MN Camp Wedding – Haley and Andy

A MN Camp Wedding to kick off a year of gratitude What do I say about a wedding that happened in the before times? Before the shut downs, and the emergence of smaller weddings, and a focus on flexibility in events? About all I have to say is thank you. I feel extreme gratitude for all the learning and growth and survival of this past year, and also grateful for so many amazing celebrations that buoyed me through. We can continue to celebrate like this – in the woods, on the lake, with laughter and fire and water, This celebration…

Tori and Matt’s MN Camp Wedding

So, thank you 2020 for the clarity you have provided – the total joy of celebrating this MN camp wedding, the promise that we will gather again.

Theodore Wirth Chalet Wedding- Brianna and Joe

ENJOYING THIS THEODORE WIRTH CHALET INTO THE EVENING LIGHT Before I talk about the gorgeous summer celebration that was Brianna and Joe’s Theodore Wirth wedding, let me make a quick photo rant: Over and over again, I hear couples ask about tricky lighting situations and dark spaces. What will it be like when the sun sets, what about the dark ceremony space? Those are absolutely things that couples should worry about when they are finding a wedding photographer. And even though the specific answers can matter a lot, there are a lot of right answers. The most important part is…

Silverwood Park Wedding – Emily and Chris

Couples planning Silverwood Park Wedding know what an amazing space it is for a celebration – wild nature right by the twin cities.

Carleton College Wedding – Heather and Carl

Heather and Carl, their decades-in-the-making romance and their tremendous joining of families in joy, was a pleasure to document. Thank you for sharing Carleton College with me, on a gorgeous summer day. View other intimate weddings and elopements

Wisconsin Farm House Wedding of Friends {Ian & Liza}

Sometimes friendships just sneak up on you: I can’t really place when I became friends with Ian & Liza, but over the years of high school, summer camp, and then as adults, we just sort of fell into a comfortable friendship that I have grown to put the highest value on. I was honored when they asked me to photograph their wedding in Madison, but I also knew that a challenge was upon me: Ian doesn’t smile.  Luckily for me (and for Ian)  it turns out that when you marry your best friend, you are pretty happy, so he and Liza…