The holidays can bring the best out of individuals or the worst, same with weddings. As a wedding photographer I’ve seen everything, and know how to handle those type of situations. I think we all know what I’m talking about? “Family Drama”. With an experienced photographer like me – when parents and relatives become nervous on the day of the wedding, I am able to answer their concerns and try my best to dissipate any worries you or they may have. I’m a problem solver, solution seeker, and pride myself on being helpful. Occasionally my husband will photograph with me or my trained second photographers and they also understand my motto to serve you with the best experience.
Although we miss our Moms & Dads, and brothers, and wish we could be apart of all the crazy dysfunction and wonderful memories that come with the holidays, living 2,315 miles and roughly 35 hours away from where we grew up, brings some challenges. So for this year and every year we have grown to appreciate the little things and cherish the time we fly back to the Mitten, “Michigan”, in the summers instead of during the holiday season.
As my husband and I settle into the Christmas spirit we have grown accustomed to making our own family traditions including driving up to Snoqualmie/North Bend to hunt for our Christmas tree. Although the first tree farm we visited didn’t have the size we were looking for, we didn’t give up and continued our quest further down the road to another tree farm and found the one! This year’s Christmas tree is important to us because it is the first one that will go into our first home we purchased in August. We can’t wait to share more photos with you of our new home here in West Seattle and the joy of fixing it up. Until then we wish you the most joyous holiday from our little family to yours.
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