Category: Weddings


{McMenamin’s Edgefield Spring Wedding } Ashley and Nick

Congratulations to Ashley and Nick on their super fun wedding at McMenamin’s Edgefield! The spring day was a typical Northwest. We were lured outside by the sight of sunshine and then had to dash back inside when we felt the first raindrop. Between all of that, Ashley and Nick are amazing. I could tell that one fo my main challenges would be trying to … Read More {McMenamin’s Edgefield Spring Wedding } Ashley and Nick


What to Look For in a Wedding Photographer – Part 3 – Personality

  We’ve already talked prices and experience, now to one of the biggest factors. Personality. Now it may not sound like its a big deal, but it is and heres why. When I first meet a couple, there is always the little bit of awkwardness while we get to know each other. Because of this, some of your images can come out looking rigid … Read More What to Look For in a Wedding Photographer – Part 3 – Personality


{Fall Wedding At Postlewait’s Farm} Holly and Jeff

You know those people who you meet once and there is an instant connection? That was how I felt when we met at our consultation. Maybe it was out love of photography, the excitement for a gorgeous fall wedding, or the fact that we think that Firefly should of NEVER been cancelled. In any case, instant friends.


What to Look For in a Wedding Photographer – Part 2 – Experience

Ever since the DLSR became a lot more affordable, everyone that has one seems to of become a photographer. With the market so saturated, how do you choose the right photographer for you?


{Oaks Pioneer Church} Adam and Catherine

The day Catherine and Adam’s wedding, a huge wind storm was forecasted for the Portland metro area.  So in Pacific Northwest fashion, we played around outside in the wind and the rain to get the fall colors in with Catherine’s amazing bouquet and fall color scheme with her hair and dress. These two were so amazingly fun together and continued to make faces, tease, … Read More {Oaks Pioneer Church} Adam and Catherine


What to Look For in a Wedding Photographer – Part 1 – Style

When you’re looking for a wedding photographer, there are so many factors that influence your decision, including whether or not you like their photography style. If you have no idea what that means, don’t worry, thats why I’m here!. I’ve rounded up and broken down some of the most popular styles that are used to describe a photographer’s style. I’ll try to keep it short, sweet, and … Read More What to Look For in a Wedding Photographer – Part 1 – Style


Stonehenge Gardens, Hood River, OR Wedding | Lisa and Zanne

  Lisa and Zanne contacted me about meeting them in their favorite city to hang out for the weekends, Hood River, OR., for their engagement session. I had only been out there a few times, but from what I visited, I LOVED. We met at the Hood River Waterfront Park (where I left my husband and his friend at Pfreim to enjoy on their … Read More Stonehenge Gardens, Hood River, OR Wedding | Lisa and Zanne


Preparing for Your Boudoir Shoot

I am so excited for the boudoir marathon next Saturday the 21st! Reminder, this is not at Missy’s studio. We have rented out Studio 104 to make sure that we have plenty of room for an amazing shoot. Studio 104 – 104 W 9th St, Ste 201, Vancouver, Washington 98660 While I have captured boudoir before, you might be wondering what to bring, how to … Read More Preparing for Your Boudoir Shoot


An Evening at Camas Meadows | Stephanie & Justin

It happens. You plan your wedding to be this gorgeous outdoor event, and it rains. Here in the Pacific Northwest, it’s always a gamble what the weather will be. However, Stephanie and Justin took it in stride and had a gorgeous wedding under the tent at Camas Meadows.

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Columbia Gorge Wedding | Bria and Joey A Gorge-eous Wedding

The Columbia River Gorge is known for its amazing landscapes and gorgeous summer sunsets. So when Bria and Joey contacted me to blend their wedding in with these landscapes, I was all over it!

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