Photography for everyday adventurers
and outdoor lovers
Working With Me
If you’re looking for a photographer who will take you to the same spot as every other client, then tell you exactly where to sit, stand, and look for an hour, this is not meant to be. If you are looking for the cheapest photographer around, you might not value the attention I put into every session. And that’s cool, you should find a photographer that fits your needs.
If you’d rather explore a new trail, eat a picnic dinner overlooking a lake, have a snowball fight with your partner, get some sun on your face and wind in your hair, and go on a badass adventure without worrying about getting some dirt on your shoes, I want to be your photographer. I will capture the quiet moments and the loud laughter, the way you look at your partner with love in your eyes, the hugs and kisses that happen because they feel right and not because I told you to pose for the camera. You are not there for me; I am there for you.
If that just made you go “ohmygod what if we’re really awkward and don’t know what to do,” take a deep breath and relax. You can do this, I promise.
You can find me in Colorado for most of the year, but Norway is my second home and I travel to Europe yearly. I get really excited about shooting in new locations, and will never turn down a good road trip through the countryside because small towns and nature is where it’s at for me. I’d shoot a rorbu elopement in Lofoten or a small town Idaho wedding over a big city affair any damn day, and if there are mountains or oceans involved I am all in.
If you’re interested in having me as your wedding photographer, or want a couples session the next time I’m in your area, shoot me a message and let’s make it happen!
Upcoming Trips: Vermont, upstate New York, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New Mexico, Utah, Arizona
Places I’ve worked: Norway, Sweden, France, Iceland, Oregon, Vermont, California, Nevada, North Carolina, Minnesota, Iowa, Ohio, Illinois, Michigan, Massachusetts ++
Photo above: Mie & Per at Verdens Ende outside Tønsberg, Norway. Photo right: Amalie & Ronny in Bergen, Norway.
“I felt my lungs inflate with the onrush of scenery—air, mountains, trees, people. I thought, ‘This is what it is to be happy.'”
—Sylvia Plath, The Bell Jar