Congratulations Tiffany and Matt!

Saturday was Tiffany and Matt’s lovely wedding at LAuberge Chez Francois, a wonderful French restaurant in Great Falls. We finished the day at the Smithsonian Castle, a fitting backdrop for a wedding day portrait. The slideshow tells the day’s story.







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Chrissi and Sheldon’s Album

While Chrissi and Sheldon were enjoying a fabulous honeymoon in Hawaii, I designed this album of their day. I love to see the pictures come together and tell a beautiful story. It’s so much more powerful than any picture alone. Take a look at the album and see if you agree!


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Congratulations Chrissi and Sheldon!

Saturday I had the privilege of shooting Chrissi and Sheldon’s wedding. They are such a great couple; I enjoyed spending the day with them and their friends and family. As you’ll see from the photos, they love each other and love to have fun! To see more, here’s their slideshow.






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General Georges Sada

I read a ton, but occasionally a book really stands out. This time it’s Saddam’s Secrets by former Iraqi General Georges Sada. It’s the other side of the story told from someone on the inside with the same perspective we have.

General Sada was “retired” 20 years ago, however, that didn’t keep Saddam from reactivating him when he needed someone to tell him the truth. One of those times was for the invasion of Kuwait. Reading about the widespread destruction Saddam planned and his delusion about his power in the world is really frightening. General Sada was trusted by Saddam because he was a Christian and told the truth, which often meant saying things that could have cost him his life.

General Sada said that the reason he wrote the book was to tell the truth about Weapons of Mass Destruction, which he knows existed and were transported to Syria. He still lives in Baghdad and has been instrumental in protecting religious freedom in the Irqai Constitution and in establishing the new government. He has a hopeful spirit about Iraq that you don’t find very often. It’s a fascinating account, I highly recommend the read!


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