Here are more photos of our fun at weddings!
Mike, hunting deer again
Another photo by Steve Tinetti of us with Erin and Jason
Cool shot by Steve
Steve in the jungle
Steve found a shovel in the tall grasses.
This one makes me laugh… Steve took this picture of Mike and me eagerly
trying to photograph the porcupines that arrived at the reception.
Mike and Steve. For some reason, Mike is carrying his tripod with no hands.
For Matt and Amy’s wedding in Keystone, we had to take a 30-minute gondola ride to the top of the mountain.
Look Ma! My life is A-OK!
Nice view for a day of “work.”
Getting down and dirty with Amy and Matt in Keystone
Mike climbed up a big hill to get a good angle for some pictures–no easy feat at an altitude of 11,000 feet.
We were standing on a ski slope, so here I am doing some imaginary skiing.
Mike prefers snowboarding.
With snowboarding comes falling.
More fun on the ski slopes of Keystone.
On the way down after the wedding, the rain started. The timing couldn’t have been better.
You might remember my Fearless Bridal session with Jessica. Here are some more behind-the-scenes pictures from that shoot.
I’ve posted this one before, but it’s one of my favorites.
I got out of chronological order here, but here’s one that my assistant Tom Sanderson took of me with Jessica.
Another one by Tom. Thanks, Tom!
Here we are at Wild Basin Lodge, near Rocky Mountain National Park.
I sneaked a self-portrait while Tracey was getting ready on her wedding day.
Dancing with the flower girl
Showing a funny picture to the groomsmen
Getting attacked by an antler chandelier
Car bombs all around!
Maybe if he curls up really small, people won’t notice he’s there.
Mike, happy to be in the mountains near Silverthorne.
One of Mike’s jobs is to do all the manly stuff, like remove logs when I don’t like the way they look. 😉
During the ceremony
Hurrying to get out of their way during the recessional (after I took the pictures I needed).
With Sara and Cary and their wedding party
Mike and I often play the game of I’ll-take-a-picture-of-you-taking-a-picture-of-me.
The next day we were back at lovely Keystone.
I went upstairs and looked out the window of a hotel room to take a group photo of everyone.
My friend Tamera Goldsmith photographed Grace and Johan’s wedding with me.
At their delicious Italian lunch reception
Later that night, Mike and I drove to Denver for Grace and Johan’s evening party on a rooftop patio in LoDo.
In Manitou for Charlotte and Mike’s wedding a couple weeks ago. By the way, that’s a Shootsac
camera bag that I’m carrying in many of these photos. I have a gray cover and an aqua one.
Can you tell that I love my job?