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Just a few weeks before their April wedding, I met up with Susan and Roger at the Washington State History Museum in downtown Tacoma for their engagement portrait shoot. Our destination was the Museum of Glass and its surroundings, but the WSHM also has great architectural details to play with, as in the photo at […]

Congratulations to the 12 Tacoma-area wedding venues that made the just-announced 2014 roster of Tacoma’s Top Wedding Venues (www.tacomaweddingvenues.com)! The big news this year is that former TTWV venue Kensington Gardens has transitioned from wedding venue to luxury senior assisted home. In their place, we’re so excited to include the Weyerhaeuser Estate! This historic brick […]

Fitness guru Nicole is a recent transplant from New York City now living in Olympia to be with fiance Adam. They’ll be getting married this September in Vegas. We aren’t able to photograph it, so this was my one chance to photograph these two. Being a city girl, Nicole wanted an urban look to her […]

It’s hard to believe, but Rachael and Steven’s wedding in August was our first one to take place in the outdoor amphitheater at the Washington State History Museum in seven years! The weddings we’ve had at WSHM since our first one in 2005 were all indoors during the rainy season. As you’ll see a bit […]

Congratulations to the 12 Tacoma-area wedding venues that made the just-announced 2013 roster of Tacoma’s Top Wedding Venues (www.tacomaweddingvenues.com)! Seven of these top-notch wedding venues have been on the roster of Tacoma’s Top Wedding Venues since we launched it in 2011: Union Station, Thornewood Castle, Museum of Glass, Chambers Bay Golf Course, Lakewold Gardens, Washington […]

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