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A few favorites from Sierra and Thomas’s spring elopement at Wahclella Falls – it rained until we hit the trail, it rained when was reaching the parking lot, but not in between. This place is so magical. 

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I can’t even summarize the love of these two. They were each other’s first female relationship and man did they get it right the first time. Their love is just electric and you can feel that anytime and every time they look at each other. They have overcome discrimination from their own family and are…

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It’s this time when I’m going through a year’s worth of images that I really realize how very grateful I am to get to do the job I do. I am there for some of the most intimate and raw moments of people lives, get to make art out of these quick and fleeting moments,…

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Sarah and Mike’s wedding at Oak Pioneer Church and reception at Coopers Hall was so freakin’ classy. And I about died over that Elizabeth Dye dress. Of course it’s easier to do a first look and photos before the ceremony, but I do admit, there is something about the pomp and circumstance of a processional…

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Although I’ve been slow to blog this wedding, it’s always been in the back of my mind. Aimee and Brian had this awesome intimate wedding at a friends beautiful cabin somewhere in the country near Oregon City last summer that I feel like was so honest and raw and DIY and all the things I…

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Thinking back on this wedding, what I remember most is that it was a gorgeous sunny March day when all you can expect in March is rain when it comes to Portland. And it was a rooftop wedding – so some serious luck. I also remember how amazing Margot’s laugh is that it seems like…

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At first, Anna and Ben were planning a big wedding but then they landed on a more intimate gathering with their closest friends and family. A day full jenga, beers and a passed fireball bottle, embracing the quirk of The Sou’wester,  handmade floral crowns, and a ceremony under a little tent. And taking the time to…

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