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
One of my favorite things about professional creative work is collaborating with other minds purely for the sake of cultivating cool things (versus simply doing work for self-promotion, greater influence, and money). Of course I run a business and therefore … 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) (505)
People are constantly asking me what the right equipment is to first buy to get into videography/photography. Seriously, every week someone new seeks my council regarding DSLRs, lenses, lighting, tripods, editing software, audio, etc. After countless conversations, it hit me. … 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
Sometimes you just gotta pull on people’s tender hearts and funny bones. Although the tomb is empty, we don’t want our children’s easter eggs to be… (1988)
A journey is best measured in friends, rather than miles. – Tim Cahill (550)
Nothing like getting married on the side of a mountain. I was so pleased to be able to share and capture this special day for two absolutely wonderful people. The Lord delights when two of His own come together for … Continue reading
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Around a year ago or so my brother, Daniel, embarked on an inspired project, one designed by BIG dreams and a lot of passion. A for-profit business, which encourages life-changing culture and motives people to live life like a remarkable … Continue reading
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There is an awkward familiarity about returning to a place you lived for four years, knowing it will be a short-lived visit. Usually my returns to Waco, TX included the feeling of a new semester, the excitement of living with … Continue reading