Jason and Robin live in Alaska but Ouray, Colorado has always been special place to them. They hired Barton Glasser Photography to shoot their late April destination wedding at the historic Beaumont Hotel. This two were so head-over-heels in love that they could barely keep their hands off each other during the ceremony!
People often ask me what I am doing when I am not photographing weddings. The short answer is A LOT. I’ve always felt that it is always better to show rather than tell so here are a few photos from a recent fashion shoot featuring clothing from downtown Montrose retailers for Montrose Style Magazine.
Barton Glasser Photography just reserved a space at the Magic 93.1 Wedding Expo to be held at the Two Rivers Convention Center in Grand Junction, Colorado on Sunday, January 26, 2014. If you are planning a wedding, need ideas and especially if you are looking for a great wedding photographer, please stop by and say “Hi.” I’d love to meet you.
Seth and Casey had a beautiful outdoor wedding at Saddlehorn Ampetheater on the Colorado National Monument with a big reveal beforehand. They both looked great with an awesome scenic backdrop, which made my job a dream! Reception followed at Allen’s Unique Autos.
Nick and Sara are great people and, like most great people, they have a lot of friends. So many friends attended their wedding at Nick’s father’s Montrose Home that it was filled to near bursting. The mid-afternoon ceremony was short and sweet with plenty of overtures to Nick’s Scottish heritage. A reception in Elk’s Park followed where there was plenty of dancing and mingling and Nick, a local restauranteur, and his staff had prepared a delicious feast for everyone.
John and Susan wanted a small, intimate mountain wedding and that is exactly what they had on a recent summer road trip from their home in Chicago to Salt Lake City. They were married on the steps at the historic Beaumont Hotel in Ouray, Colorado by a friend who was an officiant. After the ceremony I loaded the entire wedding party up in my Subaru (did I mention this was a small wedding?) and drove them up the Million Dollar Highway for some portraits and sightseeing. They wanted some shots with some old mining shacks so we stopped at Ironton Park and made some nice images and they played a song for me at the historic town site under the sweeping views of the Western San Juan Mountains.
Nick and Sara are a great couple. The have the perfect combination of smarts, creativity, and whimsy. I am really looking forward to shooting their September wedding.
From Boots to Bridal Pushups Matt and Katie’s awesome sense of humor was prevalent during their secret mountain elopement atop Telluride’s Bridal Veil Falls, one of Colorado’s most scenic locals. Despite the snow and chilly temperatures, everyone had a great time and I feel fortunate to be one of the few people who knew of their wedding…and I got to photograph it too!