Do you remember your first step into a national park? I was an awkward 12 year old just beginning to appreciate what the word “travel” meant. My parents didn’t like to travel much, so I frequently tagged along with my best friend, Alessandra on every opportunity I could when her parents took their Summer road trips. My first visit to a national park was Biscayne National Park in Southern Florida just outside of Miami. I remember the aromas of the emerald river canals…Read More
Rebecca + Aaron’s Columbia River Gorge elopement was one for the books. The couple shared a small ceremony overlooking the Columbia River on the Rowena Plateau Trail at Tom McCall Preserve just over an hour outside of Portland, Oregon. The Rowena Plateau is a piece of majestic public land is managed by the Nature Conservancy, Mayer State Park and the forestry service.Read More
Thank you to all of my amazing 2018 clients. My first year in business in Portland, Oregon, I was able to give back to three different non-profit organizations that help protect our public lands. %5 of all of all sales from Anchor and Pine goes straight back into protecting our public lands.Read More
The Columbia River Gorge National is the 7th longest river in the US. It is over 1,200 miles long. The average width of the river is a mile long. In 1986, President Ronald Reagan established the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area..Read More
During the holiday season, I am constantly inspired by the dark red and green tones, so I wanted to bring those elements to a shoot. When my friends wanted to get their vows renewed, a tree farm styled shoot popped into my head! Did you know? Oregon is the nations' largest Christmas tree-producing state.
Jeffrey and Brittany shared an intimate wedding with their family and friends at the Raven’s Nest in Timberline Lodge, Oregon. There was not a dry eye in the room during their ceremony. Their vows brought me to tears. I was honored to capture their wedding day. Hope you enjoy some highlights from the day.Read More