Monthly Archives: September 2011

Burst Out Laughing | Sauvie Island Wedding Photography

Julia and Ashley’s wedding at the Blue Heron Herbary on Sauvie Island simply overflowed with love and joyous laughter. It was incredibly tough to choose just one more photograph to leak out today, but this was hands-down one of my personal favorite moments as a witness.

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JenSeptember 16, 2011 - 8:49 pm

I LOVE the genuine happiness and laughter captured in this picture. You can almost feel it!

StaceySeptember 16, 2011 - 11:08 pm

You captured a most perfect moment; seeing this takes me back to that very second in time and I can almost feel a little bead of sweat running down my neck.

WendySeptember 19, 2011 - 10:10 pm

The magic of this day is perfectly frozen in time with your talent, Jen!

SH’BAM! – A Snoqualmie Ridge Wedding Photograph

Hanna and her posse of fantastically fit girls know how to get DOWN. Career woman by day and passionate fitness fanatic by night, Hanna spends her spare time inspiring others to fall in love with fitness at Gold’s Gym. She’s obviously amazing at it, too, because I think she had two families show up on her wedding day: her family of origin, and her family from the gym. These people train hard and oh, people, do they ever play hard. And after Hanna’s wedding to Frank at the Snoqualmie Ridge Golf Club, this crew knew just how to celebrate: with some good old fashioned cardio, baby.

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HannaSeptember 23, 2011 - 6:43 am

This picture is GOLDEN!! You captured the essence of the evening and of me and my girls! I am SO EXCITED to see the rest of the magicla moments you captured!!! <3 Hanna

Julia & Ashley – A Sauvie Island Wedding Photograph

Here’s a teaser for Julia & Ashley, the beautiful brides from Saturday’s love infused wedding at the Blue Heron Herbary on Sauvie Island. Congratulations, you two!!

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daniel starkSeptember 13, 2011 - 12:01 am

very nice–great emotion and framing.

Julie ConcannonSeptember 13, 2011 - 1:16 am

Love the way you captured the joy AND the orange flower on the bride’s lapel…touche…!