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I offer photo session packages for engagements, anniversaries, and love shoots for couples who aren't engaged or married but want to capture their love! I also offer packages for a minimony, sequel wedding, micro or intimate wedding, and elopements. Want to know the difference? Check out question 2!

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WHAT TYPES OF SHOOTS AND WEDDING PACKAGES DO YOU OFFER?

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A minimony is a mini ceremony held in light of the recent COVID-19 CDC social distancing practices. It leaves room for a larger wedding celebration, or sequel wedding, at a later date but still upholds the original wedding date that you as a couple had planned. It is based around the most recent CDC recommendations so the legality of the event may depend on your location, but typically it is ten or fewer people including your officiant, photographer, and closest family/friends following social distancing.

A sequel wedding is the one you had originally planned before the COVID outbreak, and you should feel empowered and happy to have both a minimony and sequel wedding! You shouldn't be denied whatever dream you have built, plus I don't think I am alone in saying that when this is all over everyone will want any and every excuse to celebrate!

A microwedding is a wedding that has fifty or fewer guests typically your closest friends and family, and it is a great compromise between a large wedding and an elopement.

While traditional elopements may have been a spontaneous secretive runaway wedding, todays elopement does have an element of planning. Some of the perks: there is no need for a standard venue or a large guest list, and the possibilities are endless for personalizing the memory with incredibly unique locations and experiences!

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WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MINIMONY, SEQUEL WEDDING, MICROWEDDING, AND ELOPEMENT?

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As a photographer who was born and raised in Colorado, I love the West and the Southwest. I typically adventure in Colorado, Arizona, and Utah. With travel limitations due to COVID-19 booking in 2020 is limited to Colorado, but I have open dates in 2021 for all three states!

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WHERE WILL YOU TRAVEL?

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The traditional nature of an elopement is to be spontaneous so if you find yourself wanting to get married next week I say go for it, but perhaps not with me as your photographer. I ask my couples to start planning the elopement at least a month in advance. This allows time to find the right location, get venders set up, get any necessary permits, etc. The nature of the elopements I photograph are small in size but big in planning. Most couples start planning an elopement anywhere from six months to one year from the elopement date.

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HOW FAR IN ADVANCE DO I NEED TO PLAN AN ELOPEMENT?

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One of my specialties is finding great locations for my couples whether it is an engagement session, anniversary shoot, elopement or intimate wedding! I ask you questions to find out what exactly you are looking for. Do you want an easy to get to local or are you ready for a hike? What do you want to hear? Are you a morning person or a night owl? Is there somewhere with a special meaning for the both of you? I go through what exactly you envision for your shoot or your elopement so we can all plan the adventure together! It's truly a matter of what is the right fit for you as a couple, and I have a lot of locations up my sleeve because I am constantly scouting!

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WILL YOU HELP ME FIND A LOCATION?

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I shoot for you to feeling like you spent an awesome day in nature with your love and the best guide you have ever had. So you aren't a professional model, or maybe you are who knows, either way I will guide you whether it is your first photoshoot or your 50ith all you will have to worry about is being in the moment with nature and your love. Sometimes I give specific directions for a pose, but I always love to just capture natural moments. Location, location, location, it's almost all about location. I always shoot in nature and have scouted so many locations, on a mountain side, perhaps surrounded by desert Saguaro cacti, or frolicking in the Canyonlands. I love having clients who are as open to adapting to the elements as I am. There is no season that doesn’t have its beauty. When you are in nature you don’t know when it might rain, snow, or be really windy. I don’t wait for the perfect weather, as long as it is safe enough to shoot I go for it because the most memorable moments are often the unexpected.

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What's a Couples Session with me like?

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My favorite place to photograph is in the wilds of nature, I believe it is a place where we can get a deeper connection with ourselves and one another. So if you are looking for a photographer who offers studio sessions or photos amongst your favorite sky scrappers unfortunately I won't be the right photographer for you.

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Do you offer studio sessions or sessions in the city?

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