Elopement, Engagement, and Adventure Wedding Photography
Below are the stories and photos from some of the raddest couples I know. You're invited on these adventures with us! Feel free to click through these posts to see the mountains, lakes and waterfalls explored.
Join the adventure
A picturesque Washington mill-town on the Olympic Peninsula hears wedding bells as a beautiful bride and groom celebrate their wedding day in the historic chapel. With an intimate forest first look that will leave you reaching for the Kleenex and the bride rocking a white leather jacket, this Pacific Northwest wedding is filled with unique and personalized details.
A cozy lodge hidden away in the middle of a Pacific Northwest mountain town provided the perfect setting for this intimate Bellingham wedding day. A first look that will give you all the feels and breakfast served for dinner, this Bellingham wedding showcases intentional and well-planned details.
A bride and groom left the hustle and bustle of wedding planning behind on the mainland for an intimate, adventure elopement on the island of Kauai. The story of how I became their photographer is an adventure on its own, but throw in a camper van, cloud-topped mountains, and a farmer’s market owner named Tim and it becomes an incredibly epic adventure. Emily and Chris’s Kauai adventure elopement proves that there is no equation when it comes to planning a wedding.
The Big Four Ice Caves is a classic and popular spot off of the mountain loop highway to go hiking. Just 90 minutes from Seattle, one will find themselves surrounded by snow capped mountains and the breathtaking fall colors that sweep the mountainside.
This family adventure session was filled with mini donuts for bribery, playing hide-and-seek, the sweetest golden retriever named Wrangler, and truly dancing in the rain.
A Mount Rainier engagement session that was truly an adventure. From the forest trials, alpine lake, and wildflower valley, this sunset adventure session will have you planning your own trip to Mount Rainier.
Just a hour from Seattle, you'll find Gold Creek Pond right past the Snoqualmie summit. Gold Creek Pond offers stunning views (as you can see) that are just a quick walk from the parking lot. What I love about Gold Creek Pond is its accessibility for all. Juliana, Zach, and I arrived in the evening to catch sunset. Luckily for us, by the end of the night we had Gold Creek Pond all to ourselves. From butt grabs, to booty bumpin', to ending the night in the icy waters of Gold Creek Pond, these two kept the party going.
From wind, to little pockets of sun, back to wind with a true PNW mist, and eventually to rain, July 1 was the epitome of Seattle weather all wrapped up into one day. We adventured to the forest floor, a mountain lake, to a waterfall tucked in the Snoqualmie National Forest, this session was the definition of epic.
A day full of pillow fights, waffles, and slow dancing in the kitchen