Wedding Feature in White Magazine

// Features, Wedding

ooh print.

like a real nice leather coat.

 

White Magazine is a little different than the normal wedding type of magazine. a more minimalist and focus on the photography, medical rather than themes and details. and the readers are given a look into the intimate parts of the relationship by a letter written to each other. something not often known by images and blog posts. just a dream of a magazine and we were so honored to be featured in their 33rd issue.

i cant wait to get my hands on a few of these. yummm.

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You can see all about White Magazine HERE.

and you can purchase an issue HERE.

All Images courtesy of Branch & Cole.

Some recent features & Podcasts

// Features, Wedding

hello my friends.

i’m gliding back up the ramp of work, and building and planning and going and i love that feeling. i still have a lot to share from my wedding #duh but we’ll wait til i have photos to share along with it. i’ve had a few features so i wanted to plop those little guys here. one for the brides and one for the togs. equality.

 

PODCAST // Australian Company “PhotoBiz Exposed” by Andrew Hellmich

My episode is called “Find Your Passion, Find Your Voice, Watch Your Photography Business Soar”

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Andrew is an Australian photographer in the business a long time and has a deep library of interviews and podcasts from photographers all over the world and some of the best in the business. I was so honored that he would want to include me in his list of episodes. I had a ton of fun talking to him and giving my unabashed opinion on so many business and photography items. His site & interviews are for premium users, because duh why buy the cow when you can get the milk for free….but you can start a $1 trial if you’d like to listen to the episode. He includes a long list of topics we cover to give you an idea on the content.

Listen to the PODCAST HERE and some of their images in one of my blog posts HERE.

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REAL WEDDING FEATURE ON JUNEBUG WEDDINGS // MARYAM & OMAR

one of my most lovely, sexy and classy couples of all time was featured on Junebug weddings…and rightfully so! you just have to see their class. i still cant get over those two.

You can see the feature HERE.

What a delight. happy tuesday. now get back to work! 

Sara and Chris featured on Desiree Hartsock's Blog.

// Engagement, Features

my little hunnies, Chris and Sara, and their oh-so-sexy engagement session is featured over on Desiree Hartsock’s bridal blog today. woo.

You can see Sara and Chris’ full shoot on my blog HERE.

 

// SEATTLE BRIDE FEATURE // 

One of my images for The Bar Method of Des, was also featured in Seattle Bride. you can see it HERE.

Happy Friday folks.

Named in Rangefinder Magazine 30 Rising Stars of Wedding Photography

// Features

badass day of the year award goes to today.

i got named in the “30 Rising Stars of Wedding Photography” by Rangefinder Magazine. this is an International Award given to photographers who have been in business for 5 years or less, nominated by editors or industry leaders, photographers cannot nominate themselves. i dont know who nominated me, but i want to give you a big high five.

typically i try not to go on too much about a features, whatnot, but this is honestly the biggest honor I’ve received in my career so far. it means a lot to me. mostly because i think back to when i started shooting and this award article came out, and i sat in my car scouring all the photographers and oozing over their images, and led me to following their work and inspired by their work.

so then to get the email that i was nominated, let alone, actually awarded in the group…..I’m not gonna lie, there was some screaming and beaming in my apartment. i never ever thought I’d be in this bunch.

really really honored.

and also really proud of some of my friends who also made it in the bunch. Phil. Ryan. Ariel. Bryan and Mae. Pat.

 

if you’d like to click thru the feature, you can see My Article on the first spread, page 63.

you can also click to My Gallery  and see my top 30 images that are not included on my page in the magazine.

 

dude. named in the top 30 for 2013. in the world. what the hell. blown away.

The copy on my page. 

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Andria Lindquist got started in photography by accident during a trip through
Sweden. “One month in, and I knew there was something. I returned to the U.S.
and didn’t go back to my job, but instead started chasing what I was confident I
was made to do—photography.” The digital shooter and Seattle Pacific University
graduate is currently in her fourth season shooting weddings. She says her goal is
“to only create work that brings life to me, gives me excitement and is like a slap in
the face. I am a very lively, energetic photographer and I’ve always wanted to create
an experience for those that hire me, in addition to creating incredible imagery.”
Lindquist admits she is at her best with weddings that may be considered more non-
traditional and where she can steal moments throughout the day to honestly tell the
couple’s story and create images that are “true and bold.”

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my friend Phil Chester (badass dude) also made it in the group – and CJ and I’s image is featured on the spread 71. woo! (bottom right corner above)

Rangefinder will be on newsstands soon. in case you want to buy one, mom. 

and congrats to all my couples that are featured in the piece!

Featured: "What I Have to Say" for The Define School

// Features

i got asked to write a piece on anything i want, with heart and conviction, by The Define School. 

you just opened up a can of worms. you know i get fiery when i write. 

i was wracking my brain about what’d my topic would be and then a comic in the stranger steered my thoughts exactly to the right spot.

so, today went live a little artcle (far less offensive than i thought my writing would end up as) on the female entrepreneur and her desire to do both – have a kick ass career and a fulfilling home life.  

you can read the article HERE

thanks to The Define School for being a platform for authenticity and allowing artists to speak the truth and what’s on their heart. not just worrying about being politically correct. more power to’ya.

and i’d love to hear your thoughts on this area women. do you agree, do you disagree. open it up.