Posts tagged seattle
Surprise Proposal | Seattle Wedding Photographer

Adam + Kathy began in little ol’ Los Angeles but there’s so much more to how these pictures came to be. It’s a history let me tell you! Adam called me one day asking what I was up to for Labor Day weekend. He was planning to propose to Kathy at his parent’s lake cabin in Inchelium, Washington. Serendipitously, I happened to be photographing a wedding in Eastern Washington.

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Seattle Wedding Photographer | Historic 1625 Tacoma Place

Oh man. I've been looking forward to blogging this one. Sarah + Ryan decided to stay on the venue's property for their formal photos and I couldn't have been happier. The area around the venue is quite industrial and it was so fun slipping into pockets of good light and finding interesting textures as backdrops.

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Seattle Wedding Photographer | Backyard Wedding

Emily + Billy's intimate backyard wedding really is one for the books. We shot their first look in the riverbed of Snoqualmie Falls and then headed to their beautiful home near Lake Tapps. They had just purchased the property and thought it would be the perfect place to host their ceremony and reception.

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Paris Family Session

I connected with Sariah + Julien through a friend in Seattle, which goes to show that it is, indeed, a small world after all. Bonus: They live in the neighborhood where I was staying in Paris, so they took the liberty of showing me some beautiful hidden spots that I could not have found on my own.

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Monte Cristo Ballroom Wedding

When  I stepped into the Monte Cristo Ballroom, I knew it was going to be a fantastic day. The main hall had so much energy with everyone buzzing around getting the wedding details just right. Sam stepped into her dress in the light-filled bridal suite. Her images near the window are most definitely among my favorites.

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LeeAna + Dan Georgetown Engagement

For LeeAna + Dan’s engagement session we explored the Georgetown neighborhood of Seattle. It has a steampunk vibe with old brick buildings, abandoned tin structures, and dark basement bars that remind me of western saloons. The light was perfect and I literally could have shot all day.

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