Posted on May 11, 2012
Art Silk and I photographed Amy and David in Lower Downtown Denver with their dog Miles. The couple sought an urban setting for their engagement portraits and wanted to include Miles in their photos.
We are looking forward to photographing their wedding tomorrow at the University Club in Denver Colorado.
Posted on April 4, 2012
Holly and Erik’s destination wedding weekend took place at her grandparent’s private ranch Hole in the Wall, outside of Kaycee Wyoming. Hole in the Wall Ranch is situated along Red Wall, Castle Rock peak at 5200 feet and the Powder River runs through the ranch. For over 30 years, Hole in the Wall Ranch has been the location of choice for their family reunions and hosting this wedding was a first for the ranch.
Cloud 9 event planners were the team responsible for coordinating this beautiful wedding. You can view their blog posts of this Wyoming ranch wedding rehearsal and wyoming ranch wedding. Art Silk and I photographed this amazing wedding.
The festivities began on Friday with a rehearsal at the ceremony site, followed by a tradtional Texas BBQ dinner. Many of the guests camped at the ranch in their RV’s. Guests were able to hike the red rock formations, trout fish at Sheep Creek, bass fish at Poker Creek, or mountain bike. Saturdays ceremony was situated in a field along Spring Creek. The bridesmaid and bride were delivered to the ceremony by a team of horses provided by Powder River Percherons from Kaycee, Wyoming.
Posted on March 30, 2012
Art Silk and I photographed Alexa and Shelby at an area of north Denver which featured a railroad tracks and viaduct. The two friends had a blast posing individually and together.
Shot with one SaberStrip, Nikon SB-800 flash and triggered by Radio Popper Jr.
Posted on February 14, 2012
Art Silk and I decided to shoot some strobist style portraits of ourselves in an industrial area north of downtown Denver. We shot our Nikon flashes off camera with triggers. During the shoot we used a silver reflector and a new light modifier called SaberStrip. This photo shoot was one of my first experiences with off camera flash and the initial results we obtained were amazing.