For a more traditional bride and groom, a church wedding is the best setting for an intimate exchanging of vows. From elaborate stained glass to simple wood paneling, from a 5 pews to 500, we have photographed in a wide variety of churches. Lighting can range from very dark to very bright, so keep that in mind when selecting which church is best for you. We bring equipment and technique that can handle either so don’t worry too much about us. Also, some churches have rules about photography so it’s a good idea to check and make sure you’re comfortable with them before you secure your venue. Either way, we’ll be there to capture the beauty of your special ceremony, whether it’s a tiny chapel or grand cathedral.
Bryan & Zoey
Grooms that eat BBQ ribs in a tux. Brides that choose to get ready in their childhood home. Fathers of the bride with cool cars. Couples that hike across streams and through mud for a perfect PNW photo. Couples that laugh with us and ask if we’re having fun too. These are a few of our favorite things. And these are all things we experienced at Bryan and Zoey’s perfect summer wedding in Portland.
Blake & Jody
It was our first time shooting a Salem Convention Center wedding and let’s just say, it exceeded every expectation.
Blue Hour Portland Wedding
The Blue Hour restaurant is a classic, a true Portland institution. Adrian and Sarah couldn’t have chose a better spot to host their glamorous, stylish and utterly sophisticated wedding.
Matt & Christina
You guys. We seriously love this couple. Not only are Matt and Christina a couple of hilarious, slightly raucous and super energetic people; they are also the kindest, most sincere and authentic people we’ve had the pleasure of photographing.
Rohan & Erica
Erica and Rohan exchanged vows at the romantic and colorfully rich First Presbyterian church in downtown Portland. After which, the celebration moved to Castaway, where the newlyweds switched into traditional Sri Lankan wedding attire.
McMenamins Cornelius Pass Wedding
Chris and Erin entertained guests with an adorable butt squeezing first dance, toasts that tugged at your heart strings and finally, a karaoke machine. Where Erin successfully gave one of the most spirited performances we’ve ever seen by a bride.