Jessie and Jeff had a big Telluride wedding on the books for June of 2020, but our current pandemic made them either reschedule for another year or move forward and dramatically down size their wedding. As a Telluride wedding photographer its been tricky navigating how to advise couples for their Telluride weddings. They choose to roll with the times and do what they wanted to, get married in 2020. Yes they plan on throwing some kind of party next year, but figured, what the hell, we want to get married so lets do it. They had six of their family members come with them and stayed at Alta Lakes, where they also had their ceremony. Colorado elopements are epic and considering the times doing a Telluride elopement is a great idea.
I believe viewing the photos showcase what a day to remember they created and still responsibly got married in 2020. If you want to consider a Telluride elopement, reach out to me. I would love to help connect you with awesome coordinators, and other wedding vendors. I also will take you on an unforgettable adventure and create wonderful photography you will cherish for a lifetime. Here is a review from a bride who I helped elope last year.
“Michael brings a unique skill set and perspective to his adventure elopements that sets him apart from a typical wedding photographer. Michael is an outdoor enthusiast and brings decades of experience exploring various landscapes. His knowledge of the land is something that cannot be taught, and most certainly cannot be duplicated by simply taking a traditional wedding shoot outdoors. One of the things that really sets Michael
apart from a traditional wedding photographer is his unique understanding of natural light, landscape, and weather. This understanding allows him to maneuver and anticipate conditions as he shoots in both familiar and new locations. Michael’s ability to scout and select beautiful and “off the beaten path” locations is a clear reflection of his decades of experience as an outdoor photographer, his passion for making connections through shared exploration, and his genuine respect for the land.” Kristin DeMore