Ballet Partner Portraits at Olympic Sculpture Park

Something you may not know about me is that I grew up spending a great deal of my time in dance studios. My mom took me to my first dance class when I was three years old, and classical ballet classes were soon to follow. Many of my childhood memories, from elementary school to high […]

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April 3, 2017

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North Bend Engagement Portraits | Jessica & Marty

Jessica and Marty met online through mutual friends. After spending just an afternoon with them, it is clear that they are a couple who likes to have a good time!  While they like to travel and go on adventures together, they really spend most of their time around their home in North Bend. I mean, […]

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March 17, 2017

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Rattlesnake Lake Elopement Inspiration

Ever since I first hiked to Rattlesnake Ledge with my husband in the first few months we lived in Washington, I have been enthralled with the Cascades and their surreal views. Rattlesnake Lake and Rattlesnake Ledge, in particular, combined create one of the most unique landscapes you’ll find anywhere. I’ve ended up taking many clients […]

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March 15, 2017

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Snoqualmie Washington Maternity Portraits | Hannah & Todd

Hannah and Todd are getting closer and closer to meeting their little girl, and the anticipation is building! We ventured to Snoqualmie Point Park for their maternity portraits, on a chilly day with no rain but the occasional flakes of snow. Hannah’s bright pink shirt served to represent the daughter she is carrying and was […]

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March 13, 2017

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Leavenworth Engagement Portraits | Laura & Tim

Laura and Tim love getting away into the mountains together on their weekends. When you spend every weekday commuting to Seattle, the mountains tend to call your name. Leavenworth is a favorite destination for them to unwind. It’s the perfect getaway, no matter the season. The town of Leavenworth is the cutest little Bavarian village where […]

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February 22, 2017

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Gas Works Park Paint Powder Engagement Portraits | Kim & Marcus

Kim and Marcus’s first real date was at a concert at CenturyLink Field. It was a night of butterflies and that feeling of being on the edge of something great. When Marcus later decided to propose to Kim, he knew he had to incorporate that pivotal moment when they went from high school acquaintances to […]

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February 17, 2017

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Volunteer Park Engagement Portraits | Ankita & Subhadip

A while back, Ankita and Subhadip’s parents wanted to set them up together, but they resisted, neither one wanting a relationship at the time. Years passed until, through the magic of Facebook, the two connected and began fulfilling their parents’ dreams. They both ended up moving to Seattle at different times, and now are just […]

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February 8, 2017

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Seattle Waterfront Engagement Portraits | Jen & David

I can’t tell you how often I get couples traveling to Seattle from out of the state and asking me about setting up a portrait session while they’re here. Seattle really is such a romantic city, it’s just perfect for engagement pictures! Jen and David were visiting Seattle from Colorado for a few days and […]

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February 1, 2017

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What is included in my wedding photography coverage?

This is a question wedding photographers get a lot. It’s understandable—for most people, this is the first time they’ve ever planned a wedding! It’s important to know what you want recorded on your special day, and to be sure of what your photographer will be covering in their wedding packages. Planning your wedding day timeline […]

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January 27, 2017

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Discovery Park Engagement Portraits | Victoria & Matt

Victoria and Matt wanted a natural and quintessentially “Seattle” location for their engagement portraits. We tossed several ideas around—there are many places that all really show off Seattle, after all! But at the last minute we settled on Discovery Park. It was an afternoon late in the fall. The leaves were still barely clinging onto […]

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January 25, 2017

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