I had a great time creating a series of wall art for decor for the Spear family. It was one of those warm yet snowy winter days Boulder Colorado is known for. Creating a family portrait in the winter can add a really nice mix of depth and contrast with snow covered trees and rocks. […]Read More
Posts tagged "Mountain"
It’s not that often I get the opportunity to photograph a large multi-generational family portrait. This is always fun, creating a single image where everyone looks amazing and doing this in a classic Colorado environment is one of the one skills I pride myself in having. The Powers family has a historical connection to Boulder, […]Read More
Winter is the most under utilized time of year for all types of portrait photography. Many of my clients want to wait for spring but winter can be really amazing. The Sax family is a great example of what we can do in winter. In Boulder Colorado we have snow & cold but lots of […]Read More
It was a great pleasure to photograph Blair in such a dramatic environment. She loves snowboarding and we wanted to use this in her session. Senior Portrait photography in Colorado can be so different, I love to work with these kids in places they are excited to be. Photographing here at 11’000 feet in the […]Read More
Wedding & Reception Venu: Ten Mile Station Wedding Coordinator: Distinctive Mountain Events Band: Homeslice Band Florist: Petal and Bean Bakery: Sugar BreckRead More
Family portraits in the Vail Valley usually lead me into the Gore Range. Big aspen groves, craggy mountains over blue lakes that sometimes have moose wading just off shore. Family pictures in Colorado can offer so much. I created these portraits for the Blakesly family to create personal wall art decor for there home in […]Read More
Photographing in the high mountains is not only one of my specialties, It’s also one of my favorite things to do. I love finding new exciting out of the way locations to photograph in. Here is Josh and Sarah’s engagement shoot where we hiked a short ways at 12’000 ft on a mountain side to […]Read More