I’m passionate about light, life, and love. In both landscape and wedding photography, my goal is to capture candid moments and little details that make every moment unique. Subtle looks from your spouse, joyful guests, and the rambunctious children surrounding you as you celebrate your love for each other.




I enjoy capturing photographs using combinations of ultraviolet, visible, and infrared light. Applying these techniques towards portrait photography can amplify the surreal joy and uniqueness of your wedding day.

Infrared photograph of couple in Cabo
Infrared photograph in Cabo San Lucas


In addition to visible, infrared, and ultraviolet filter options, your portraits can be captured using my drone or my custom built digital large format camera (think old school accordion camera).

Large format wedding portrait
Large format portrait


My second shooter is my wife, Brittany. Her ability to tell a story through a lens, anticipate your needs, and use self-deprecating humor for smiles, is invaluable to your wedding. She manages the timeline and communicates with you, your families, and the vendors to help make sure your day flows smoothly. It’s like having a mini wedding coordinator!


Elopements start at $1,200 and include:
2 hours of coverage
Two Photographers
150+ polished images

Wedding packages start at $2,900 and include:
Engagement Session
9 hours of wedding coverage
Two photographers
500+ polished images

A La Carte:
Engagement Session (1.5+ hours): $500
Rehearsal/Rehearsal Dinner (3 hours): $650
Additional hours: $250/hour

Pricing is for the greater Seattle area (King, Pierce and Kitsap counties).

Call us today to schedule a free consultation via the contact page or by phone at 206-406-6925. Coffee (or wine…) is on us!

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