I have exciting news. My landscape photography is now hanging in Arts Alive Gallery at 500 S. Main in downtown Breckenridge Colorado. Before I started photographing weddings I focused on landscape and adventure travel photography around the world.
I will be hanging in the gallery for the rest of the year, so next time you are on Main Street in Breckenridge, make sure to stop by and take a look.
Arts Alive Gallery features over 40 local artists including, sculptors, photographers, painters, and jewelry and textile artists.
I’ve known Alison for years through the work I did for the American Cancer Society’s Hope on the Slopes fundraiser here in Breckenridge. When she let me know she recently got engaged and was looking for a photographer, I couldn’t wait. We met up in Breckenridge, discussed the details for her wedding day, and made the arrangements on the spot. At the last minute we decided to do the engagement photos right after our meeting with her fiance Aaron, and their dog, Zeke.
Venue: El Paso Club
Jill and Brandon are both Air Force pilots, and met in the service. I was thrilled at the opportunity to photograph their wedding reception in Colorado Springs as well as a day before shoot in Breckenridge. One of my favorite things about this couple was just how fun and easy going they were, but at the same time, they knew exactly what they wanted out of their 1920’s themed reception. I had a lot of fun playing off of the twenties theme with a lot of film noir type images.
As many of you know, Nepal holds a special place in my heart after my travels there in 2009. Earlier today, a massive 7.8 earthquake struck in Kathmandu causing nearly a thousand deaths in Nepal and three other neighboring countries. Thousands remain missing in the rubble of Nepal’s older and often poorly constructed buildings, and in some areas more than half of all the homes have been destroyed. Their immediate needs include clean water and medical care, but this will be along term rebuilding project.
I want to encourage people to help out in any way they can. I think the best way to help is to encourage people to donate to the charity of their own choosing providing relief efforts. If you donate to any charity by May 1, 2015 helping in the earthquake relief efforts and show me a receipt, I will provide you with free or discounted services based on the following:
I love photographing in the winter, especially weddings and portrait sessions of couples willing to brave a little cold and snow. Tyler and Sarah were a lot of fun to photograph, and I can’t wait to photograph their wedding this September.
Venue: The Splendido at the Chateau, Beaver Creek, Colorado
Flowers: Hot House Flowers of Vail
Dress: David’s Bridal
Menswear: Men’s Wearhouse
Rings: Jared’s Galleria of Jewelry
Hair and Makeup: Spa Anjali at the Westin
Jared proposed to Kristin on trip to Paris when they visited the Isle de Cite. They planned the perfect Fall Colorado wedding in Beaver Creek near Avon. Besides holding their wedding outside in the prime of the Colorado aspen leaves turning to bright yellow, they wanted to make sure their guests got the full Colorado experience. They picked a menu at the Splendido at the Chateau in Beaver Creek with locally sourced foods like wild mushrooms and elk loin.