I make art for people while I tell their love stories. I'm fascinated with creating unique and artistic portraits that will be treasured for generations. Portrait & Wedding photography Spokane-based but available world wide.
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So excited to post this engagement session. I had a blast spending some time with Tiffany & Nate on a rainy & windy day that cleared up just as we left The Rocket Bakery. I guess my magical weather controlling powers work during engagement sessions as well as wedding days. Of course, now that I say that, I’m guaranteed rain for my next 10 sessions.

One of the things I enjoy is being able to really get an idea of each couple’s relationship as I spend time behind the camera. It was plainly obvious that Tiff & Nate just really enjoy being around each other—which makes my job much easier. You’ll see…

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This wedding was a little extra special since it was the last family celebration before the couple headed off to New Zealand to start working in the ministry. It was also a bit of a first celebration as well since Samuel’s parents & sister made the trip to Spokane from The Netherlands. It was a first chance for the families to get to know one another. It was an honor to be a part of such an important day. As such, my entire focus was capturing moments that would only happen once—things like one dad helping the other dad with his collar. In fact, that’s become an increasingly large focus of what I find important about what I do. I still love my portraits, but moments & emotion are what thrill me about what I do. Congratulations Amber & Sam. Happy travels as you start your lives together.