I usually market myself as an elopement photographer, even for Alaska elopements as I return each year to capture a few stories. But, these aren’t the only stories I tell, and this one means a lot to me.

These moments, they are snippets of the capsule that is our story. Our time, our love, our memories. This family is a testament to all of that for me. I am always humbled and honored by the opportunity I’ve had to capture each chapter of their lives.

3 years ago, I captured Audrey and Michael’s wedding just below the Knik Glacier. I met them for the first time that trip. 3 years later, they remain some of my best friends in the world. 2 years ago, sweet Hanna joined their lives. Last fall I was honored to return to Alaska to capture this new moment in their story.

This spring, Jason and I returned north for the month of May. We borrowed their truck & explored Alaska. At the end of 10 days of camping and road-life, we returned to their little homestead and spent a week adventuring with them. We shared more laughter, meals, games, and priceless moments.

At the end of our trip, I captured the next capsule of memories in their story, and this is it. A sweet reminder of just how beautiful life is, how much the people whose stories I tell mean to me. It is also a powerful reminder of the power that choosing the right person to tell your story can hold, something I can never emphasize enough.

Audrey’s Work & 2020 Alaska Bookings

Visit Audrey’s page to see this talented mama’s craft. And, maybe get a peek at the session she shot of Jason and I . (Coming soon) 🙂

If you’ve always dreamed of an elopement in Alaska, you’re getting married next year, any of these… reach out. 2020 dates have begun to fill, but I am still deciding which part of next year will be spent north. I’m excited to put next years trip north in my books.

alaska wedding photographer
alaska wedding photographer
alaska elopement photographer
alaska elopement photographer
alaska eklutna lake family photographer