Kelly & Aleks are expecting a little bundle of joy named Leo in just a few weeks. The first time parents are surely in for some sleepless nights ahead, mixed in with a bit of contentment and squishy feelings only a newborn can bring to your lives (all you with kids know what I’m talking…
When Danica got in touch with me about potentially doing her maternity photos, I was really excited? Why, you ask? Well, she’d sent me a picture of herself that showed off her armful of tattoos. For some reason, I’ve become fascinated over the last few years with showing off the “softer side” of tattoos. From…
Heather and John are getting married this Spring in Seattle. They both love the water, so naturally their wedding venue had to have a great view, which is why they chose to get married over on Alki.
It’s every photographer’s strongest asset. Natural light is beautiful, especially on warm sunny evenings or in the open shade. But sometimes, natural light just does funny things. Blue skies blow out white in order to properly expose your subject, harsh shadows create weird lines on faces, the list goes on. And sometimes, natural light just isn’t available. Dark reception halls and churches, or your front room on an evening, can be too dark for exceptional photography.
A totally sweet series of pictures that I’m totally jealous aren’t of me!
In 2012, I had the priviledge of photographing this beautiful couple while they were still the the throes of just-engaged bliss. We decided to go out to the lighthouse in Mukilteo because it was a nice scenic area with lots of variety. The bride-to-be looked stunning in her white sundress, while the future groom looked cool and casual. The white brick walls on the adjacent building provided a perfect backdrop for some fun, more urban moments.
Because I said so. The End.
Alright, I’ll be serious. Well, not sarcastic at the very least. That’s all I can promise.