Maggie + TYler
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A slot canyon, petrified rock trail and a stunning sunset caused this Pacific Northwest adventure photographer to fall hard for the beauty of southern Utah. Check out this Snow Canyon State Park elopement and you will be planning your next trip to this little southern Utah gem soon, trust me!
An adventurous couple ties the knot by doing a multi-pitch climb to the top of Monkey Face Rock in Smith Rock State Park. Did that sentence just inspire you to conquer the world? Me, too! Click to read more about this epic rock climbing elopement in central Oregon.
The night before their adventurous climbing elopement, Brenna and Zach explore the high desert floor of Central Oregon at sunset. Smith Rock State Park delivered an incredible sunset and even better adventure.
An adventure elopement in the mountains doesn’t have to include hours of travel time! I’m breaking down the best locations to elope that won’t rack up the mileage on your car. Read through my favorite elopement locations near Seattle, and let’s plan the most epic mountain elopement.
A well-known Washington state park delivers stunning sunsets and a phenomenal tidal current that will have you questioning your eyesight. This incredible engagement photo shoot at Deception Pass began with tacos in the parking lot and ended with sunset photos on a private beach. This adventurous engagement session reminded me why I love location scouting and doing everything I can as a photographer to make my clients’ experience one that is worth putting their photos in frames.
A secluded and intimate Airbnb wedding that took place on the Columbia River Gorge during the Pacific Northwest winter.
Caitlynn and Luke packed their suitcases full of Seattle feels and headed south to the bride’s hometown of Waco, Texas. They brought all the deep, rich colors of the Pacific Northwest to the Lone Star State, and there wasn’t a detail lacking in intentional planning and design.
An engagement session that took place at Diablo Lake in North Cascades National Park (the least visited national park in the United States!). From a lake at the base of Diablo Lake to an epic overlook, this engagement session will have you planning your own trip to the North Cascades.
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.