Category Archives: Weddings

Syd & Scott | February 18, 2017

I knew from the moment I met Syd and Scott that their wedding would be an absolute blast to photograph.  For them, it was all about being around their closest friends and family members and spending the day together celebrating.  We were in touch many times during the planning process for their wedding and all of their efforts paid off in a spectacularly fun stress-free day.

Syd and Scott chose the Cornelius Pass Roadhouse for their wedding celebration.  They held their wedding ceremony in the octagonal barn.  While I have photographed at the Cornelius Pass Roadhouse a handful of times in the past, for Syd and Scott’s wedding I wanted to try a different approach to capturing their wedding inside the historical barn.  I strategically placed a couple of flashes up into the rafters of the barn that I was able to control remotely.  This gave me a lot of creative freedom in how I documented their ceremony and reception.  I love taking calculated risks like these at weddings (and challenging myself creatively) – especially when the results pay off.  I was able to create more dynamic lighting than is otherwise present inside the barn.

Following the couple exchanging their vows and guests mingling during cocktail hour, everyone went into a tented area for dinner and toasts.  We then proceeded back to the octagonal barn for the remainder of the evening for cake cutting and dancing.  Eric with All Wright Music kept the dance floor active throughout the evening while Syd, Scott, and their entire crew busted out some serious dance moves.  Keith, with White Night Weddings, captured the entire day on video.  Special thanks to Nate with Nate Smith Photography for assisting me throughout the day and coordinating and executing our epic lighting idea.

Congratulations to Syd & Scott!  Looking forward to meeting up later this week at the studio when we setup the projector to view all their wedding images together for the very first time.

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Lindsey & Michael | Oct 15, 2016

The longer I photograph weddings and events, the more opportunities I have to work with people I know both personally and professionally.  Oftentimes, those experiences are the most rewarding too.

Back in 2001, after returning from a backpacking trip in Europe, it was time to come back to Portland and re-focus my energies and efforts toward building my career.  I was somewhat freshly out of college, had dabbled in commercial photography, and was looking toward the next chapter in my life.  The trip to Europe was an opportunity to ponder my future and to take a momentary pause from the demands and responsibilities of life.

The task of what to do became quickly overwhelming and I began searching for opportunities outside of photography.  Why not try something entirely different?  I was young enough that I could potentially discover something entirely new and shift my career focus or remind myself yet again of where my passion truly lies.  An opportunity presented itself to me to work in the corporate world of AT&T Wireless.  It began with a 2 week training period, learning all sorts of new computer systems, and the various policies and procedures of the company.  It was completely foreign to me, especially the medical, dental, 401k, and various other benefits that came along with the experience.  Heck, even paid vacation time was a brand new experience for me.

Needless to say, over time I was reminded of how much I missed photography and whenever various photo assignments would present themselves, the direction I needed to move toward became abundantly clear.  I loved nothing more than getting to go out and photograph an event, a wedding, or some other random commercial assignment.

In early 2005, I set my sights on making my departure from AT&T Wireless a reality.  I was able to photograph 6 weddings that year and a few other assignments on the side.  I put some additional effort into the business and in 2006, was able to photograph 12 weddings (exactly double the year before).  I really started to push the business and in 2007, I photographed 24 weddings (ironically double yet again from the previous year).  It was the summer of 2007 with a total of 24 weddings booked, that I made the giant leap of faith into becoming fully self-employed.  This August, I get to officially celebrate 10 years in business!

During my time at AT&T Wireless, I had the opportunity to report to Lindsey.  Yup – she was my boss.  We had a hell of a lot of fun working together and fortunately enough we were able to keep in touch even after my departure from the company.  When she contacted me asking if I was available to photograph her wedding, I was extremely excited for the opportunity and the unique experience of photographing a wedding of someone who used to be my boss!  Doesn’t get much more fun than that.  🙂

A special thanks to both Lindsey and Michael for the opportunity to capture the excitement on your wedding day.  I wish you both all the best!

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Christina & Ian | Sept 3, 2016

Truth be told, we are still catching up and recuperating from an absolutely epic 2016 season.  All of our clients have received their images, in fact, quite some time ago, but we are left with a whole slew of weddings and other assignments to catch up on in the social media world.

Christina & Ian were married at the beautiful Sentinel Hotel in downtown Portland in September of 2016.  We arrived early in the day as Barclay Event Rentals and Zest Floral were working on some final touches to the ceremony and reception areas throughout the hotel.  Everything was looking exquisite and well executed to plan thanks to the exceptional expertise of Cindy with Encore Events.

After capturing the bride and groom getting ready at the hotel and portraits of the couple throughout the lobby and various rooms and hallways, the entire wedding party boarded a shuttle bus for additional photos by the Portland Art Museum.  I particularly love that area for the incredible amount of variety that is possible within a relatively short distance for capturing portraits.

Officiant Melissa Coe led the ceremony in celebration of Christina and Ian exchanging their wedding vows and committing their love to each other.  Melissa’s ceremonies are always incredibly memorable due to her passion for storytelling.  Tears and laughter are always guaranteed when she is officiating a wedding.

Guests enjoyed a nice leisure cocktail hour before heading up to the reception room.  I have never seen the Sentinel decorated and set so elegantly as I did on the night of Christina and Ian’s wedding day.  The reception was absolutely spectacular.  Eric with All Wright Music played an endless series of jams all night long.  Paparazzi Tonight entertained guests with their ever-so-popular photo booth that was also setup to an over-sized projection screen to display everyone’s photos throughout the evening.  Whether you participated in the photobooth or not, highly entertaining images of guests were easily visible throughout the entire room.  Voodoo Doughnuts were made available to guests as late night snacks.

The party went on and on well into the evening with one of the most active dance floors I have ever seen at a wedding.  EVER!

Congratulations to Christina & Ian!

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Something Borrowed | Lounge Packages

Something Borrowed is a Portland, OR based event design and specialty rental company that I have worked with for many years.  Their unique pieces add a lot of personality and character to any wedding or event and their collection keeps growing and growing.  They have recently expanded into a 5,000+ square foot warehouse space that is filled from floor to ceiling with incredible rental offerings.

Lane’s most recent development in her business is the announcement of lounge packages.  These are lounge areas that are created and styled as a package.  They take out the guess work of trying to determine which items pair best together.  Her creative team has put these packages together and have officially launched the new concept on their website.

If you or anyone you know is planning a wedding or event, make sure to check out Lane’s extensive rental collection at Something Borrowed.  Check out some of her pieces and design aesthetic below.  We had the chance to team up together at our photography studio to stage and document each new package offering.

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Mai & Blake | August 13, 2016

This past summer was extremely busy for us with weddings and other various photography assignments.  It prevented us from blogging as frequently as we normally do in favor of making sure our clients received their images as quickly as possible.  Now that we are caught up with our assignment work, we are now catching up on blogging our recent work.

Mai and Blake were married at the Gray Gables Estate in August of this year.  The day was very warm and we made every effort to keep the couple and their guests as cool as possible.  We made sure to capture portraits with family members in the shade and made sure to take many breaks as needed to remain fresh and comfortable.

One of my favorite things to do at a wedding is to gather all the guests around the newlywed couple immediately following their wedding ceremony.  Everyone gathers around and I typically climb a small sized ladder to gain a higher perspective looking down on the crowd.  It is a great keepsake from the wedding day for couples to have a photo with all of their wedding guests.  As soon as the image is captured, guests continue on to cocktail hour to mingle and enjoy the rest of the afternoon and evening.  We headed inside for the wedding reception and enjoyed capturing all of the events as they unfolded throughout the day.

Here are a number of highlights from Mai and Blake’s wedding at the Gray Gables Estate.

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Lauren & Michael | August 6, 2016

I remember meeting with Lauren & Michael to discuss the details of their wedding day and being really impressed with the plans and decisions they had made for their guests.  The couple had recently moved to Portland from Wisconsin and wanted to treat their friends and family to all that Portland and the Pacific Northwest has to offer.

They chose a wonderful location for their wedding celebration – the rooftop terrace at the RiverPlace Hotel in downtown Portland.  The wedding ceremony had the most spectacular view overlooking the Willamette River.  It was also where guests enjoyed cocktail hour.

Everyone headed downstairs for the reception where the couple and their wedding party were officially announced into the room.  The dance floor remained very active throughout the evening as guests enjoyed a very memorable evening.  Lauren and Michael incorporated some of their engagement photos into the reception area with many additional personal touches throughout.

After delivering Lauren and Michael their wedding photos, we had a chance to meet to review the work and select their favorite image for a beautiful canvas print that now hangs in their home.  Lauren was kind enough to leave us this review after working with us:

First word of advice when planning a wedding: BOOK PAUL RICH. We had met with Paul in his studio and immediately felt at ease. He had written out a tentative timeline and we used this for our wedding planning! We had met with other photographers and immediately knew we would book Paul. He was professional, fun, and his work was exceptional. We did our engagement photos with him and he helped us get comfortable in front of the camera. We were very excited to have him do our wedding photos. He showed up to the wedding on time and made sure our day went smoothly. I cannot thank him enough for getting our first look and all of our family photos before the ceremony so we could enjoy our cocktail hour! He captured AMAZING photos and we went to his studio to view our photos for our wedding album and ordered a canvas. We consider him a friend after he put so much work and time into our wedding. Thank you Paul!

 

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Katherine & Chris | July 30, 2016

Katherine and Chris exchanged their wedding vows at the Crag Rat Hut with the most spectacular view of Mt Hood in the background.  It is definitely among my favorite venues in the Hood River Valley in large part due to the views.  The country-style lodge possesses everything I love about the Pacific Northwest and photographing weddings there is an absolute dream.

Immediately following the ceremony, guests gathered around for a large group photo.  With the expansive wrap-around deck above, I had the perfect perspective to capture the group.  Guests then mingled around the property for a nice leisurely cocktail hour.  As the sun traversed the sky, the views became increasingly more spectacular as the beautiful golden light illuminated the valley below.

Here are some of our favorite images from Katherine and Chris’ Crag Rat Hut wedding celebration:

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