First a marriage then the newborn session? You bet! I was lucky enough to photograph Kevin and Katie’s wedding during the summer of 2009. It was a beautiful ceremony at The Edgewater House and I had a great time getting to … Continue reading
Erik and Muriah were next door neighbors while attending college. Now, one could argue college should be taken seriously and the focus on academics. Ha! Who am I fooling. If college is the best times of your life, then the … Continue reading
I had such a wonderful time last weekend with this family. The daughter was a breeze to photograph and not shy at all in front of the camera. The weather turned out exactly how we wanted it and added great … Continue reading
I had the pleasure of meeting the newest member of the Colby Family this past Saturday…little Weston. Sounds like a baseball player, huh? Good thing, because his coaches…eh…parents are grooming him quite well with a baseball themed nursery and attire. … Continue reading
These two love birds met at college but things really started to heat up when they found themselves on the same co-ed baseball team. Looks like Bryce hit a grand slam after a bit later in their relationship when her popped the big question. (If you are a fella reading this and thinking about a romantic way to make the magic happen…read on). Bryce took Tatem to one of their favorite parks one night. Waiting for them in the darkness were two bouquets that Bryce arranged. He then takes a knee and just like the ending of a romantic movie, up came the Chinese lanterns. Magic!
Wedding Venue: Capitol Hill Presbyterian Church, Seattle WA
Reception: Melrose Market Studios, Seattle WA
Florist: Susan Hoskinson (Bride’s mother)
Advice from the bride: Go with the flow, not everything is going to go exactly how you planned it and if you know that from the start, you will be able to enjoy the day more. Sometimes the unplanned events are the best parts of the wedding day.