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Matt and Jess’s wedding brought me out to the beautiful Grand Tetons, more specifically to the base of the Grand Targhee Ski Mountain in Alta, Wyoming. I arrived the day before the wedding, and once I got settled in we headed up the road to a nice scenic area for a quick portrait session at sunset. We found a really cool spot lined with aspen trees for the first look prior to the ceremony. These two picked a really cool spot for the ceremony with the alter right in front of a creek that flows along the Teton Teepee Lodge where the rest of the festivities took place. It was so much fun getting to know this awesome couple and their family and friends over the weekend. Thanks for having me along Matt and Jess, and congrats!
I had a great time doing a quick shoot around Coeur d’Alene with local model Svetlana. We started off by the lake and worked our way through the downtown area. I had a chance to set up some off camera lights at the end of the shoot for a a few photos that turned out pretty rad. Svetlana was awesome to work with! Looking forward to my next shoot with her!
Drew and Maegan wanted a country feel to their photos. And I think we accomplished that.
Wheat fields, horses, and golden light made for a pretty awesome engagement session with these cats. I can’t wait for their October wedding in the same vicinity we did the engagement shoot!
Jubel and Rafa’s wedding was pretty rad.
I went to high school in a town about 10 minutes from where Jubel did out in Western Montana. It’s great shooting someone’s wedding who you knew previously because it’s that much more laid back. This was also a fun wedding because I rented the Canon 135 f2 lens for the weekend because my 50mm was in the shop for repair. That lens is amazing and I will soon add it to my arsenal.
These two had a more intimate ceremony with family and close friends, followed by an epic celebration on a cruise boat on Lake Coeur d’Alene.
Pretty awesome day if you ask me. Thanks for letting me be a part of your day Jubel and Rafa! Congrats!