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Mexican food photography to whet the appetite. We photographed with pictureline and Red Iguana.
Photos from the HRC Gala Dinner in Salt Lake City’s Grand America Hotel in 2022
If I had to pick one area of photography, it would be portraiture. To work with a person or group of people and to capture their best self with the camera is just an amazing amount of fun. Whether it is headshots for LinkedIn or a family group photograph at a reunion or maybe someone doing their favorite activity for the camera, I’ll capture your best side.
Here are a few of the latest blog posts with portraits I have created for other people.
Photos from a 2020 family portrait session in St. George, Utah. Lots of adults and the grandkids rock the blue theme and even some BYU …
I think most photographers have photographed at least one wedding. I photograph about 10 to 15 weddings a year. Sometimes I am just the assistant or the “second shooter” and other times, I am the main photographer. And since I am the Official Gay Photographer of Utah, I get the chance to photograph a number of LGBT weddings each year. I also photograph LDS Temple weddings, Catholic weddings, atheist weddings, Indian weddings, and other types of weddings. Each wedding is different, and in many cases, the weddings are very similar.
Check out some of the weddings, engagements, bridals, and formals that I have photographed. I would love to talk to you about your wedding day. BTW, a complimentary engagement session comes with every booked wedding package.
Weddings & Engagements
I’m Calling This a Secret Engagement Session
I sat on these engagement style photos for a few years. I photographed Meg and Karen at the Provo orchard during autumn and they even had their little dogs with them.
Adam & Amy’s Couple Photography and Special Guest
Big Springs Park in Provo Canyon was the location for this post-wedding engagement shoot and family photo shoot. I photographed Adam, Amy, and Afton during the summer.
It’s the One Hour Wedding at the Oquirrh Mountain Temple
Sometimes, all you need is an hour for wedding photography. At least I feel needed for that hour. We photographed Brielle and Spencer at the Oquirrh Mountain Temple on a freezing day in January.
An Orem Wedding in the Time of COVID-19
Brielle and Gage had to change their wedding plans due to the COVID-19 and things turned out great. We photographed the portraits in BYU’s Duck Pond. The ceremony was in a backyard in Orem.
Engagements in Provo’s Rock Canyon with Brielle & Gage
2020 has been a strange year with COVID-19, murder hornets, politics, and more. However, people are still planning on getting married and with some social distancing and being outdoors, there…
Wedding Photos at Market Street Grill with Tyson & Jared
Check out the wedding photography for Jared and Tyson’s ceremony at Market Street Grill in Cottonwood Heights. I’ve previously posted their engagement session at Wheeler Farms. They had little gift…