Category Archive: Weddings

Spring Engagements

I feel so fortunate to have such an amazing job. I get to document love and connection between people creatively through photographs. It feeds my soul and enriches my life in so many ways!

Lindsay & Wes in San Francisco

I couldn’t wait to post a sneak preview after returning from a gorgeous wedding in San Francisco over the weekend! Lindsay & Wes tied the knot downtown on the forth floor of City Hall and then took… Continue reading

Mindy & Chris

I’m excited to share these fun engagements in Park City! Chris & Mindy are high school teachers who work in Newport Beach, California, and are planning to get married at The Canyons Resort… Continue reading

Heidi & Evan Married!

      Heidi & Evan were married on a beautiful day in December just days after Christmas, and a few days before NYE. What a great way to start off the new… Continue reading

Jeri & Danny Engaged!

A preview from the other day of some beautiful snowy engagements in Park City! A few nights before Danny got down on one knee and surprised Jeri at the Montage with a beautiful… Continue reading

Kristin & Travis ~ Silver Fork Lodge

Fall was in full swing (with a touch of early October snow on the ground) for this beautiful wedding backdrop. I loved photographing Kristin and Travis’ mountain rustic wedding at Silver Fork Lodge in big cottonwood… Continue reading

Alice + Austin ~ 10 years of Love

While new love is exciting and beautiful to photograph, there is something powerful and deep about the connection between couples who have been together for many years.  Alice & Austin will be celebrating… Continue reading

Heidi & Evan ~ Engagements in Downtown Manhattan

New York City is amazing and I had a blast walking around downtown Manhattan with these two love birds. Congrats to Heidi & Evan!

A Vintage Beauty

A vintage bride in a vintage setting, so glamorous!

A Cowboy Kind of Love

After reading the book Cowboys Are My Weakness by Pam Houston years ago, I day dreamed that I would marry a cowboy.  Although that didn’t happen exactly like how I imagined in the book,… Continue reading