Living in the Pacific Northwest, we are often given the opportunity to photograph a winter wedding. And we LOVE it. Winter weddings are usually low key, warmly lit, intimately celebrated and simply magical. We’ve photographed winter weddings in cathedrals, restaurants, on top of Mt. Hood and occasionally in a couple’s home. It’s a lovely way to bring light and happiness into the hearts of your guests during the cold of winter. Plus while all your friends are honeymooning during summer high season…you’ll be hitting the sunny spots right when you need to be!
Todd & Gosia
Todd and Gosia’s wedding weekend was simply magical. The mountains may have faded into the mist but the snow was about the most dreamy replacement to sunshine you can think of. It was everything a Colorado rockies wedding should be and more.
Derrick & Lauren
Derrick and Lauren are incredibly busy med students and resident physicians so when it came to planning their Sentinel Hotel wedding, they did what every busy couple should absolutely do (and in this order)…book their dream venue, find a photographer they love and hire a stellar team to make it all happen.
Casey & Mike
If you were Mike and Casey you…chose to tie the knot at MadArt Studio in South Lake Union, Seattle for it’s urban and artistic setting, and proximity to those you love most.
Josh & Casey
“We’ve been together for 8 years and we’re extremely excited that we can now officially get married.” This was our initial email from Casey when he inquired about his wedding a few months ago.
Empress Estate Wedding
Yi and Sarah held an intimate, romantic and elegant celebration for their Empress Estate wedding this past March. These two are as sweet as they come. They gave us one of our first weddings of the year, which could almost be described as a fancy elopement.
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.