Jaime and Jared were married July 18, 2010, at Beano’s Cabin at Beaver Creek, Colorado. The day after the wedding, we took the ski lift to the top of the mountain for a portrait session. It was a relaxing, blue sky Colorado day with lots of wild flowers in bloom. Cheers, Kent
Recently I photographed kids with cancer at The Children’s Hospital in Denver for a program called Flashes of Hope. Flashes of Hope is a non-profit organization dedicated to creating powerful portraits of children fighting cancer. This was the fourth time I’ve volunteered for this project. Working with these kids and their families helps me to put my own life into perspective and be great full for my good health. It’s an honor to be able to give each child a few minutes of my time to capture a little bit of their personality. Click here if you would like to see a short slide show from a Kids Cancer Camp near Estes Park, Colorado. Click here to see my blog post from a session last year.
Last weekend I had the pleasure of photographing Jaime and Jared’s destination wedding at Beano’s Cabin at Beaver Creek in Colorado. The happy couple were joined by about 165 friends and family mostly from Miami or New York. The elevation didn’t slow this crowd down as they partied like rock stars keeping the dance floor shaking past closing time. DJ RIPM never missed a beat spinning dual 33 disks and his computer.
Carolyn Moorman of Artisan Events did a great job of planning and coordinating every detail of their wedding.
J. Stevenson Design did an amazing job of decorating both the wedding and the reception as well as creating all the bouquets etc.
Yesterday evening we celebrated the 4th of July watching and listening to the Colorado Symphony playing in Civic Center Park. The highlight of the night was the fireworks show blasting off the roof of the Denver City and County building.
Alan and Cindy were married June 19 at The Brook Forest Inn near Evergreen, Colorado.
Alan has been a good friend for almost 20 years and I was excited when he called and asked if I would photograph their wedding. I’ve known Cindy for several years including a winter hut ski trip three years ago.
They had a simple wedding along a stream behind the Inn with about 60 guests, no bridal party but one really cute flower girl. One of Cindy’s good friends, Lois performed the ceremony.
It was very emotional for Alan as he held Cindy’s hands and looked into her eyes. He tried to hold back his tears but they came streaming down his face.
Their reception was held in the dinning room of the inn which was decorated in purple and white.