For previous reviews: 2011, 2012, 2013. 2014 was once again a year of tremendous transition, maybe the biggest of my entire life. I mean, are there any decisions more life-altering than getting married? Looking back on 2014 I’ve realized that … Continue reading
I love how there are so many people in my life that are down to go out and climb a mountain at the drop of a text. I love it even more if I get to take them up their … Continue reading
Veronica and Russ are the definition of a fun couple. I was hired to capture their wedding day, but they made me feel like I was invited to the party. The ceremony was absolutely beautiful with custom handmade pews brought in … Continue reading
Just a short, fun video from my massive powder day at Breckenridge. They got 26″ the day before and it was wicked awesome. Shot on the GoPro HD Hero 3+ Black edition (obviously) (561)
I want to continue to carry on this tradition each year as I have done in 2011 and 2012. 2013 was my first full year out of college, and it has been absolutely amazing. As my sister Rebecca has always … Continue reading
Who doesn’t want to get married on top of a mountain? If you had any doubts, this video is sure to change your mind. Sara and Brett are one of the most rowdy, fun couples I have ever been around. … Continue reading
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You may recall I love posting about fall photography. Okay, you probably don’t (thus the link to remind you). I live in a beautiful state. It would be a shame if I didn’t take personal retreats into the mountains. Nothing … Continue reading
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The third act in my exciting, adventure-filled summer is coming to an end. With less than a week until the three year (minimum) journey of Seminary starts, I can honestly say I am quite pleased with the last three months. … Continue reading
40 people have met at Camp Timberline, fallen in love and gotten married. My dear friend Coco and her newlywed husband, David celebrated camp’s 20th wedding in Estes Park this past May. The ceremony could not have been more defining … Continue reading