Category Archives: Colorado Weddings

When Pam asked me to photograph her Park Hyatt Beaver Creek wedding, I was over-the-moon thrilled.  It is always such an honor to be asked to document a day as significant as a wedding, and it meant so much to me that Pam, one of my best friends from my college years, had invited me in to celebrate…

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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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Kim, Dave + I go way back. When I first moved to Denver from Fort Collins to complete my student teaching at Cherry Creek High School, I picked up a part-time job at the Red Lobster near Southwest Plaza in Littleton.  This is where I met Lindsey, one of my very best friends who is…

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This Crooked Willow Farms wedding is what dreams are made of.  Antlers, lace, bangin’ floral design,  and my favorite thing ever, a rad couple happy to take all sorts of photos all over this gorgeous venue.  What else could I need in life?  Not much, my friends. Katie Jo + Wes were married this past…

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This is what being a Colorado wedding photographer is all about.  Wildflowers, stunning vistas, and a mountaintop cheers with a few cans of Denver Beer Co.’s Hey! Pumpkin ale.  It doesn’t get much better than this. Amanda + Trevor planned the perfect Colorado mountain destination wedding.  Before the ceremony at the Secret Garden Bed +…

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