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
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As I put on my ski pants in the Breckenridge ski parking lot I knew this was going to be a fun shoot. It was a warm winter day in December. Snow has been falling this year so the skiing is better than most Decembers. I head up on the gondola with tele-skis and two […]Read More
Mike and Brandy love to ski, they also love the Colorado mountains. They planed a ski wedding on the last week that the Breckenridge Ski Resort was open. Little did they know that mid April this year would feel like a normal May. Colorado has had a VERY dry and warm winter and spring. Although […]Read More
I had a great first wedding of 2012. We started with some snowshoeing…….Really we started the day snowshoeing. Let me explain, for the first two hours of Adam & lynne’s wedding photography coverage we photographed them on top of a mountain in two foot deep snow. I used snowshoes to create a trail that Lynne […]Read More
I had a great time photographing the Andringa family at Red Rocks just outside Morrison, Colorado. Winter can be one of the most dramatic times to the year to photograph, especially with the large red sandstone rock formations contrasting with the snow. Their storybook will feature many of the images from this session, It can […]Read More
Snow, kids and dogs. What could be more fun in the mountains for a December family portrait.Read More
Spring in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado can be a time of sun and warmth or clouds with rain and snow. It can seem as if mother nature just cant make up her mind. What I loved about David and Talia’s wedding was they didn’t let mother nature spoil their fun with a spring blizzard […]Read More