Category Archives: Lake Tahoe Weddings

Wild Basin Lodge Wedding Not sure which rental car company to use at Denver International Airport? Wondering whether you should take the toll road to Boulder or use 270? Big City Burrito vs. Wahoo’s Fish Tacos? I can’t seem to remember how many times I flew from Lake Tahoe to CO this summer to photograph…

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  • Debbie Ferguson-Reynolds

    Tiffany & Rocky, your wedding setting was beautiful even with the rain. I can truly say I’ve never seen such a beautiful bride raindrops & all. Proud Mom & Dad I know for sure. I hope I get one small shot for my keepsake album with your mom & dad’s wedding picture. Sorry I missed it, but thank goodness for FB photos. Many blessings to you both.ReplyCancel

  • Hannah Pottey

    Beautiful pictures Tiff! So sorry we couldn’t make it. The rain makes it look pretty whimsical :-)ReplyCancel

  • jeff mullis

    Great pics and a great time.ReplyCancel

  • Teecee Barrett

    Love the pictures!!ReplyCancel

  • Mike & Sandy Farnham

    Yeah! I finally found some pictures. What beautiful pictures…and beautiful memories. Tiffany, it was fun watching you grow up into the awesome woman that you are. We pray God’s best for both of you. Mike & SandyReplyCancel

  • Aspen

    So beautiful! Can not wait to see all of them!ReplyCancel

  • Ever

    I love how candid so many of the shots are. They show so much personality.ReplyCancel

  • Jenna

    Great pictures. I had such a fun time!ReplyCancel

  • Katie Hoversten

    LOVE the pics! Can’t wait to see the rest. Congratulations Tiffany and Rocky.ReplyCancel

  • Rocky

    Great moments captured! As always very impressive.ReplyCancel

  • Paulette Tandy

    Absolutely beautiful photos. Can’t wait to see all of them!ReplyCancel

  • Judy Benjamin

    Who knew umbrellas could make such great composition features?! Great shots, Chris!ReplyCancel

Destination Tahoe Wedding Photographer Hallie and Josh are self-described “theater nerds.”As an illustration, their rehearsal dinner included both toasts and whacky improv performances. They brought an entourage of family, friends and fellow performers to their wedding. To be sure, Hallie and Josh planned one of the coolest destination weddings ever. By and large, spontaneous humor and preplanned gags were…

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  • Julie Galloway

    These are by far THE BEST wedding photos I’ve ever seen! Wasn’t there but wish I had been! Best wishes to the bride and groom!ReplyCancel

  • Janet Porch

    I have been hopiong for pictures of Hallie’s and Josh’s uniquely personal and also beautiful wedding and these are fantastic. You captured the joy, love, and beauty that made the wedding and the day so magical!! I relived it with smiles just now. thank you so much!!!ReplyCancel

  • Myky Barnard

    Since Bob and I were unable to be at the wedding due to my getting altitude sickness these beautiful pictures helped make me feel like I had some part in this very special day! Looking forward to the rest of the pictures!!!ReplyCancel

  • Elissa

    These pictures are incredible! So happy I was able to be a part of this.ReplyCancel

  • Gene

    Ah, what a day it was! Fun to relive it through such beautiful photos. It’s such a treat to witness young love blossom in the dawn of life–well there I go with the waterworks again–Margaret always said I was to emotional. Alas! Best of luck J&H, and thanks for having me along for the ride. :)ReplyCancel

  • Hallie

    Looking at these pictures brings back the joy and silliness that was our wedding! Thanks Chris for capturing our silliness in a beautiful way!ReplyCancel

  • Jill Lancaster

    I truly believe the pictures posted here capture the awesomeness that is Josh and Hallie! I can’t wait to see them all!ReplyCancel

  • Josh Smyth

    AAAAHHHHH!!! CHRIS!! They are soooo good! Exactly what we wanted! Oh man. These are so beautiful. Thank you so much!ReplyCancel

Northstar Lake Tahoe Wedding Wendy and Abe’s Northstar Lake Tahoe wedding is already on my ‘Best of 2011′ list. In order to reach the ceremony site, everyone rode the gondola to Northstar’s mid-mountain area. From there, the venue overlooks the hills and meadows of Martis Valley. If one officiant is good, two is even better. At one moment a Jewish…

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Upstate New York Wedding Johanna and Matthew exchanged vows at the Stone Tavern Farm. This rustic venue is in Roxbury, upstate New York. On the whole, their ceremony and reception were exactly the kind of wedding celebration I love to photograph. The Catskill Mountains are incredibly lush. Compared to the mountains of Lake Tahoe, it is humid…

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  • Rebecca Milburn

    These photos are amazingly beautiful!ReplyCancel

  • Johanna – so gorgeous! Blessed be to you and Matthew!ReplyCancel

  • Karden

    I am jealous and awed by the breathy Justin seducing my whiplashed girlfriend.ReplyCancel

  • Tara Swinchatt

    Unfortunately I wasn’t able to attend the wedding, I feel even worse about that after seeing these pictures! They are just beautiful. My particular favorite is the shot of Matthew and Johanna with the red bird, talk about serendipity.ReplyCancel

  • Brooke DeMarco

    These pictures are amazing!! I can’t wait to see the rest!ReplyCancel

  • GORGEOUS photography!!! These images perfectly captured Johanna & Matthew’s special day. More please!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Sandra Segatti

    Amazing photos Chris, each one better than the next! And I have to ask (being a bird lover & parrot-owned!), the wonderful, wonderful photo of Matthew & Johanna kissing in the road under the apple tree…. you must’ve added that red bird, didn’t you? I can’t imagine any native bird that looks like that! I can’t wait to see the rest & order mine.ReplyCancel

    • Hi Sandra- thanks for the comment. You know, that bird was not added. I’m not sure either what bird that is! We’ll have to ask the folk at Stone Tavern!ReplyCancel

  • Rebecca Turvy

    Wow, great photos! Can’t wait to see the rest!ReplyCancel

  • Cody

    wow, incredibleReplyCancel

  • WOW!! What can I say? You are incredible! Thank you so much for your presence support and amazing talent. I feel very lucky to know you. Can’t wait to see the rest!ReplyCancel

  • (Groom) Matthew Wise-Segatti

    yes, totally stunning. when we are old and wrinkled we’ll be able to look back on these Glowing faces we had and we’ll remember it all in a flash. And more even, because I had such tunnel vision – There were so many happy faces that I missed in the moment that I’m able to see now! I’m looking forward to the rest.ReplyCancel

  • MOTB

    Chris, not only are you a wonderful, serious artistic photographer, but a beautiful writer. And i wish i had known to ask you about your human rights law studies in Scandanavia. Thank you so much for the care you took at the wedding and i look forward to seeing moreof the photos!
    Regards,
    The MOTB (Jane)ReplyCancel

  • Dan Wise

    These are great–totally capture the joy and spirit of the night. everyone seems to be having a great time. They really did!ReplyCancel

  • Dana Kasarsky

    Lovely! I’m looking forward to seeing the remaining images!!!!!
    These are terrific and totally capture the feeling of the wedding!ReplyCancel

  • Benna

    Chris,

    These are UNBELIEVABLE!! I am dying for the full set!

    Thank you so much for your amazing diligence throughout the night. I will recommend you to everyone I know.

    BennaReplyCancel

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