Rob and Danielle – Puget Sound Wedding Photography

Rob and Danielle – Puget Sound Wedding Photography

Posted by on Oct 21, 2010 in Blog | No Comments

Rob and Danielle are two of the funnest most energetic folks that you’re likely to meet. Liz and I love outdoor weddings, so we were excited to photograph theirs at Kitsap Memorial State Park by the Hood Canal. More importantly though, we loved witnessing their adorable affection for each other and the enthusiastic support of their friends and family.

Congratulations Robert Higgins and Danielle Du Nann!

beautiful detail of bride and groom's rings on fall leaf.

bride and groom meet in forest. processed color, antique, anticipation

bride and groom embrace in forest, black and white, sentimental, hug, smiling, happy

bride and groom by the ocean, joking and teasing each other. happy, outdoors, quirky

crazy groomsmen hold up groom. yelling and laughing, high energy wedding portrait

ecstatic bride smiles at groom during outdoor wedding ceremony. female officiant in background.

enthusiasitc bride and groom lead recessional. antique cross processed color.

bride and groom watching photo slideshow at reception

audience watching photo slideshow at wedding reception.

bride smearing wedding cake on groom

wild dancing at wedding reception.

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William Tippery – Seattle Senior Portrait Photography

William Tippery – Seattle Senior Portrait Photography

Posted by on Oct 11, 2010 in Blog | No Comments

Rather than a formal portrait session, hanging out with William (who happens to be my brother-in-law) just felt like a fun afternoon walking through the park and exploring Seattle. He’s a great guy with a passion for theater and classic musicals (someone’s got to do it!). I hope these pictures capture a bit of his quirky personality and sincere heart.

Will – you’re awesome!

low contrast black and white seattle senior photo. urban brick background

seattle senior photo. urban graffiti

seattle outdoor senior pictures. discovery park field. tilted horizon

seattle senior portrait photography. low angle hero shot, silhouette, outside at discovery park

discovery park seattle senior portrait photography

waterfront seattle senior portrait photography, discovery park. warm toned black and white

three quarters headshot. seattle senior portrait photography

If you’d like to see more, check out the Facebook gallery with the rest of the shoot.

Mark and Erika – Wedding Photography in Index Washington

Mark and Erika – Wedding Photography in Index Washington

Posted by on Sep 19, 2010 in Blog | 4 Comments

Mark and Erika are the sort of people that instantly make you feel comfortable when you’re around them. They’re thoughtful, funny, down to earth and full of laughter. At the end of a month-long stretch of shooting over a wedding a week (not to mention moving and pulling off a thesis show), their low-key celebration out at a remote cabin in Index Washington was a welcome change of pace. While editing, I enjoyed experimenting with cross-processed color and low contrast black and white. Let me know what you think!

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Colin Teal & Rachel Saimons – Rehearsal Dinner

Colin Teal & Rachel Saimons – Rehearsal Dinner

Posted by on Sep 17, 2010 in Blog | No Comments

Colin and Rachel contacted me last minute to see if I could photograph their rehearsal dinner. Because Colin’s dad had been in a serious accident shortly beforehand, it was especially important to capture memories from the evening. I was glad to be available and hope these pictures do justice to a beautiful evening. Visit the main gallery here if you’d like to see more (just so you can see for yourself that Urban Light Studios actually has a wall covered in antique paint by numbers, and, among other things, a stuffed tiger).

Event Photography at Urban Light Studios in Wallingford Seattle

Yes that’s mineral water going into the champagne glass. Awesome.

empty wine glasses on elegant counter top. Urban Light Studios event

Brian Smith and Kate Meinig – Lummi Island Wedding Photography

Brian Smith and Kate Meinig – Lummi Island Wedding Photography

Posted by on Sep 9, 2010 in Blog | 2 Comments

When Kate and Brian first contacted me about photographing their wedding on Lummi Island, I immediately got excited about capturing their day in a place close to my heart. (I grew up looking out at the San Juans from my bedroom window and doing kayak/sailing trips through the islands each summer). They held an intimate ceremony and reception at the Willows Inn, which is one of the most beautiful and unpretentious venues I’ve had the opportunity to work at. Throughout the day I loved witnessing Brian and Kate’s quirky unassuming love for each other and their community. Here’s to a beautiful life together!

For more photos visit the full gallery here.

bride and groom say vows outdoors at willows inn on lummi island

groom reading vows to bride outside on lummi island at the willows inn wedding garden

bride smiling at groom while he reads vows

amazingly enthusiastic smile from bride to groom

bride and groom kiss under arbor outside on lummi island. black and white.

bride and groom walk through tunnel of green down to beach

groom carrying bride at beach on lummi island near bellingham
newlywed groom carries bride on beach

rocks and wine at wedding reception, detail shot.

flower decorations, farmers market style

outdoor wedding reception at willows inn on lummi island

flowers in vase inside at willows inn

lummi island salmon being roasted at the willows inn on lummi island

amazing buffet of healthy food being served at willows in on lummi island for wedding reception

father of bride leads toasts at wedding reception

bride and groom smiling during toasts

bride and groom cut green cake

bride and groom taking the first slice of their cake

groom having fun dancing with bride at willows in, around sunset.

groom having fun dancing with bride at willows in, black and white

silhouette of couple kissing by the ocean on lummi island

beautiful full moon setting over ocean by lummi island ferry dock

Ben and Kayti – Seattle Wedding Photography

Ben and Kayti – Seattle Wedding Photography

Posted by on Aug 31, 2010 in Blog | No Comments

It was such a joy to capture Ben Heller and Kayti Krepel’s marriage! I already knew them a bit from our church in Seattle, but I felt like I got to really see them at their wedding. The service was a beautiful celebration of their relationship and their faith. I also loved all the hippy details that made their day special: outside at Parsons Gardens, barefoot, acoustic, and full of color. And did I mention that the entire wedding party decided to climb up into a tree for photos? Awesome.

henna tattoos on brides hands (detail)

curling bride's hair for wedding (detail)

bride and maid of honor laughing while they get ready for wedding

wedding in parsons garden seattle

groom looking at bride during wedding ceremony in garden. black and white

wedding party from behind

groom washing bride's feet. sepia tone black and white

bride groom and minister laughing

bride and groom kiss

bridesmaid signing as witness on marriage license

bride and groom embrace in garden

bride and groom walk through wooded path in garden

bride looking up at groom

barefoot bridesmaids with colorful dresses (close up)

bridesmaids jumping in the air

groomsmen helping bridesmaids climb into tree

entire wedding party in a tree! awesome.

wedding party in tree, closer up

bride and groom kiss in tree

bride and groom kiss in tree, sepia tone black and white

James and Tiffany – Bellingham Wedding Photographer

James and Tiffany – Bellingham Wedding Photographer

Posted by on Aug 28, 2010 in Blog | One Comment

James McGeathey and Tiffany Turner had a small, beautiful ceremony with family and friends at Elizabeth Park in Bellingham. Throughout the day, I enjoyed James’ fun, playful attitude and Tiffany’s creative attention to all the details. There was definitely a classy, creative vibe to the celebration, and I was especially impressed by the wedding cupcakes. You are both supported by your friends and family, and I wish you the best in your new marriage!

bride getting ready. sepia tone black and white

bride smiling and looking up. getting ready for wedding. sepia toned black and white

bride and groom getting married in gazebo

detail of groomsmen's shiny black shoes at wedding. sepia toned black and white

bride looking at groom

groom looking at bride

bride and groom wearing new wedding bands

bride and groom kiss while audience takes pictures

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Zach and Dannielle – North Bend Wedding Photographer

Zach and Dannielle – North Bend Wedding Photographer

Posted by on Aug 13, 2010 in Blog | No Comments

Liz and I started off a crazy month of wedding photography by capturing Zach Wright and Dannielle Coleman’s wedding at Bybee Farms in North Bend, Washington. We were refreshed not only be the gorgeous outdoor location, but by the overwhelming support we felt for Zach and Dannielle by their friends and family. Their grounding in their faith and their heartfelt commitment to each other were a blessing to witness.

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bridesmaids getting ready for wedding

flowers and arbor at outdoor wedding venue

groomsmen trying out zach's "wedding present"

bride putting on garter while getting ready for wedding

bride putting on wedding dress

bride putting on makeup

bride outside waiting to see groom

bride outside waiting to see groom

groom's first look at bride

bride and groom kiss

bride and groom dip

wedding flowers, close up

B&W of groom's shoes

bride and groom getting married outside under arbor

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Do you like me?

Posted by on Jul 14, 2010 in Blog | No Comments

Curious Imagery just launched a social presence on Facebook. While a walk by the ocean is my preferred “social media,” I’m hoping that this will make it easier to communicate with clients, get feedback on what’s working best, and share my photography.

You can help give this a little momentum just by clicking the “Like” button below. Thanks!

For you Facebook Gurus out there, I’d love tips. How have you seen a business page used best?