Madison and Spencer were married July 18, 2015 at a private ranch in Old Snowmass, Colorado near Aspen.
As one of the top Aspen wedding photographers, it was my honor to document their wedding in a classic wedding photo-journalistic style capturing nature moments and a few artistic portraits.
The Roaring Fork Valley is home to many beautiful ranches that are perfect for outdoors sun drenched weddings such as Madison and Spencer’s ceremony which was followed by a tented reception in the same meadow where the reception was held.
From the time we arrived to photograph Madison getting ready at the Viceroy Snowmass to hanging out with the bridal party at the ranch house at Brush Creek where Madison and Spencer live and throughout their ceremony and reception were treated like personal friends of the bride and groom which makes for more personal wedding pictures!
Congratulations to Madison and Spencer, I’ll think of you every time I drive up Brush Creek going to Snowmass.
Thanks you both so much for choosing me to photograph your wedding day.
Laura and Jake were married at the Maroon Bells Amphitheater June 17, 2015 followed by a reception at Hallam Lake at the Aspen Center for Environmental Studies.
Destination weddings at the Maroon Bells near Aspen, Colorado, have a unique thing in common, crazy fun stuff that I couldn’t predict, just happens. It’s truly a special place and the people who decide to get married there are mountain loving adventurers.
Laura and Jake fell down laughing in the meadow below the amphitheater where their ceremony was held and almost fell in the water while wading in Maroon Lake. I actually fell down later while photographing Jake kissing the roasted pig, that was served for dinner, when the table collapsed.
Geri and I had a blast trying to keep up with these two at one of our favorite Colorado mountain wedding locations. I had been to Hallam Lake a few times over the years making pictures for the Glenwood Post and the Denver Post. It’s really cool and laid back place for a wedding reception including a fire pit for guests to sit around listening to music and dance.
Watching Laura and her father dance became a little picture story as her mother was recording a video using her iphone documenting their entire dance though teary eyes.
Thank you Laura & Jake for choosing me to photograph your wedding!
Congratulations, Kent & Geri
Wedding Photojournalist Association announced the 2014 Fourth Quarter contest winners and I was pleasantly surprised to receive 5 awards in different categories. It’s an honor to compete with many of the best wedding photojournalists locally, nationally and from around the world.
Cheers to everyone who entered, won or judged this round, Kent
Madison and Spencer invited me to Brush Creek Ranch where they live near Snowmass, Colorado, for their engagement session on January 10, 2015. Their wedding will be in Old Snowmass on July 18. The first thing I noticed as I pulled up to the house was an old pistol nailed to a tree with a […]
Chris and Anna were married August 2, 2014 at the Maroon Bells Amphitheater near Aspen, Colorado, followed by a luncheon reception at the East Maroon Picnic Portal, catered by Caribou Club. Their amazing destination mountain wedding was unique in so many ways! First off, all guests were invited to camp out at the Silver Queen […]