Wedding Photography

Welcome!

Thank you for visiting my site and congratulations on your upcoming marriage! The season of engagement is a special, busy, and wonderful season!
If you haven't already seen these pages on my site, they contain helpful information about my wedding photography.
And of course, the most important element are the photo galleries (scroll down the page), where I try to show quite a few photos from each sample wedding.

Colossians 3:17: And whatsoever ye do in word or deed, do all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God and the Father by him.

Weddings where the couple seeks to not only honor God "in general" with their lives, but also specifically with their wedding, are an inspiration to me!

- Christopher

  • Matthew and Dawnette, Ohio

    Matthew and Dawnette's wedding was a delightful, God-honoring, wedding. While, sure, I was there as the photographer there were a number of times during the day when I was overcome with emotion: rejoicing with them and their families, and praising God for what He has done.
  • Joshua and Maryanna, Alaska

    A gorgeous, cold, November day in Alaska was the scene for Joshua and Maryanna's wedding. Their greatest desire for their wedding was that it would glorify God, and it was a joy to be a part of their day.
  • Josiah and Sarah, Oklahoma

    A delightful, God-honoring Mennonite wedding in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Josiah and Sarah were a delight, and the cloudy skies and off-and-on rain didn't dampen their spirits.
  • Jesse and Sarah, Washington

    A stunning fall day across the sound from Seattle in Manchester, Washington. What a joy to witness these two amazing young people unite their lives together as they seek to honor and follow God. And no, it doesn't rain all the time in Seattle. We had beautiful blue skies!
  • Benjamin and Natalie, Illinois

    A beautiful wedding in the Illinois countryside. It was a delight to capture Benjamin and Natalie's wedding photos. Off-and-on rain throughout the day was a blessing to the local farmers, but I had to be a bit creative with some of the photos!
  • Kenneth and Erin, Oklahoma

    A casual Oklahoma wedding in December! The cold temperatures didn't stop Kenneth and Erin from wanting some outdoor photos - and we got some great photos in the wheat field next to the church. May God not only bless this new couple, but also protect Kenneth as he serves in the military.
  • Moses and Rebecca, California

    Moses and Rebecca were the second ceremony for a beautiful double-wedding in California. Their ceremony was outdoors in a gorgeous mountain location with delightful California wedding.
  • James and Rachel, California

    James and Rachel were part of a double-wedding in California: two ceremonies with a shared reception! The weather was just what you'd expect for California in November: perfect. It was a delight to see these two young people unite their lives together as they seek to serve God wholeheartedly.
  • Joseph and Elissa, Kentucky

    Joseph and Elissa's wedding was held in the beautiful Kentucky countryside on a gorgeous September day. Perhaps I'm a bit biased as Joseph is my brother, but their wedding day was absolutely perfect. Their love for each other and the Lord were clearly evident!
  • Jonny and Jenny, Tennessee

    Jonny and Jenny's wedding was an absolute delight. The wedding was held in somewhat rural Tennessee on a warm and sunny day in May. I loved seeing the passion they both had for the Lord, and for each other!
  • Bradley and Erin, Alabama

    Bradley and Erin's wedding wedding was amazing. A beautiful, historic house. Immaculately manicured grounds. A small gathering of family and friends. A candlelight reception. I'm so glad I got to photograph their wedding!
  • Cory and Joy, Minnesota

    Pastor Cory and Joy's wedding was held in a small town on the Canadian border. A beautiful day full of joy as two began their new life of ministry and service together! I greatly appreciated Pastor Cory's stand for truth. This wedding was also memorable due to the dim theater, and was my first wedding requiring moderate strobes throughout the ceremony.