Mountain Wedding

Mountains make for a dramatic backdrop as you say your vows outdoors. We love spring weddings in the mountains, when the flowers are in bloom, and everything is green, and the weather is mild and comfortable. We love the casual nature of mountain weddings, and the sense of adventure that comes with being at a high elevation, on rocky terrain, or in a valley surrounded by snow-capped peaks.


Wild Basin Lodge, Allenspark, Colorado

Kate and Colin were married at Wild Basin Lodge in Colorado.


4 Eagle Ranch, Wolcott, Colorado

Gabrielle and Jesse’s 4 Eagle Ranch wedding in Wolcott, CO.


Cave B Estate Winery, Quincy, Washington

Sarah and Angelique marry in a picturesque ceremony at Cave B in Washington Wine Country.


Ahwahnee Hotel; Tenaya Lodge, Yosemite National Park, California

Dhanya and Nayan get married in Yosemite, at Tenaya Lodge and the Ahwahnee Hotel.


Castle Rock, Colorado

Peter is a sports photographer, and we were connected to him by our mutual friend Chip Litherland, a photographer Ben and I have always looked up to.


Terelj Hotel Mongolia, Mongolia

Nomin and Batka own a hotel in the Mongolian countryside, where they held their Mongolian and Western ceremonies.


Gatekeepers Museum, Lake Tahoe, California

During their first conversation while attending law school in Davis, CA., Erin and Jason discovered yet another similarity between them. Coincidentally, they had both planned a skiing trip the next day in Lake Tahoe.


Grand Lake, Colorado

Anne and Eric’s wedding was really important to me because Eric has been one of my best friends over the last few years.


Linville, North Carolina

We got to photograph Betsy and Hansen twice: once for their engagement session in South Carolina and again at their wedding in North Carolina.


Lake Tahoe, California

We first talked with Paige and Alex over two years ago. They were both in the Navy at the time (Paige still is), and Paige was about to set out on a battleship for the next two years.