Erik & Sierra got married at Swift River Ranch just outside of Billings, Montana. It is so exciting and an honor to have Rocky Mountain Bride feature some of my wedding photography! You can read more about this real Billings, MT wedding here.
I love pulling out real moments and connections between the people I’m photographing. If you’re in love all you need to look great in your photos is to be interacting and your photos will come out just as sweet, loving, or goofy as the two of you are together. If your planning a wedding you will need some photos to show how you feel. Wedding and engagement photos that show the real you looking relaxed and happy is the goal for any photography session.
I went to see the family over Christmas and of course, I bought the photo booth with! I used it all weekend to get group shots of family and to just document the weekend as well. My family likes to have fun and the photo booth is a good way to capture the energy and goofiness that happens when we get together.
Just in time for the holidays! The Edgar Bar (where I have been known to craft and consume a few cocktails) requested the presence of photo booth for there ugly Sweater Christmas party! That handsome gentlemen on the left is your's truly, I'm with two of the owners from the Edgar Bar, Kim and Scott (Tyler's in another image down lower). If you are ever traveling between Billings, Red Lodge, or Cody do yourself a favor, swing in for the best steak and shrimp you'll find anywhere!
If you are planning or have ever planned a wedding you know that a lot of work goes into it. It takes many talented hands doing what they do best to put together all the details together for a wedding day. So on this blog, I would like to take a moment and say THANK YOU to all the hard working professionals who helped put together Jessie and Kevin's wedding day.
Last weekend we headed up to beautiful Red Lodge, one of my favorite areas in Montana, for a Maternity session. Sarah and Brock live in Bozeman and haven't spent much time in the Red Lodge area so they decided to make a mini vaca out of it and stayed in Red Lodge over night. In the late afternoon, we headed to Wild Bill Lake just outside of Red Lodge to create some photos.
The photos turned out stunning!