I had the pleasure of shooting Jack and Lauren’s wedding on Flathead Lake in Polson, Montana. In the case you haven’t been to Flathead Lake in Montana, put it on your list of places to go in the Summer, it’s very much worth the trip. The wedding was lakeside at a family house and really couldn’t have gone by any better. It was probably the most fun I’ve had shooting a wedding. It never hurts to be there shooting a friend’s wedding. It makes things fun for sure.
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I got in touch with Winnie Forbes (now, Winnie Brinker) about doing a wedding with her as her 2nd shooter last summer for Cobey and Sarah’s wedding. As it turns out it was at Blessed Sacrament Church in Seattle, Washington where I had shot a wedding the previous year so she was stoked, already knew the location, etc. Winnie brought me on to roll with the guys and shoot with them while she took care of the girls. Yah, the guys are easy so I was stoked. It was a super laid back group so it was pretty easy and to make matters even better, Casey from Mindcastle Studios was there doing the video so for a lot of things, he directed what he was doing and I just rolled with it and shot what was going on with that which was really cool. Casey had some good ideas and was super good work with and Danielle.
Last Summer before shooting Ashley and David’s wedding in Seattle I decided to take a second shooter gig with a Seattle based wedding photographer, Winnie Forbes at Blessed Sacrament Church in Seattle, Washington. It was a super fun one to shoot, Cobey and his groomsmen were a fun group and the medievil theme of the wedding was super fun to shoot. Since I was the second shooter for this wedding, I spent a bit of time on the fringes of what was going on during the ceremony which let me take a lot of shots I otherwise wouldn’t have a chance to take since I’d be focused more on the traditional ceremony photos. It was quite the media fest for this photo as both Winnie and Casey from Mindcastle Studios was shooting video as well while Sarah and Cobey were walking back down the asile which brought another element to this photo.
I just found out I recieved a merit award in the Cermonies category and will be in the upcoming issue of PDN (Photo District News) which is the “Top Knots” wedding issue.
This was a super fun wedding to shoot. I’ve known Ashley since birth so it made this one super fun knowing a bunch of people there. The wedding took place at Emmanuel Episcopal Church in Mercer Island, Washington where Ashley’s father Terry plays the organ for. Ashley looked amazing and made it easy to get a lot of good photos. We went out to one of the small waterfront landing parks on the East side of Mercer Island to get a few waterfront photos as well and finishing the night at the Lake Union Cafe in Seattle, Washington for the reception which was a really cool venue. So, I’ve gotten a chance to edit through a few of the photos, I’ll post some more later.
Wedding season has just started for me with my first one of the Summer to happen in 3 days. I’ve been meaning to put this up for quite a while now but just never got around to it but with Christian and Minh’s wedding coming up I finally decided to put it together. My friend and fellow photographer Ross was getting married and had me come out to Ohio (where him and his wife are from) and shoot his wedding. It was a great wedding to shoot, the site was great and it’s always a lot more fun to work with your friends!
So I got to go down to the Sorrel River Ranch in Moab, Utah for the wedding of Matt and Elisibeth. The place was amazing, one of those places where it was pretty much impossible not to get great photos! The scenery was gorgeous with red rock walls, mesas, the Colorado River along side the resort as well as being a beautiful ranch. I was stoked. The weather also cooperated giving us an awesome sunset. I hope I get to go back and shoot another wedding at Sorrel River Ranch It’s a great place!
Here’s a few shots from Cam and Emily’s Wedding I took.
Here’s a few shots from Dave & Lynn’s wedding at the Silver Lake Lodge in Deer Valley, Utah. I had some challenging lighting conditions for the group photos and I’m really happy with how they turned out. The groom’s side was all wearing kilts. I was kinda skeptical about how they’d look but everyone looked great and made for some fun photos. It was a fun night, as I got to shoot photos at a friend’s wedding and got to see a lot of people that I hadn’t seen since the days when I worked at The Canyons Resort.