Wednesday, February 20, 2008

The count down begins...

I cannot believe that Urban Unveiled is tomorrow!!

Sharlane, Jesse, Travis, and I have all worked so hard to make the second annual Urban Unveiled amazing and we have gotten such an incredible response.

Today I saw this article about the event, and it made my day!! It's so great to see your hard work pay off. :)

31 more hours and counting....

Monday, February 18, 2008

art schmart

One of my past clients commissioned me to do some art pieces as a surprise for her husband's birthday. Apparently, he is a big fan of my fine art photography, (which is always nice to hear!)

I had such a blast working on this. Check out some of the shots...

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Urban Unveiled tickets

Happy Wednesday!

I know you have heard me ramble on and on about Urban Unveiled, the fabu event happening next Thursday the 21st, but I am going to mention it once again.

As one of the owners of Urban Unveiled, I have a few tickets at my disposal and have decided to award them to some very lucky people.

If you are interested in attending the event and sampling some great food and drinks, seeing a Luly Yang fashion show, and mingling with some extremely talented Seattle wedding vendors, email me at:

I will award 5 people with tickets to the event.

Believe me, you won't be sorry! It's going to be a great night. :)

Sunday, February 3, 2008

Erin and Nate

Despite that it was POURING rain on their wedding day, Erin and Nate kept the smiles on their faces and their spirits high!

This couple has my total respect and admiration for so many reasons. Two weeks before their wedding, Erin's mother suddenly and unexpectedly passed away. Even though Erin and her family were grieving this huge loss, it was decided that the wedding should continue as planned.

The wedding took place at University Christian Church, with the reception at The Seattle Tennis Club. Kippy, the bride's mother, was honored and celebrated in a hundred different ways throughout the evening- in the candle lighting at the ceremony, the emotional toast by the father of the bride, at the place setting at the head table, and in the father-daughter dance that ended up including both of the bride's siblings in one big embrace. I don't think there was a dry eye in the whole room during that dance. I got emotional just editing the photos.

I was so moved by this couple, their families, and the enormous amount of love and support that surrounded them on their wedding day. Erin was one of the most lovely, graceful, kind, and classy brides I have ever seen.
I am so honored to have been chosen by her and Nate to document this time.

Congratulations, you two.