I am proud to say that I finally have my website set up, and my blog ready to roll. First things first - I want to post the two latest sessions I've done - an engagement with an awesome couple: Matt and Kali, and a wedding I did with Mr. and Mrs. Nik and Britney Egger. I also want to talk a little about what I want to do with this blog. So – lets start with Matt and Kali :)
I met Matt and Kali through a friend of mine and they decided Cascade, Idaho would be the perfect location to do their engagement photos. I think that they could not have picked a better place. The weather and lighting was definitely in our favor, and the fall colors were just starting to make an appearance.
Check out the full engagement session ––>
So let me introduce you to an awesome couple – Nik and Britney. I had the opportunity to shoot their wedding about a month ago, and I have to say I had more fun than I think a wedding photographer is supposed to have. Is this even work? Isn't there something about doing what you love and loving what you do? Ok, so that justifies it some for me, but honestly, shooting these guys' wedding was a great reminder that you can absolutely make your passion your career. So check it out below!
See the entire wedding here ––>
So I know this is kind of a long one, but just hear me out here. I have become abhorrently more passionate about photography over the last couple years and so one thing that I want to do with this blog is talk about my processes as I'm updating my work. I learn so much every day about photography - the way it communicates ideas, the technical aspects of using different films and new digital techniques. I want people to be able to come away from this blog feeling inspired, if that means visually, or technically. Maybe you're a begging photographer who aspires to learn new things - one of my goals is to be a positive part of that growing community - please feel free to message me from the contact page. I have no secret weapon techniques to hide. So there you have it, please comment below or share if you enjoy my work, and all I can say is I appreciate all the support I have received from the community.