From our very meeting months before their wedding, Kendra & Austin made an impact on me with their vulnerability. While mental health is a subject too taboo for some to speak of, Kendra was quick to open up about her journey towards finding health and the integral part Austin played in providing a safe space for her very early on in their relationship.
— Last year was a total dichotomy for me. While my personal life was full of intense challenges, in business I found myself in an unbelievably wonderful year of incredible shoots, clients so kind it blows my mind, and mile-marker firsts. I moved into my first studio space this year, hosted my first ever Florals […]
I could tell you all about how lucky we got with the weather that day. How we geared up to be rained on and then the skies miraculously stopped and gave us an hour of dry bliss. I could tell you about how symphonic the colors were. How the jewel tones of all their dresses sang in perfect harmony with the technicolor reds and yellows on the trees.
Last fall things came full circle when Mandy asked me to shoot her wedding in downtown Anchorage. The day her and Phil planned was all sorts of special from their sky-high ceremony, to the fleet of vintage cars, and all the way to their feast of Moose’s Tooth and Wild Scoops. What’s more than all those beautifully executed details though was how special this wedding was for me.
If you’ve been around a hot minute, you know that urban sessions make my heart SING. I cut my teeth on the work of portrait photographers based in big cities and studying their work taught me to the love an urban landscape. Because of that, I’m always open to anyone who will let me photograph them in the heart of our city.
I got to know Geliah & Brian when I had the privilege of shooting their wedding film last fall. I came to enjoy their company so readily as they are two people who are just so genuinely themselves. They are a balance of fire and water, urban and nature. For our session together, we decided to split our time to celebrate both sides. I felt real grateful we got to reconnect this fall for these portraits to celebrate their one year anniversary.
I can hardly describe the beauty of Hatcher Pass in the fall. It’s like a symphony of gold and rust and crimson singing out from all sides. The kind of beauty that absolutely blows your mind. Ashley & Joe found their way to Alaska for their very own fall elopement, just the two of them here to seal the deal and celebrate their love.
BLACK & WHITE STUDIO SESSIONS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2ND — For the first time ever, I’m offering an entire day of Black and White Studio Sessions just for you and the ones you love! Perfect for anyone who’s long overdue for updated photos and great for that holiday card photo you’ve always wanted. Sessions will be […]
Lorenzo and Armie’s first time to Alaska and it was one of the craziest weather days I’ve ever seen. But their souls are intrinsically adventurous and nothing would stop them. They came to celebrate their elopement among the mountains and even if that meant celebrating in the middle of a hailstorm, they were down.
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