When it all comes down to it... when you're old and reminiscing on the "good ole days" with your equally wrinkled (but still smoking hot) babe by your side, pictures are the only thing you'll have to look back on and share for generations to come. I can think of no better gift than captured moments in time and this is what has really sparked my love for what I do. If you are looking for artistry and timelessness, look no further.
I promise to make this as seamless and fun as possible and in the process, beautifully documenting memories you'll be looking back on for years to come-- your first family heirloom if you will:)
At a young age, I initially fell in love with photography as an art form for self-expression, and over the years my love for it has morphed into the ultimate storytelling tool. It's both an honor and a joy to get to document so many love stories over the years and I'm so honored you are here!
October 26, 2021
Maria and Chad had an intimate backyard summer wedding ceremony in Washington at their parents home in Blaine. To say it was a perfect day would be a vast understatement. From the perfect sunny weather, to the people and the gorgeous backdrop, Maria and Chad celebrated their love surrounded by so much love and beauty.
Basically as far north as you can get in WA without being in Canada, I arrived and was instantly so struck with the way they transformed their yard into the perfect little summer wedding celebration. Maria wanted it simple and easy and it truly was. After their ceremony, we adventured down to the beach just the three of us for some portraits– proof that mid-day doesn’t have to be awful light, we made it work and it gave me such Mama Mia vibes.
Their own love story started on the summer solstice last year and it felt only fitting to celebrate their union under the summer sky two years later. I left that day with a heart so full and just so much gratitude for getting to do what I do. I have to pinch myself sometimes:)
Take a peek into their summer backyard wedding below:
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