The Life and Times of Julie Harris | A Photography Blog. Welcome! This is where I show my work and write about what stirs me. Mary Ellen Mark says, "Reality is always extraordinary". I'm a documentary wedding & portrait photographer in Denver, Colorado with a thirst for love, life and truth... a true bohemian at heart. In an industry saturated with trendy processing techniques and emphasis on style instead of substance, I strive to make honest images that are full of emotion and reality. Please visit and comment often!
I only took on 6 weddings this season. And Noi and Kyle’s wedding was exactly the type of wedding that I love to photograph–Simple, natural, and to the point (which of course is the marriage itself). In my humble opinion, after doing weddings for 12 years, a wedding should be the union and celebration of love between two people amongst their dearest friends and family. The details are icing on the cake–quite literally. If the love is there, if the couple is more excited to see their significant other at the end of the alter more than the alter pieces, then the alter pieces aren’t necessary. The emotion and energy outshines the most opulent embellishments. Congratulations, Noi and Kyle—It was a spectacular wedding!
Mother Nature had her own idea of how June 8th should look for Natalie and Dustin on their wedding day. It rained. Hard. But what can one do? Everyone rolled with it beautifully and it was actually a very romantic, and quite memorable day. To me, the rain added to the overall feel of Pastures of Plenty. The earth was more fragrant, the grass, more green. The colors in the pale pinks of the flowers popped and there has never been a more desirable June day for a bonfire and s’mores. There was even a whiskey fountain to warm people from the inside out. To me, it was perfect and intimate and something out of a woodland fairytale. Mother Nature always knows best and at the end of the day, Natalie and Dustin married their best friend and left in a warm farewell of sparklers and cheers.