LGBTQ weddings are the same as all weddings. Love is love. I’ve been a wedding photographer in Seattle since 2006 and have photographed more than 250 weddings. About a quarter of those have been same sex weddings.
My favorite wedding and engagement photography
This is a collection of Journal posts from my favorite LGBTQ weddings and engagement sessions in Seattle. If someone asked me what is different about same sex weddings, I would answer “Not much.”. People are people. We all fall in love and live our lives. Who we fall in love with is different for everyone. I think if you watch people, it easy to see when people are in love. And the specifics of gender and age and all that stuff are just not that important. For photography, real moments are what make the best images. I don’t care to much about who people are or who they love. I just want to photograph how they feel!
14 common questions about wet plate collodion tintype photography
I've been a professional photographer since 2003 and took my first wet plate collodion tintype photo in June of 2018. T
Wedding photography interview!
I woke up to find a great feature about my wedding photography on With Joy's website! I've been a photographer since 19
Nathan & Tyrone // Rooftop wedding in Seattle
The way two people look at each other says volumes. It's that sparkle in their eyes. It's that knowing glance at each ...
David & Scott // Seattle wedding on Skansonia
On a sunny day high in the Four Seasons, David and Scott had smiles ear to ear as they readied themselves for their wedd
Mike & Ed // Within Sodo
I've been looking forward to sharing photos from Mike and Ed's wedding for quite a while. Their amazing Within Sodo wedd
Brad & John // wedding at Canlis
Brad and John are one of the kindest and most gracious couples I've met. When they walk into the room, the mood seems to
Jenn & Sarah // Wedding at Swiftwater Cellars
Jenn and Sarah are so much fun to work with! At every wedding there are things that stand out. For Jenn and Sarah, it is
Mike & Ed // engaged in West Seattle
When I first met Mike and Ed, they stood out with their stylish blazers. They pulled it off again with fedoras for their