these two was such a rad way to spend an evening. I loved the adventure, the sights and most especially the connection between these two. Work is best when it doesn’t feel like work.
Thursday, April 14, 2016
Travel? Play? Explore? Yes. Always YES. When I found out Jenny and Bryan lived in the bay area, we had to plan an engagement shoot in their neck of the woods. Thankfully they are the type to be out running and and enjoying the scenery of the incredible city they live in, so they took me to the best locations. We got some typical fogged in weather, so the view of the Golden Gate Bridge was… well… was not, we straight up just saw the fog. But the view at the viewpoint was still breathtaking with the ocean crashing into the rocks below us.