COLORADO HUSBAND AND WIFE PHOTOGRAPHERS

MARRIAGE INVOLVES TWO SOULMATES.

YOUR WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY SHOULD, TOO.



If you've ever attended a wedding, you've seen first hand how fast-paced the day can be. There are mimosas to drink, a wedding gown to help button, rings to keep track of, a marriage license to prepare, groomsmen to herd, family members to catch up with, a ceremony to attend, vows to witness, cocktail hour to partake in, food to devour, cake to cut, father-daughter magic to watch, and of course, a few new moves of your own to try out on the dance floor.

By the end of the night, the phrase we hear most often from our couples is, "I can't believe how fast it went!”

That's why we’re there. We revel in the details of the day that often get overlooked in the haste of the excitement. We find inspiration in the candid moments, and joy in the unexpected ones. Many couples don't realize it, but we actually spend more time with them on their wedding day than most of their closest friends, family members, and even soon-to-be spouse. It's a role we don't take lightly and one we are honored to fulfill. If you think we'd be the right fit for your big day, let's chat!

Salida Colorado wedding photographers

MEET THE FISHERS

MEET TAYLOR!

NO ONE WOULD BELIEVE IT NOW...

...but when I was a kid, I was painfully shy. I stuttered and wore hot pink glasses with confetti in them, and my affinity for oversized 90's Hanson Brothers t-shirts also made me painfully awkward. Nevertheless, I got my first camera at the ripe old age of 12 which lent itself to be a social and creative outlet. I couldn't get enough of shooting, developing film, and making folks happy with my images!

Morgantown, West Virginia was my stomping ground growing up and I graduated from West Virginia University with a degree in International Studies and Communications. While studying abroad and working in the photography department, I honed in my Photoshop skills and fine tuned my ability to work under intense pressure and strict deadlines. In 2011, as soon as graduation commenced, I packed up my Corolla and drove 1,509 miles across the country to the state I now call home: Colorado!

• I value my family, my faith, and my marriage to my awesome husband (see the hottie to my right), and our simple life in the mountains.
• Our version of self inflicted pain involves buying homes that need major renovations and diving head first into a full remodel...while living in our camper.
• I name everything. All of our automobiles have names, including the camper, Lois.
• A glass of wine paired with Modern Family or The Office reruns are my guilty pleasures.
• Our pups, two baby goats, horse, 5 alpacas, 1 llama, and our entourage of chickens are our kids for now.
• Earrings are my favorite thing to wear. Some of my college friends took bets on "how big they'd be" for our wedding day.

MEET MIKE!

WHILE MY WARDROBE LACKED THE CONFETTI-FILLED GLASSES...

...that Tay shamelessly rocked, I was equally awkward with my bicycle helmet, rollerblade knee pads, and a pair of light-up Power Ranger shoes in an attempt to impress the ladies on my motorcycle. It never worked (I blame the bike), but I spent the next two decades racing motocross, 14 years as a senior designer at a motorcycle magazine, and a summer sleeping in a tent while riding to the Arctic Ocean. My two-wheeled obsession was rivaled only by my love for cameras, and I started my own sports videography business when I was 15.

When my wife and I met in 2012 (see the gorgeous gal to the left), she wasted no time converting me from shooting two wheels, to shooting two people. Wedding photography quickly became my newfound passion, and the opportunity to spend every weekend doing what I love, beside the woman that I love, with couples that we love, has been nothing short of a blessing.

• I own three pairs of shoes. All three are cowboy boots.
• I was born and raised in Parker, Colorado, and majored in business at the University of Colorado.
• A night spent under the stars is a tough night to beat.
• I somehow landed a gal who’s way out of my league. Here’s to hoping she sticks with me after she gets LASIK.
• I once brought home two turkeys with big plans for Thanksgiving and Christmas feasts.
• I now have two turkeys, both named Marleen, that follow me everywhere I go. We bought frozen turkeys from King Soopers instead.

WANT TO GRAB A DRINK?

(OR COME MEET OUR BABY GOATS?)
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