Category Archives: In The Industry

Colorado in the summertime features an absolutely spastic variety of weather happenings.  We get thunderstorms, hail, dry heat, tornadoes in some areas, lightning storms (which sadly sometimes lead to mountain fires), and everything in between. I remember moving here from Palo Alto, California, in 1995 and not being very familiar with the array of weather….

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As I have never been engaged, I have never had a true, legitimate reason to wear a wedding dress.  I’ve always wondered what it’s like for the brides that I work with on the wedding day: Are those dresses heavy?  Do you sweat a lot?  Is it as hard to walk in as it looks?…

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Recently, Molly Guy over at Vogue wrote an article in reference to ten wedding “rules” she thinks should be broken.  It’s always interesting (and more often than not, infuriating) to see what top trendsetters like Vogue, Style Me Pretty, The Knot, etc., are advising brides + grooms to do and not do on their wedding…

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“Do you have a routine when you’re shooting portraits at an engagement session or a wedding?  Do you do the same things, same poses, same photos?” I received this question from a fellow photographer whom I mentored last summer and wanted to expand upon this a bit today.  As a Colorado wedding photographer who shoots…

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Sometimes I have trouble deciding between what’s more exciting: finding the dress or finding the accessories? When you have so many rad options from Veil Trends Couture, I would definitely say that hunting for bridal accessories would be my jam.  It’s a chicken and the egg conundrum, and while we’ll never quite know which came first, we can all…

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