Perhaps it's wishful thinking, but every spring we expect that sunshine means warmth, and every April in Alaska we find this is not the case at all. Even so, Justin and Sarah braved the last of that winter wind out along the Turnagain Arm like the warm hearted humans that they are -- and completely nailed it!Read More
We shot Brianna and Cody's engagement session in Hatcher Pass just two weeks before their wedding (which I will be sharing later!) The weather is ever changing and unpredictable in the mountains, but we ended up with a perfectly overcast day. I don't think I have ever met a couple so in love,Read More
Where should I elope in Alaska and how? As a photographer, this is the one question I am asked most by couples who are planning to elope in Alaska. If you are drawn to the wild, rugged, beautiful, and off the beaten path, then surely Alaska is for you. The only problem is, the options for eloping here are endless and can be a bit overwhelming.Read More
Andrew and Betsy's wedding day plans unfolded in a very relaxed and natural way. Over coffee, they told me they were dreaming of an intimate ceremony somewhere in Alaska, some time in the fall. When they decided on Juneau, I knew they would not be disappointed. It is easy to fall in love with a place like that. It has the perfect mix of rugged mountains, towering pines, ocean, and dramatic weather. The moody cool toned color palette is perfection. It's like Anchorage and Seattle's love child, and I just can't get enough.Read More
Once upon a time, in a land far far away, a few kind souls made my childhood dreams of exploring Irish castle ruins come true.
This anniversary session came together in the maybe the most random way possible. Paula McManus was kind enough, (or crazy enough?) to pick a couple of complete strangers (my husband and I) up from the train station in Dundalk, Ireland...