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  • Dorothy & Matthew’s School Throwback Anniversary Shoot

    It was April of 2007.  Dorothy was 14 and Matthew was 13: they were both attending Cedar Park Christian School in Mount Lake Terrace.  In the gym, on the bleachers, they met.  It was truly the beginning of something special.  Now, years later, they decided to hit up their stomping grounds to celebrate their relationship,…

  • My Mom’s Dress

    Valentine’s Day is a day to celebrate those we love.  We break out the pink and red hearts and chocolates, give hugs and kisses.  For me, Valentine’s Day has never been just about romance.  

  • Stacy & Jan’s Kirkland Art Gallery Wedding

    Sometimes life throws you a curve ball.  For Jan and Stacy, life threw them about 5 all at once.  One of those curveballs was the decision this fall to get married.  This last weekend, two months after they made the decision, they said yes in front of family and friends.  It was an evening full…

  • Caroline & Walt’s Seward Park Engagement Session

    Holy Moly this fall was gorgeous.  When the “storm of the century” was forecasted this October, I was sure all of the leaves were going to be blown from the trees.  But the storm never materialized in the manner it was predicted, and instead we were blessed with a few more weeks of gorgeous color.…

  • Christina & Greg’s Hurricane Ridge Wedding

    Christina and Greg got married last week on their 17th dating anniversary.  As a couple who has been through about half of their lives together, they weren’t focused on sweating the little things.  Instead, they had a beautiful and intimate elopement ceremony on a cliff in the Olympic National Forrest on Hurricane Ridge.  It was…

  • Christine & John’s Seattle Canlis Wedding

    Christine and John met online a couple years ago, though it turned out they had some mutual connections.  On one of their first dates, Christine brought a bottle of John’s favorite wine with her for a gift – a little nugget of information she’d gotten from the mutual friend.  Needless to say, much of the…

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