Booth Family

I was recently asked to help a fellow photographer make images of her beautiful family. We shot these photos on their friend’s property at the edge of Damascus and Happy Valley, Oregon, just as the sun was setting over the hills.

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McGee Creek, Mount Hood, Oregon

McGee Creek

Summer in Oregon is quickly coming to an end, so I jumped at the chance to get up on the Mountain one last time before the rains set in!  This is a shot of McGee Creek near McNeil Point high up on the north side of Mount Hood. Capturing this image required a challenging 10 mile hike, but it was worth every step!

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Portrait of a Reynolds High School senior girl leaning against a fence with picture in field in Troutdale Oregon.

Selma – Reynolds High School

Selma is a fashionable and stylish high school senior at Reynolds High School in Troutdale, Oregon. She was looking for a lot of variety in her senior pictures, and we made it happen—from fields and fences to waterfalls and railroad tracks.

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Cindi and Bill

I had a great time shooting Cindi and Bill’s wedding this past weekend!  The groom is a pilot, and the bride decided to wear blue shoes.  They were married in the Elysian ballroom in downtown Portland. Here are a few shots of the day.

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Celebration in Boring!

I had such a fun time photographing our annual “Celebration in Boring” this past weekend!  Despite the name, Boring Oregon is a pretty exciting place to live and we have an amazing community! This year’s celebration was full of great food, snow cones, live music, clowns, horses, face painting, water balloon tosses and a whole lot more!  The local fire departments even got together for a friendly “water ball” fight! Check out the video and a few sample photos below!

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Jefferson Wilderness

My wife and I just returned from a week-long backpacking trip in Oregon’s amazing Mount Jefferson Wilderness. This was sunset over Marion Lake and Three Fingered Jack on Day 1. We had stunning views of Mt. Jefferson throughout our trip.  Here’s a shot of the Mountain from its South side on our second day. On the third day, the sunrise revealed an interesting lenticular cloud over the summit of Mt. Jefferson as seen here from the shore of Hank’s Lake. (Yes, that’s our orange tent down there at the edge of the lake!)

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