Heather & Ben’s San Juan Island Roche Harbor wedding was the absolute sweetest. A rare August windstorm made the ferry ride to San Island very interesting. The ferry listed sideways as huge waves crashed against the boat. However, the wedding day was a beautiful and sunny day. Heather & Ben exchanged vows in the garden […]
Betsy & Zack are the kindest and most effervescent couple I’ve ever had the honor to photograph. The setting for their first look was at Parsons Garden on Queen Anne followed by the ceremony and reception at Ray’s Boathouse in Seattle.We were then treated to one of the most spectacular summer sunsets I’ve ever seen […]
Laura & Griffin’s Trinity Tree Farm wedding in Issaquah, WA was probably one of the most memorable weddings I’ve ever photographed. The summer of 2015 has been the driest in years. The wedding day forecast was for a chance of showers. With the blue skies and some puffy white clouds, the final decision was to hold […]
Brent & Meng are new to the Seattle area. Their wedding was an intimate affair at The Center for Wooden Boats in South Lake Union where thirty-some friends and family members traveled to Seattle for their wedding. Some came as far as Shanghai, China. They held their ceremony at Parsons Garden in Queen Anne followed by […]
When Jessica & Josh first called to inquire about my availability for their wedding date, I was surprised when they told me that they were from Oklahoma and had selected Roche Harbor as the destination for their wedding. Thirty five of their family members and dearest friends traveled from Oklahoma, Ohio and points beyond to Roche Harbor […]
The funny thing about Semiahmoo Resort is that during the entire time I went to college at Western Washington in Bellingham I never took a drive there to check it out even though the resort is less than hour away. Fast-forward many years later, photographing Kristin and Chris’s wedding was the first time I’ve been […]
Man, I thought I went to photograph a wedding and a dance party broke out.
TIm & Heidi’s Walla Walla wedding was awesome. There was a donkey and a photo-bombing horse there, too.