May 31, 2010
Joy & Johnny are both pediatricians working in Chicago, and were married a couple of years ago. They picked the most beautiful day of the year to become sealed at the Mount Timpanogos LDS Temple. After they saw their pictures they emailed me: “The photos are awesome. We had a blast taking pictures with you! Now that we’ve had 2 weddings, we can definitely say that you are the superior photographer, compared with wedding #1!
Thanks so much, we love them!” I’m happy when my customers are happy.
May 21, 2010
Autumn will be getting married in June at The Bungalow in Pleasant Grove. It’s a beautiful place so we decided to do bridals there. Unfortunately we got cut short by rain but I think it worked out anyway!
May 15, 2010
Hailey & Blake picked the one of the best places on the best day in the best season of the year to get married, not a bad start. I shot Hailey’s bridals a while back at the State Capitol Building but this was the first chance I had to meet Blake. This happy couple couldn’t stop smiling all day long. I’ve been so busy shooting lately that I’ve been neglecting my blog posts, so here’s a ton of pics from their wedding day:
May 11, 2010
Thanksgiving Point must be the best place in Utah to take bridal pictures. With so much variety I could shoot all day. Emily looked stunning and I’m looking forward to shooting her wedding at the Salt Lake Temple and reception in Park City this June. Here are some of my favorites from the bridals:
May 1, 2010
Jessie & Curtis picked a perfect spring day to get married in the Jordan River Temple. I love shooting at the Jordan River Temple as it’s something a little different from the more popular temples along the Wasatch Front. The evening reception was held at the Skyroom at BYU. Congrats to Jessie who graduated last week from BYU with a degree in Linguistics. In addition to English she fluently speaks German, Russian, Tagalog (maybe even more languages, I don’t remember). Herzlichen Glückwunsch zum Hochzeitstag! Hier sind einige Bilder des Tages: