It’s Christmas Eve and it has started to snow slightly. It’s what everyone in Big Sky wants for Christmas each year.
Before you tuck away for the holidays with your friends and family I wanted to share Kara and Ryan’s engagement photos with you. It was such a cold cold day in Big Sky, but the coldest days here, the negative multiple degrees Fahrenheit, they are some of the prettiest.
We hope you enjoy this winter cheer. Thank you so much for such a wonderful 2012. All of you, our fans, clients, friends and family have made it an incredible year. We are very excited to continue relationships with past clients and to make new ones with our 2013 couples and families.
What a beautiful day! I photographed Joe and Nong’s wedding years ago and since then they have have opened up the Naked Noodle in Bozeman and had two children. This winter I had the pleasure of photographing them once again along with their extended family.
What a joy it is to be able to document peoples lives as it is always changing!
Keep it in the moment,
Photographing families in their intimate homes and seeing the most honest and true moments is what inspires me most as a photographer. I am very grateful to all of the families that have let me creatively tell their life story with imagery. The best and most genuine shoots are like this one with the Hart Family where I am able to enter their home and just start shooting with no formalities. Every family is unique, and the more I personally get to know all of these amazing people, the more I am continually reminded what a joy it is to share with them the priceless gift of emotional and personal photography.
Thank you Amy and Chris for trusting me, I am honored. It truly is my passion!
Keep it in the moment
I am so grateful that our paths crossed 3 years ago. This couple Rachael and Bob had me photograph their wedding and they have so much love surrounding them, that I knew their baby was born into infinite love and support from all of their friends and family. These two prove that “Law of Attraction” is for real because everything they do is from their heart and they exude compassion with everyone they encounter.
This baby is so fortunate, that is all I have to say!
Keep it in the Moment,
22 September 2012
“It feels like we stepped back in time,” said Kene. Old stone fences lined the roadway en route to Ali and Davey’s rehearsal. Deciduous trees, softly turning shades of pale green edged with gold in tune with the season, hung low over the driveway as we entered the ethereal Ginell property. We knew from the very moment we stepped out of the car that we were in for a treat with this wedding, and we were not disappointed, as the following day we were delighted to find more of the same romantic and cozy setting we encountered throughout this trip. The day itself was deeply moody and moving as clouds hung low, which, in this case, only contributed to our work and set the tone for a thoughtful, joyful day of celebration. Held on a lush three hundred and fifty acre historic parcel of land, with a lake and two hundred year old stone livestock enclosures, this wedding had it all. Perfect details, flawless fashion, and, of course, all of the anticipation and pleasure of a tightly knit family gathering. The guests were warm, the passion ran deep, the friendships were pleasant, conversational exchanges were rich, and the vows were memorable. Thanks for such a fantastic day Ali and Davey!
Kelsey and Brit have been playing around Lone Peak in the winters for a long time. Watching these two ski is an amazing live experience. These two love playing together, it is how they started their relationship.
When they showed up to the engagement shoot they just got back from a camping/fishing trip, which seems to be the average weekend for these two.
Keep rocking you two, I look forward to seeing all of the people you two will bring together on your wedding weekend.