I’m known for capturing those didn’t-know-you-were-there shots and busting a move on the dance floor just to get those perfect candids. I also work with you to ensure we incorporate your style and story into your engagement and wedding photos!
Hold up, you guys! This Gold Creek Pond Engagement Session is one to check out!!!
Ashley and Josh are engaged and we got to adventure to Gold Creek Pond in Snoqualmie Pass on the most gorgeous fall day ever imagined in the Pass! These two cuties brought their Italian Mastiff puppy, Chino, along and he was so well behaved! We wondered all around this gorgeous, and my favorite, spot and the lighting was just amazing. It’s funny, the last time I was here for an engagement session, there was no one there, but this day, it seems like all the photographers had the same idea and ran to this gorgeous spot for every session imaginable. Even saw a photographer I know!
Anyway, Ashley and Josh are mega adorable and were making heart eyes at each other all day! This is how they met: “We met while he was walking chino, his dog, around Greenlake. Chino was very interested in me so I started petting him, he struck up a conversation about my Seahawks hat and the rest is history!” So thanks, Chino!!
I also love watching Chino on Ashley’s Instagram! Almost everyday, Chino goes for a walk and you can see him pick up a stick, and I mean a giant stick, on his walks and bring it with him wherever they go. So adorable!
These two are planning an awesome campground wedding next summer at Elk Ridge Campground and I couldn’t be more excited for them! Ashley is going to be such a gorgeous and beautiful bride and Chino will hopefully be their ring bearer! SO CUTE! So stoked to hang out with these two again and celebrate their union!
Check out their awesome fall engagement session in the mountains here.
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