Lindsay and Jake are both structural engineers working on very cool projects. They are also cool people that I enjoyed photographing their engagement portraits at Myrtle Edwards Park in Seattle!Read More
I had a great time with Dianna and Greg at Lincoln Park for their engagement portraits in West Seattle. Very cool place that I have shot at a number of times through the years. I'm always able to find new and different places to shoot there.
I met Dianna and Greg at Lincoln Park in West Seattle near their home. I love this image. More coming soon!
Rick and Mark have been together for 35 years. This year they get to be married. That is awesome! I met them at the Washington Park Arboretum for some engagement portraits.
I met Amy and Lincoln at UW for some engagement portraits with the cherry blossoms, then went to Gas Works Park.
I love the campus of the University of Washington. The Cherry Blossoms are beautiful! The trick is to get the cherry blossoms without all the people taking photos of and in the cherry blossoms. Here is one from today of Lincoln and Amy!
Morada and Brandon came to Seattle for Christmas. While they were here. Brandon arranged for me to be there at Discovery Park when he proposed.
I met Natalie and David at Kerry Park in Seattle for a rainy day engagement portrait session. It was great fun. Most of the time, people don't actually want to have their portraits in the rain. It was fun! Also, I think Natalie have one of the first meeting locations ever. They met playing Quidditch. Fantastic!
One image of Wes and Kristen from the engagement portrait session at Greenlake this weekend!
Chris and Keeley came from Lubbock, Texas for a vacation, and a surprise Seattle wedding proposal at Discovery Park light house!
The Seattle proposal at Discovery Park of Chris and Keeley One of the great things about photography is how I get to be involved in events that I wouldn't normally get to see. Chris called me up a few weeks ago to set up a portrait session after seeing some engagement portraits that I had taken at Discovery Park. He and his girlfriend Keeley were going to be visiting Seattle from Lubbock. He wanted to propose while he was here. The idea was that it was going to be a sunny day and he was going to propose at sunset near the lighthouse at Discovery Park. When he arrived, the weather was not great and going to be getting worse. So we scrambled on both ends to shoot at 3:00 and make it happen. Here is Chris as he proposes to Keeley. More photos will come to the blog soon!
Lindsay and Adam wanted their engagement portraits on the beach with a campfire. I loved the idea! Check out the portraits we did at Golden Gardens. It was a beautiful night and a fantastic sunset.
I met Janhvi and Shashank at St Edward Park on a cool, blustery day for some engagement portraits. I love the natural environments at St Edward Park. Janhvi and Shashank obviously really enjoy being with each other and it was fun to watch.
There was some amazing light the other night when I got together with some of my clients for some engagement portraits.
Kim and Jesse have been together for a while. They met a few years ago at the apartment building they were both living in at the time. They are moving to Utah. Before they left, they planned a portrait session in Kirkland where they met, where they had their first date and where they shared their first kiss. Jesse also let me know that he was planning on proposing during the session!
I met this couple in Seattle for a spectacular sunset engagement portrait session.
What do you post for Valentine's Day? A wedding proposal, of course. By the way, Jesse and Kim are getting married!
Katie and Brad are a very entertaining couple. We went to one of their favorite parks at Carkeek in Seattle for their engagement portraits.
An engagement portrait of Katie and Brad at Carkeek Park from yesterday!
Anna and Ken met through a comic strip. That's awesome! Here is one image from the session in Seattle. I loved this location that Anna found for us. Beautiful views of the entire waterfront as well as Mount Ranier. Very cool!
This image was taken with a 5D Mark III and a 135mm lens.