Category Archives: wedding

Art Deco Love | Hyatt Gainey Ranch | Film Photographer | Scottsdale, Arizona

{This is our sneak peek for this super special couple. Such an exciting feeling when you look at your email and the scans from the wedding are ready! Even more exciting is seeing how perfectly developed they are – not one ounce of photoshop or lightroom work (besides exporting the catalog) has been done to […]

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The Felch House | Historic Wedding Venue | Phoenix Wedding Photographers

When the bride first contacted me about her upcoming wedding on Valentine’s Day, 2015 – we seemed to have so much to talk about immediately. Sometimes it is almost surreal that a couple and their wedding photographer can be so much on the same page.  All she had to say was that she had made […]

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Shipping Film, It must be Monday | Wedding Film Photographers

There is something about counting and packing film up that makes me nervously excited on a Monday morning after a wedding weekend. It reminds me of the same nervous excitement I would have the few times I walked across a suspension bridge as a kid. My hands are actually sweating right now thinking of my little […]

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Bentley Projects Art Gallery | Downtown Phoenix Weddings | Featured Venue

The Bentley Projects in Downtown Phoenix is such a great spot for a wedding. We photographed our first wedding here I think nearly 8 years ago and it was just as cool then as it is now. Maybe it’s the loft like qualities of this historic building or the original details but there is something […]

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Super 8 Wedding Film | The House Brasserie Scottsdale | Old Town Scottsdale Wedding

I just love how weddings come in all shapes and sizes. While the singular quality of getting married is consistent with each wedding, the details of what makes up a wedding day are as unique as each couple. This wedding was no exception. We met this couple last summer over coffee. We sat outside on […]

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