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Genevieve + Ryan | Tahoe Wedding Photographer

If you check out the post below, you will see pictures of the night before Genevieve and Ryan’s big day.

My buddy and second shooter, Hardy Wilson, and I started the day out right. We went to the Fire Side Cafe in Tahoe City, for a hearty dose of calories. From there we did a little scouting mission at Plump Jack to find some good spots for group shots. And then, considering our timeline, we decided to up the calorie count, and we proceeded to have a couple of super sandwiches in Squaw Valley (can’t remember the name of the place). Although it seemed excessive at the time, I was glad for the calorie fest. For ten plus hours, we shot what turned out to be one of the most ruckus wedding parties of the year. The night may have ended with the photographers getting down on the dance floor, but that might be a rumor.

It should be mentioned that event planner, Stephanie Anderson, of One Fine Day was a delight to work with and did a knock up job on the event coordination.

Much fun was had by all. It was a great end to the wedding year.

Happy Holiday, and be safe.

Enjoy the pics!


The following 3 pictures were taken by Hardy. In case you are wondering what the guys are doing with the dice… playing Dice Eyes of course.


  • Stephanie Anderson - Such a treat to work with you guys! I do believe that rumor about the photographers on the dance floor is true!!! The photos turned out amazing – great work!!!!January 2, 2011 – 11:11 pm

  • Timothy - Nice capture of the day. I love winter weddings. What’s with the hot tub part? People just around the area?January 13, 2011 – 3:29 pm

  • Dubnoff Wedding Photography - One of the most impressive things about these wedding photographs are the detail shots. Nice eye for details. I love that kind of stuff.August 16, 2011 – 10:52 pm

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