urban wedding


If you're looking for an amazing dinner in Seattle, you have a ton of great options. The Corson Building is easily one of the best of those options. If you want that amazing dinner for all your favorite people, in a charming courtyard garden, eating outside in a brick alley strung with cafe lights ... then the Corson Building is THE option. I can't say enough good things about this venue, or this couple, actually.

The photo of J & W right after their first kiss, arms raised and being cheered by their friends and family is one of my all-time favorites. Add in some amazing light and flowers by the one and only Floret, and you have a recipe for a fantastic wedding.

photographed on Kodak film.

TERRA & AMYN - Palace Ballroom, Seattle

Terra and Amyn's wedding ... what a day. Days, actually. The first night was an Indian mehndi celebration, and the second day was the big wedding bash. Great food, thanks to the wedding venue - Palace Ballroom - and amazing people, thanks to Terra and Amyn's family and friends. I love getting to see two families, cultures, and lives come together this way to love and support the bride and groom (and their marriage.) Two of my favorite moments: Amyn and Terra decided not to see each other before the ceremony, but they shared a few words, smiles, and hand-holding between walls, just before the ceremony. The other was Terra's 89-year  old grandmother dancing with her new husband. So awesome. You can see more photos, and read Terra's words about the wedding, on Style Me Pretty.

Big thanks to Carly Bish for shooting with me, and Megan from Clutch Events for helping the day run so smoothly.


Mehndi Night

Wedding Day

Terra and Amyn didn't want to see each other until she walked down the aisle, but they had a moment to talk and hold hands around the corner.