Table of Contents Hiking Elopement at Blue Lakes in TellurideHiking Elopement Tips Need a hiking elopement photographer in Colorado? Photographing across the Rocky Mountain Region Telluride | Silverton | Wolf Creek | Ouray | Durango | Silverthorne | Breckenridge | Steamboat Springs | Vail | Aspen | Keystone | Rocky Mountain National Park | Sand […]
Adventure Elopement and Lifestyle Photographer & Planning Guide
Hiking, Snowboarding and 4x4ing ( + any other kind of adventure) Photographer
based in Colorado’s Rocky Mountains and available for travel.
Documentation for your swankiest adventures and your dirtiest ones. The best adventures always have a little of both! 😉
You’re here because you love adventure and likely being outside more than inside. The basic wedding or photoshoot just doesn’t suit you. You want an adventurous story to tell with epic photos to go with it.
Elopement Photography for couples who can’t imagine the thought of not celebrating their elopement day with some kind of adventure, too.
If taking a lifted 4×4 to a mountain top to say your vows before jetting off to the nearest pristine blue alpine lake with a picnic and your paddleboards in tow for an epic sunset picnic and paddle together sounds like something you’d do to celebrate your elopement, then I’m the photographer for you.
Consider me your adventure bestie!
Lifestyle Photography for adventurous souls.
I’m here for the candid moments and adventures and experiences together make for some of our best memories.
From hiking or skiing down a mountain to your annual camping trip or when you’re ready to teach your child how to make grandma’s cookie recipe. These are the moments worth remembering, worth having documented.
We specialize in adventurous couples, families, engagements & proposals.
Intimate mountain wedding photography with a slice of adventure.
For couples having a small wedding with less than 75 people but who don’t want to skip out on some adventure to truly celebrate it in your own way.
Hey, I’m Nat!
I’m a laugh til it hurts, try new things, and see the world kinda girl.
I’m here to help you have an experience of a lifetime together with the ones you love most. The photos will just be a bonus to one of the best days ever.
I’ve been chasing adventure with a camera since I was a kid. After photographing over 150 traditional weddings, I knew I wanted to once again chase adventure with my camera.
As an adventure elopement and lifestyle photographer I’ve found where I truly belong in this world. Not only do I get to explore this gorgeous world with people who love each other and want to have fun together. I also have a platform to inspire adventure on a whole different level with couples and families everywhere.
My passport is always ready to travel anywhere your adventurous spirit is leading you! I’m here to help you envision an epic experience. And I’ll help you find the right people to help make it happen and capture it all as it naturally unfolds.
Adventurous Family Lifestyle Photographer
Long gone are the days of boring portraits. Let’s have some fun!
Get loose with it and just be present. Live a little. 🙂
for laid back & adventurous souls
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Table of Contents Chatfield Farms Intimate Wedding in ColoradoCheck out more off Nat’s intimate wedding & elopement photographyPhotographing across the Rocky Mountain Region Estes Park | Telluride | Silverton | Ouray | Durango | Silverthorne | Breckenridge | Steamboat Springs | Vail | Aspen | Keystone | Rocky Mountain National ParkReady to Start Dreaming up […]
Sunrise Picnic Elopement in Breckenridge, Colorado I set up this shoot as part of a new picnic elopement service I’m planning to offer in summer 2022. But as a very candid and lifestyle photographer to my core, posing models and all that jazz is just not my kind of jam. So when looking for people […]
Check out this Upper Piney Lake Hiking Elopement in Colorado’s Rocky Mountains! It was mid October in high country so all the golden leaves had fallen and snow covered every crevice of the rock face above us. But the sun shined brightly and with barely any wind, we hiked a mile up the trail above […]