In June I met Baby Stone who had recently made the Huxford family a party of six. His brother wanted to keep kissing him, his older sister wanted to hold him, and the closest sister wasn't too sure about the newcomer yet. Hailey and Cam, you are rock star parents taking care of this cute bunch! Thanks for taking me to your "secret" Seattle beach.Read More
When I first met with Lauren and Kate, they stated that they were having bright, bold, and fun wedding. They wanted a giant party for their friends and family and they totally nailed it. Their wedding is one that I play back in my head - the happiness that constantly radiated from them; the laughter as Kate took Lauren's last name by surprise; the quiet moments by the water where they forgot that we were there and just soaked in the setting sun together. I'm beyond thrilled that their wedding is featured in Seattle Bride's Fall / Winter 2017 Issue!
Here is what Kate had to say:
Radiohead played a beautiful two hour set to a sold out Seattle crowd at Key Arena Saturday night. I was fortunate enough to photograph the show for KEXP - a total dream come true. A live review of their set will be online soon (link will show up here when it's live). In the mean time see some of my favorite images below, and click here to view the full photo set on KEXP's flickr.Read More
Christine + Tim were married on a warm August evening at The Stables in Georgetown. The mix of funky eclectic decor and a well curated playlist from The Talking Heads to Aretha Franklin made for a completely charming day. They included friends in their ceremony by having one play acoustic guitar versions of Iron and Wine's "Trapeze Swinger" when Tim walked down the aisle with his parents, and "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" for Christine, her mom and step-dad. When two friends sang a song mid-ceremony Christine and her bridesmaids couldn't hold back their tears. During toasts Tim's best man and long time friend shared a photo from when they were 7 or 8 years old on a ferry boat that they've recreated over the years- the pair made sure that grabbed a new version during bridal party portraits.
One memory that sticks out to me was the way that Tim kept quietly smiling at Christine throughout the day - there was no sign of stress, no hardships or rushing around, just assurance and pure satisfaction that they were moving into the next stage of their life together.Read More