The other weekend I had the privilege of spending the day with this beautiful family and capturing this happy couple’s special day. It took place at an awesome private residence in Breckenridge, Colorado. I couldn’t have asked for a more perfect day for some wedding photos.
I want to thank the Bride & Groom, their family, and the staff at the event for being so kind and a pleasure to work with. Below is a peek into the day and the hundreds of lovely photos this family gets to share forever! Please contact me for details on working together.
On a photo walk the other day, I was greeted with this beautiful image. Lucky thing too because the clouds and wind quickly rolled in cutting our walk short! It’s captures like this that remind me of the beautiful outdoors around me. It’s easy to get normalized to your surroundings, so you have to make a point to hit that reset button every once in awhile.
Being still new to the area, I am always on the lookout for a new pretty spot to shoot some photos. I just happened to see someone mention this trail on Social Media and decided to pack up and go check it out. I was not disappointed! This is a close, yet secluded open space with some great trails and beautiful scenery. I was on my bike this time and found myself pulling over every, seemingly, 10 ft for a new beautiful scene. Below are a few from that day that start to capture the scene.
And for a different perspective, here are several from my phone, the LG G6:
I recently had the opportunity to work with about 20 members of the Owens family. What a fun group of people! We found a great spot with an awesome barn and other old structures. Working with this many people at once can be challenging, but the family was super easy-going and made it a pleasure.
Below are a few of my faves, but there are many! Thanks again to the families!
Tonight I updated the landing page on myportfolio, showcasing some of my favorite people photos! Check it out when you get a chance and let me know what you think. I go back and forth with showcasing my people photos and my landscape photos. I hope you enjoy this iteration while it lasts! 🙂
I want to do more work with people in my new state of Colorado. I am definitely not lacking in nature subjects! With this focus, I want to show this side of my work more clearly. I gravitate toward natural light (outdoors) portraits anyways, so the combination of my landscape love and people should make for some fun images.
If you know anyone in the greater Denver area who may enjoy some fantastic photos of themselves or loved ones, feel free to share my name!
To celebrate the new look for my blog, I put together a few collages with a some of my favorite photos from each of these categories: Portraits, Nature, Automobiles, Athletes, and Animals.
Be sure to take the poll at the bottom and vote for your favorite! Also, leave a comment with your thoughts on the new look & feel of the blog!
This change up comes in anticipation of the new year and my recent relocation to the greater Denver, CO area. The change has made me and my family happy, so this is a bit of a happier look for my site! 🙂
First of all, Happy December! Hasn’t this year flown by? Sheesh.
Anyways – I just visited the Rocky Mountain National Park for the first time this last weekend…and it was absolutely beautiful, epic, awe-inspiring. The image below is a glimpse into this place’s beauty which delivers abundantly on a grand scale and on smaller, more intimate levels. I definitely plan on going back for more exploration. I captured this image while standing on
For those of you that have been here before, are there any recommended hikes/spots you would suggest visiting? I am very open to suggestions!
This is me getting the shot above. Standing on the ice-covered stream made it that much more fun!