A Message From Timothy

My professional photography career started in 1999 when I did some adventure travel photography for my university’s outdoor program. I spent several years honing my craft before I photographed my first wedding in 2004. Over the last two decades my passion for adventure, travel, and storytelling has shaped my approach to how I have photographed hundreds of weddings. I focus on the things that make every wedding, couple, and location unique. While I am based in the Rocky Mountains of Breckenridge, Colorado, that hasn’t stopped me from traveling, to Hawaii, the Caribbean, both coasts of the US, everywhere in between, and even Southeast Asia to photograph weddings. I love photographing weddings of all different sizes and I hope you will let me create memories of your special day that will last for generations.

Statement of Inclusivity

All are welcome here. I believe that love is love, and it is my honor to photograph diverse couples without regard to race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, and religion (or lack thereof.)

Straight Forward Investment of $3,000

Recently, I asked myself, what if wedding photography pricing was simple and straightforward? What are some of the hurdles couples face when trying to compare photographers who offer wildly different services in order to determine how photography fits into their budget? I think I have found the perfect solution, a single price for every wedding. Here is how it works.

I will photograph your wedding for an investment of $3,000 plus travel. You don’t have to worry about any of the details in terms of timing, number of photographers, or anything else. If we determine that your wedding needs a second photographer, that is included in the price. I’ll guarantee we will have everything in place to make sure your wedding has ample coverage, even if that means starting early in the morning, staying late into the evening, or even bringing on a second photographer.

What about travel expenses? There is no charge for travel anywhere within the state of Colorado. After that it is a simple flat rate based on the destination. For example travel anywhere within the contiguous US is $900, and travel to Hawaii or the Caribbean is $1,500 which covers all travel related fees.

The $3,000 fee includes all the coverage the day of the wedding as well as the retouched digital images typically delivered within two weeks. When your photos are ready, we will also have a unique one-of-a-kind album designed for you with no obligation to purchase. The size of the album will vary based on the number of photos taken at the event. The album cost is $100 per two page spread starting at 15 spreads. Your digital images will be available for download after viewing your album design.

Flexible payment options

In order to keep things simple, we offer two simple and flexible payment options:

  • $1,000 plus travel expenses to hold the date, balance due day of the wedding.
  • Automatic monthly payments, paid in full one month prior to wedding.

100% Satisfaction Guarantee

If you aren’t completely satisfied with your wedding photos, we will refund the entire purchase price. It is that simple. Click for details and conditions.

Awards and Recognitions

  • Timothy Faust was named one of the “Top 20 Destination Wedding Photographers in the World” by Bridebox (http://www.bridebox.com)
  • Timothy included in Huffington Post’s list of “Truly Spectacular Wedding Photos” (https://www.huffpost.com)
  • Timothy Featured in Cosmopolitan’s “19 Stunning Photos of Weddings in the Rain” (https://www.cosmopolitan.com)
  • Multiple Awards including Wedding and Portrait Photographers International Print Competition, theKnot Best of Weddings, Weddingwire Bride’s Choice Award, as well as multiple awards from National Geographic Traveller and Intrepid Travel. 

Wedding Publications

Timothy’s wedding photography is often featured in numerous magazines and publications. Here are just a few.

Bicycle Themed Wedding” featured in The Overwhelmed Bride

“Bicycles are a huge part of our life, from riding them recreationally to racing them. We live in a ski resort town that prides itself in the outdoor lifestyle so we used the bicycle as a theme for our wedding since cycling is such a big part of our lives. From our bike-themed wedding invitations to even riding in on a custom bicycle together that Chad built and painted at the grand entrance to the reception, even the reception tables were named after mountain bike trails we ride every day…”

Bride holding her dress up in front of a mirror

“A Rustic Wedding at Dry Gulch Placer in Breckenridge, Colorado” featured in theKnot

“The couple went on vacation to Maui when Kyle got down on one knee and said, “I had an unforgettable day with you today and want to keep having unforgettable days with you forever. Katelyn, will you marry me?” “It was incredibly sweet, simple, and romantic,” Katie says. Katie and Kyle exchanged vows in Breckenridge, Colorado, where they met and had their first date. They loved the rustic, authentic feel of Dry Gulch Placer and the exclusivity of it being up a secluded four-wheel-drive road just outside of the town. Colors were key for their rustic mountain wedding. Katie’s favorite color is purple, so she made that their main color….”

“Danielle and Angie’s Rustic Ski Resort Wedding” featured in Love INC Magazine

“Danielle and Angie’s story goes back to 1998 … both fierce rugby players, Danielle played on a high school team and Angie played on a club team in Denver. The two met at a match where their teams were pitted against each other — Angie says that their local paper even printed a picture of the two of them in the heat of the game, albeit not such a nice one, as Angie was about to tackle Danielle for the ball. They kept their friendship going until 2012, when they began to take their relationship to the next level…”

“Intimate Colorado Wedding” featured on The Budget Savvy Bride

“Today’s wedding is filled with beautiful details and stunning scenery! Natalie and Kurt did a beautiful of making a laid-back, destination wedding work. I absolutely love their ceremony venue and and Natalie’s bouquet. And make sure you check out their wedding photos with the mountain backdrop. Enjoy this intimate Colorado wedding!…”