Anyone who knows me could tell you that I love to travel. In fact, I try to save one weekend of every month to go somewhere fun, whether it be a place I’ve been to thirty times before or somewhere new.
I have a chronic case of travel itches and to be perfectly honest, I’m not happy unless I’m planning a trip or on one. Currently in the works, a weekend trip to Shelf Road in Canon city, a road trip to Kentucky and Pittsburgh in May, and trips to both Ten Sleep and Devils Tower, WY over the summer. Then I have my hopeful trips. You know, trips that I hope to go on this year but haven’t worked out any details yet. We have Yellow Stone National Park, Dinosaur National Park, Glacier National Park (yes, I do love my national parks), visiting Mt. Rushmore, Red Rocks in Las Vegas and hopefully we’ll finish off the year with a trip to Spain.
Lately when traveling, I’ve noticed a pattern. Everywhere I go, I’m like “Oooh… Look how pretty it is here, I wish I had a bride and groom to photograph”. Yea… What can I say? I love my job.
So after a little bit of brain storming, I’ve decided that I want to travel more (SURPRISE!) and when I do, I want to photograph weddings. In order to do so, I’ve decided not to charge travel fees to the places that I want to go. This is great for you because my prices are consistent with Colorado wedding prices and many of the places I want to go are more expensive, destination wedding locations. This is great for me, because I’ll get to visit more places and be happier.
So for 2014, I will not be charging a travel fee to photograph weddings in the following places as long as you book at least 4 hours of coverage:
Moab or Indian Creek, Utah
Tetons National Park or Jacksonhole, Wyoming
And as always, I never charge a travel fee to photograph weddings in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Please contact me right away if you’d like me to photograph your destination wedding as I only accept a limited number of weddings each year!