Monthly Archives: November 2009

A Thankful Wedding- Mesa, Arizona

I got this email from wedding planner extraordinaire Kim Horn early Wednesday morning and it touched my heart. “Yesterday, a bride’s friend, Tina, called me around 2:30pm.  Tina told me her BFF (best friend forever), Katie has a mom dying of cancer.  They just found out Katie’s mom is not expected to live through this […]

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Here comes the sun- Kelli and Jacob’s Ocotillo Wedding- Chandler, Arizona

Saturday began with the sky blanketed in heavy gray clouds. Driving over to the Ocotillo Golf Resort in Chandler the weather did not look promising as it started to rain. Kelli and her bridesmaids arrived at the resort to get ready and the rainy weather was definitely on everyone’s mind. While Kelli and the ladies […]

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Back to School

AP Environmental Science at Basis. I had a great day of shooting for the Washington Post last week. I worked with reporter Nick Anderson on a story about different charter schools in Arizona. I traveled with him to three different schools- Basis Scottsdale, NFL Yet and Children First Academy the nations largest school for homeless […]

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Tiffani and Gary- Love at the Fair

I got the idea of photographing an engagement session at the Arizona State Fair after driving by the fairgrounds in Phoenix on my way to an assignments last summer. I am always trying to come up with unique and fun locations to suggest to couples for their engagement photos. When I mentioned the fair idea […]

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“How many pictures do I get?”

I am often asked by couples how many pictures I will take at their wedding. The literal answer is a couple thousand. Because I am shooting with high quality digital camera equipment and do not have to worry about film there is essentially no limit to the amount of photos I can take. With that […]

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