I am so fortunate to be sought out by LGBTQ+ Couples all over the Country for Wedding Photography. This Seattle Wedding at the Center for Wooden Boats was no exception. Weddings are never just a check on my Bucket List, I do not take this job lightly. Documenting these special days is always an extraordinary honor and I put all of my heart and intention into capturing all of the moments in a beautiful way.
Documenting Weddings in all 50 States has been a goal of mine since I documented my first Wedding in Yosemite in 2012, and my first Elopement in Chicago in 2013. Photography and Travel have been two parts of my life I’m most passionate about and combining the two completes me. So far I’ve been fortunate to document various love stories in ten different states. Grateful for every Couple that chooses me to document their Wedding and even more so when in another state. From day one my goal has been to be known as a Destination Wedding Photographer for LGBTQ+ Couples.
This Couple chose to include Puzzles, a Piñata and various games to keep their friends and families engaged and having fun with them.
Keeping Weddings Creative
I am always looking for new ways to wow my Couples and continue to expand my Creativity. GIF Movies are my newest offering in my Wedding Collections. The images throughout the Wedding Day are shot intentionally in my Documentary style and made into a GIF Movie which is a really fun way to view them. This fun new Feature is included in all Destination Wedding Photography Collections.
If GIF Movies just aren’t your thing, here are some of my favorite still images from this Destination Wedding Day.
Tiny House Photo is a Destination Wedding Photographer traveling anywhere in the USA to document Weddings, Elopements and Extraordinary love stories. What will your love story look like?