Posts tagged "Lodo"
It was a really fun day! Tracy and Ryan are one of those couples that just glow with energy on their wedding day. They are full of love, excitement and emotion. This is the perfect recipe to create powerful images. Photographing in Lodo Denver is always easy with so many great environments. We used busy […]Read More
Summer weddings in Lodo Denver offer a unique photographic experience. I really love working in the alleys and using the old architecture to create powerful images. Jarred and Hillary were looking forward to a downtown wedding day and I had loads of ideas for their wedding photography, but I had one personal goal for the […]Read More
We have had a very mild winter this year in Colorado. I’m still shooting family portraits in many of my favorite locations in which is very unusual for this time of year and really a nice surprise. The Bridges family gathered together in Denver for Christmas for the first time in years. The children have […]Read More
A recent graduate, a young family and a Grandmother with a keen vision for family portraits. This shoot was a blend of many things; graduation portraits, family portraits, children’s portraits and a character study of a young woman who loves to read. We collectively decided to photograph in an urban setting to tie it all […]Read More
I am really excited to get this post up on my blog! I had such a great time photographing Troy and Jamie and want the whole world to see the results. We decided that two engagement sessions were necessary to capture both their love of adventure and fun in the city. We covered a lot […]Read More
I am just back from Wes and Lauri Lea’s wedding and It’s official. Yes, that was the last wedding of 2009. What a great way to end a great year. It was really nice to capture their wedding ceremony at The Chapel at Red Rocks. Red Rocks is magical in the winter with snow on […]Read More
I love the depth and layering in this image. This is right across the street from their home in Lodo, Denver. I like the form of the wall mimicking the shape of the mountains. Seemed fitting as they are facing west looking at the Rocky Mountains. Drama in the form of simplicity. Is this a […]Read More