Planning a wedding is a lot of work. One one of the most important things to do early on is pick a photographer. At the end of the day, your photo collection is the way you will re-live your celebration for years to come. Here are three things to consider as you decide who will document one of the most important days of your life.
Katie and Adam’s Scottsdale Royal Palms wedding was a beautiful, and classy, affair. The kind of day that makes me appreciate being a wedding photographer!
The Museum of Northern Arizona is the perfect backdrop for a Flagstaff wedding that brings together families from radically different cultural backgrounds.
Lisa and Carsten traveled all the way from Germany for Grand Canyon wedding photos. Yavapai Point is always a beautiful spot for wedding photography.
Rebecca and Reggie celebrated their elopement with their kids out in the forest around Hart Prairie last April. There is something magical about the aspen groves even before the leaves grow back.
Olivia and Monti traveled all the way from Dubai for their destination wedding at L'Auberge de Sedona. It was an intimate, creek side affair with family and close friends. After getting ready in rooms at opposite sides of the resort, the two chose to see each other for the first time when Olivia walked down the aisle. It was so beautiful.
As 2018 gets rolling, I took some time to gather together some of my favorite images from last year. Some are greatest hits and some are B-sides that I really love. It's a pretty big collection of Arizona wedding images and it doesn't include close to everything I loved about photographing weddings with my clients in 2017.
I met Marissa and Dave at their Alma Mater, the University of Arizona for an engagement photo session. The two live in Los Angeles now but they drove back to Arizona to meet up. We had a great time visiting their old haunts and after the session ate burritos and drank margarita's. Pretty nice afternoon!