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Asking someone to marry you is a BIG deal! The proposal is a heart racing, is this really happening, almost out of body experience! Usually the one getting down on one knee has put a lot of time and thought into this pivotal moment. (unless it’s one of those crazy Vegas-like deals!) And what better way to capture this magical […]

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Family reunions, celebrations, special gatherings all make a wonderful time to have a hire a professional photographer to capture families. This time it was an intimate marriage ceremony at a private home on Bainbridge Island that brought loved ones together.

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Gwen and Greg were married at St. Barnabas church on Bainbridge Island and held their reception on the waterfront at Gwen’s parents house just down the street. It was beautiful wedding day filled with love, laughter and happy tears. It was such a privilege to be their photographer.          

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What a better birthday gift for Mom then a countdown of photographs of her children to lead up to her big day! I was so impressed with all the creativity and preparation that went into this. What a thoughtful & unique thing to do for someone special. :)  

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Happy New Year! Check out the winter issue of Bainbridge Island Magazine below featuring non other then my dog Daisy on the cover! I was very excited when they chose this photograph I took of her in the snow for the winter issue. There is also a bio of me on the inside and took a […]

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Autumn is one of those times of the year that you never know what the weather will bless us with in the Pacific Northwest. I always tell my clients that whatever the day brings it will be memorable! Erin and Peter certainly got that when the forecast called for the wind/rain storm of the century on […]

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Robin and Rick got ready for their wedding in Gig Harbor, WA. It was here that I learned a new wedding superstition – by placing a pan with a wooden spoon outside the night before your wedding it will help keep the rain away. Sounds like a long shot, but why not and it certainly worked for Robin and Rick! :) […]

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