Joy, laughter, anticipation, butterflies, bliss, tension, and relief. Wedding days run high on a multitude of emotions and it's what has kept me hooked year after year. Most of us, at one point or another, have looked back on our own parents or grandparents wedding photos with some sense of adoration and nostalgia. It is with this same sentiment that I strive to document weddings. Your wedding photographs should ripen over time, offering a delayed reaction that grows more meaningful as life carries on and memories fade.
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!
August 26, 2022
I met Margo and Kyle a few months back and instantly felt captivated by their radiance, kindness, and their palpable love for each other. When chatting about location ideas for their engagement photos, Kyle’s family sailboat came up. We met up on a hot Friday evening at the Edmonds harbor; stocked with champagne and snacks we meandered around that evening slightly overheated but mainly just having a blast. We ended the night finishing up the bottle of Champagne and chatting far past the sunset. These are two not only just ridiculously gorgeous people, but really just overall ridiculously lovely humans.
Take a look into our evening and their sweet love below.
Shot on both 35mm film and digital.
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