Remember this sunset maternity session? Well, I would now like to introduce you to baby Scarlett! How cute is she? And would you look at that head of hair?! You can see more newborn lifestyle photos of her on the blog of Lacey Monroe Photography.
Late Summer/early Fall is my absolute FAVORITE time for family and kids photography. You just can’t beat the light and color! If you’re thinking about Christmas cards, contact me to get on my schedule. I’ll be booking a day at the Christmas tree farm next month! See more of this session at Take 5 Photography and more of my work here.
Take a look at these two ridiculously handsome guys! Kyle wanted to take his senior portraits in the countryside, and bringing his yellow lab Tank was the perfect addition to the country setting. Stay tuned to the Jenna Saint Martin Photo blog for more photos of Kyle and Tank in the near future!
I’m very excited to be a part of this thriving community of photographers here in Portland. I’ve got a lot of opinions about the role of stories in our lives, and I will be sharing many of my thoughts with you over time.
I’d like to begin by making a bold statement. No matter the clothes you wear, how dirty you get, or what your achievements and goals are in life your story is nothing without one central thing – You! Learn more about telling your story with me through modern documentary style photography!
What’s not to love about wedding full of that Northwest summer sunlight, pops of pink, and rows upon rows of hops. Be sure to check out this Rogue Farm Hopyard wedding in it’s entirety over on Brittany Lauren Photography’s blog! Oh! Did I mention there were horses?!
This wonderful couple opted to adventure out into the Columbia Gorge for their engagement session. The Gorge provides a perfect backdrop for those wanting to incorporate Oregon’s breathtaking scenery into their portraits. Check out more from this engagement session over on Catalina Jean’s blog!
Seriously!! This wedding was so amazing and gorgeous! And it’s not just because the Belle Gardens is a crazy wonderful location (I mean, it is). But Katie and Patrick are just so beautiful from the inside out. But, you don’t have to take my word for it – check out their Wedding Slideshow…
This Lumos Winery wedding has it all! Forest views from pine and oak groves, lavender fields, and of course the beautiful vineyard setting a backdrop for everything. There were so many beautiful DIY details made by Chloe’s family, a very touching ceremony in which Brian played guitar, and a dance reception that was so energetic that a plate fell off the bar! Oh, and can’t forget to mention the awesome glowstick exit!
These sweet faces are what I get to hang out with much of my time. Shooting warm, sweet, personal lifestyle portraits is so fulfilling to me. I count it as an honor to provide documentation of such a wonderful season of life to my clients. (c: Happy POPCORN THURSDAY! (What is POPCORN THURSDAY?)
Vineyards are a great place for weddings, but in Oregon, the microbrew capital, we have hopyards as well! The tall hops are a great place to sneak away for a first look or for portraits, like Amy and Ben did at their Rogue Farms Hopyard wedding. Gotta do it now, as they’re all coming down!
Originally we were going to use sparklers to get some fun shots for this engagement session, but those darn things wouldn’t light! So, thanks to Kaia’s brilliance, we broke out the cell phones and just turned on the flashlight to get some fun light shots. -Erica Ann Photography
Two things never go out of style at weddings: romance and tradition. Ashley and Chris’s wedding was full of both. From the romantic arches of the St. John’s Bridge to Ashley’s stunning gown and cathedral veil, their day was packed with soft, airy romance. Add in Chris’s family all donning traditional Scottish kilts and you have a day to remember. Check out more of this romantic Cathedral Park wedding over on Brittany Lauren Photography’s blog!
Oregon is full of breathtaking locations but Mount Hood is definitely towards the top of the list. This couple choose it as the awe-inspiring backdrop for their wedding ceremony at Miller Farm Retreat. Click here to check out more from Portland Wedding Photographer Catalina Jean.
Kirsti grew up on a blueberry farm, so a shabby chic wedding at Albany’s Flinn Block Hall was a genius concept! I loved the elegant simplicity of Kirsti & Colton’s wedding day – whether in the ceremony or the details, the day was clearly focused on the couple and their vows. And I loved that!
I love photographing a family at their home! It is so special to be able to capture a family where they are most comfortable and at ease. Having a portrait session done at your house will give you photographs that you will cherish forever. Not only are the photos beautiful art featuring your family, but they are authentic document of what you life is really like. Contact Lacey Monroe Photography to set up your in-home portrait session. See more of this in-home family session on the blog of Lacey Monroe Photography.
Siobhan, one of my three fantastic Banks HS senior reps, has got to be superhuman… it’s the only explanation for the perfectly graceful and seemingly impossible dance moves she can do! Besides being an incredible dancer, she’s also a total sweetheart, a very smart lady, and a talented aspiring model. Check out this post on the Jenna Saint Martin Photo blog for proof!
The best way to describe this amazing couple and their wedding is Simply Elegant. From her amazing dress and flowers to the decorations and cake everything was tasteful. They danced all night never leaving each others side and every time they looked at each other their was so much love. East Fork Country Estate was the perfect venue for this stylish wedding.