Monica and Daren were looking for a romantic engagement photo shoot in Denver, so we visited some new fun spots in Denver’s RiNo district (the River North area near LoDo) in addition to some of my favorites in LoDo. These two just oozed chemistry, and were so fun to photograph on this wintery Denver day last January!
Patrick and Christina (aka Chrissy) were married in the foothills of Boulder, CO at the Greenbriar Inn. I used to work with Christina in my “former life” (before going full time with photography) so this was a really special wedding for me to photograph. Christina is one of the most organized people I’ve ever met, and it all paid off as the day went off without a hitch. The DIY wedding details were perfect, from the burlap table runners and mason jar flowers to the P+C puzzle pieces for guests to sign and adorable “Here Comes The Bride” banner.
Here’s a throw-back post with a few photos I took for a Cortez, Colorado winery called Sutcliffe Vineyards.
Andrea and Steve were married at the beautiful Manor House mansion in Littleton, Colorado. The Manor House is in the Ken Caryl valley, nestled up against the mountain foothills. You might remember this lovely couple from their engagement photos in LoDo. I loved photographing all the details of this wedding, from the bird cage with their wedding rings to the amazing DIY flowers the groom’s mother arranged. Not to mention the fabulous stylings of the Manor House like the draped tulle, vintage chandelier and the plush vintage couch (I’m always a sucker for vintage furniture!). A sparkler send-off down the steps of the Manor House inspired “Love” in all those who attended.
Rowan is a smiley, bright-eyed doll that reminds me a little of the Gerber baby – so sweet and cuddly! Here are a few of my favorite shots from his 6-month portraits in Grand Junction, Colorado. We took these at Rowan’s house with his beautiful mom Jane, who knew all the tricks for keeping him smiling and cooing! Rowan is also the son of Rob, featured in a previous climbing post here.
A wheel-gripping, icy drive through Colorado’s mountains rewarded me with these majestic views of Monarch Pass and Telluride, Colorado.