When Michael contacted me about photographing his proposal at Delicate Arch, I was all for it. It is a spectacular spot to decide to spend your life with the one you love. Thanks for letting me tag-a-long and capture the moment!
Moab has some quality families and this is one of them. Such great people. I'm so honored that I could capture their family before the twins leave home (and that long hair gets cut)!
This La Sal mountain wedding in Moab, Utah was perfection. I got to hear their "how we met" story and was laughing right along with them. They met in high school thirteen years ago and since then, they've been climbing and rafting all over the west. After searching for the perfect place to tie the knot, they finally settled on Whispering Oaks where they could have the best of both worlds: the mountains and the sandstone.
After dating for a decade, these two New Yorkers wanted to find the perfect destination wedding venue. Moab Under Canvas fit the bill: remote, serene and stunningly beautiful. One of my favorite moments of the wedding was the incredible storm that rolled by (scroll down for the photos!) but didn't rain a drop on the wedding. Such a lovely wedding.
A little mini blog post from a beautifully simple elopement at Dead Horse Point.
For two years I lived in this beautiful remote location. We were the last road to get plowed in the whole county and it was 75 miles to the nearest grocery store. There was no wifi, but I dare say there was a better connection.
Thankful for this state of mine. Mountains, red rocks, quiet spaces, busy cities, rivers, rock climbs... it's all here. If I could give it a fist bump, I would.
The furnace was cold today. But that's how I prefer it. Wandering, scrambling, sliding and stemming through the maze of fins and canyons feels so comfortable to me.