Hey there! Welcome to my blog—Make yourself comfy and look around! As an Olympic Peninsula, Olympic National Park, San Juan Islands, Seattle, Whidbey Island, and destination wedding photographer, I want to be a resource for you as you put together your own wedding day. Browse around, have a look, and let me know your questions! I'm so happy you're here, and I hope you want to get in touch so we can chat about your wedding day.
After their scenic portrait session at Lake Crescent, Rebecca and Chris traveled back to a private family property in Sequim for their charming backyard ceremony and reception. The word “backyard” doesn’t quite do the setting justice! Not many backyards feature a grove of huge arching maple trees and a stunning view of the Olympic Mountains, […]
I used to think that there was some combination of magic and chance that made a particular wedding better to photograph than another. But after almost ten years of wedding photography with some amazing clients and incredible venues, there are a few consistent elements that I know will contribute to making amazing photos! Location, […]
I can’t think of anything lovelier than an summer wedding in a garden; Kate & David held their July nuptials at Fern Hollow, in Sequim Washington, in the foothills of the Olympic Mountains. Surrounded by the chatter and laughter of her vivacious bridesmaids, Kate made her bridal preparations in a private suite in the main house […]
Everyone loves the first kiss—it’s a classic, joyful wedding moment that you just can’t miss. But there’s a moment I love even more as a wedding photographer. Just seconds after the first kiss, the bride and groom look at one another with awe and delight in their faces—”We did it! We got married! For real!” […]
While I’ll be sorting through images from 2015 for quite a while yet, time continues forward whether or not we’re ready for it! I had an incredible year as a Pacific Northwest Wedding Photographer in 2014, and I’m so humbled and grateful to call this my job! The truth is that it’s more than a […]
This was one of those fairytale days… A beautiful garden venue just at the turn of the seasons from summer to early fall, a bride and groom with eyes only for one another, a slew of charming details thought out to near perfection, and a host of guests with whom to celebrate.