I’m getting ready to walk out the door on my second backpacking trip of the season and realizing I didn’t get a chance to share the last one.
In late July I headed out to tackle the PCT California Section K from Donner to Echo. Only bad thing is there are no camp fires this year due to the dry season, but we still managed to enjoy ourselves!
Not my normal look – but this is what happens when you spend a night with dirt blowing into your face and rubbing the dirt out of your eyes every 5 minutes and then you don’t get your coffee…. miserable, but so awesome.
Being able to express myself has always been important to me. Be it through the monster truck I drive, the beers I drink, my hair (yes, I go to a “stylist”…. she’s awesome) or in my marketing materials – I want to scream “this is me” every chance I get.
As I clarify my message more and more I spent a solid month researching different materials for business cards. I looked into wood, cardboard (no, really, as in a used cardboard box), plastic, paper, chocolate, rubber, clothe, leather – but I always came back around to metal.
I wasn’t sure these were going to work out as well as I hoped, but the minute they arrived, I knew they were perfection:
Looking forward to sharing my card with you next time I see you!
Having been to hundreds of weddings, I’ve acquired an appreciation for wedding dresses. Having had my own wedding, I know that brides often agonize over which dress to pick.
It’s definitely not an easy task, and everyone has their own taste and preference in dress for their own wedding. But, I thought I’d share a few of my favorite wedding dresses.
More often than not, if the dress is made by Monique Lhuillier we’ve got a winner, but I also realize it’s not always where the dress is from. You could order your wedding dress online from somewhere like DressFirst, or you could be headed to a boutique in New York City.
But sometimes having a custom wedding dress created for your special day is the way to go.
Any way you go about it, I know how important it is to each of my brides to find the perfect dress, and I love that so much attention is given to such a beautiful piece.
When looking at my couples and seeing all of the options that brides have for their wedding dresses, I think that Chris took it to the next level in his groom attire. Marrying into a Scottish family, Chris stepped it up by not only sporting a kilt, but convincing all of his groomsmen to follow suit. Well played sir, well played.
I have a constant longing for adventure – be it traveling, camping, backpacking, shooting, hiking, mountain biking – or just anything last minute! I’m always game, so when the boys from church mentioned that it was time for the annual men’s trip, I got pretty excited (yes… my indulgent side kicked in hard and I managed to pick up a dirtbike to bring along as well….)
What ensued was one of the best trips I’ve had in northern California to date. I didn’t bring my work gear, but I still managed to capture some photos that I feel share the experience on some level:
George is officially my hero for showing me a “safe and sane” way to make big explosions and fireballs
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Tim's destination wedding photography has taken him to wedding locations from Santa Barbara to Lake Tahoe, Truckee, Cabo San Lucas, Puerto Vallarta, Anguilla, Canada, Washington, Hawaii, the Carneros Inn, Solage Resort, and countless other locations. As a photographer, Tim travels to destination weddings at resorts, private estates and winery venues including Charles Krug Winery, V Sattui, Santa Barbara's Dos Pueblos Ranch, Four Seasons Biltmore, and across the United States including Block Island.