Jill and Noah are probably one of the sweetest couples anyone could ever meet, and I had the amazing pleasure of being chosen to photograph their Lake Minnetonka wedding. Jill and Noah both have beautiful, amazing, supportive families, and it was such an honor to be part of such an important day for them. Jill and Noah live in Texas, but have so much family in Minnesota, where Jill is from, that they decided to get married here. When Jill first called me on the phone to ask me to photograph her wedding, I felt so much warmth from her, I felt as if we could have been old friends reconnecting. As I got to know her better, the feeling continued. Spring came along, Jill and Noah flew up to visit family and have the engagement session with me. Meeting her in person, the warmth of Jill’s personality was compounded by the beautiful love of her best friend, and love of her life; Noah. I could not wait to document this love between two wonderful people, and the beginning of the rest of their lives together! Jill and Noah together exude true agape love, happiness, and passion. I believe I captured it beautifully in photographs. You can click here to see the slideshow of their wedding day.
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  • Jennie - Amazing! Just like the couple – Michelle – you really captured the love Jill & Noah share and the beauty of that day! They look so natural in all of the shots. Ryan and I felt like we were reliving the day as we watched the slideshow. It’s fun to see my sister and new brother-in-law so happy. The photographs are priceless and really capture their story and the happenings of the day. You are a kind & sweet spirit with great talent at what you do.

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  • Michelle Huber - Thank you so much for the kind words Jennie!ReplyCancel

Last night I experienced what is possibly the most amazing event in a person’s life. I had the honor of being chosen to document the amazing birth of baby Mason. He was born at 10:49 p.m. Saturday evening. Mason’s mommy was so strong; the delivery was completely natural, with almost no interventions from any health professionals. Being an observer of the whole thing was so inspiring. Lindsey took on each contraction with the strength of a team of oxen; she stayed in control and worked with each contraction. Even when it was discovered that Mason was “sunny side up”, Mommy refused to give up or give in, she was able to push him out, even after being in transition stage for hours, and having no sleep for over 24 hours. The human soul or spirit has such an amazing potential. Click here to see the (non-graphic version) slideshow. I am so grateful for being chosen to document this incredible event!

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I don’t know how I was so lucky to have been chosen to photograph Allison Falconer’s wedding, but thank you God! What an amazing, wonderful family, and what an incredibly beautiful wedding! It was difficult to decide which few images to post…there were so many wonderful moments captured! So, I have posted the image that I just lost it & cried…the moment in which Allison first appeared with her dad. It’s a good thing my camera hides my face, because tears were rolling! I also posted a few nice detail shots. I will post more as I complete all of my enhancements and edits on the images. My assistant Tom took the top image-what an awesome shot-thank you Tom! Congratulations Allison & Austin! I hope you are having a wonderful time in Hawaii! CLICK HERE TO SEE THE SLIDESHOW I thought I should also post the link to the Falconer Vineyard website as well-click here for more information on their award winning selection of delicious wines.

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  • Thomas Ward - The shot at the top turned out really neat!ReplyCancel

  • Michelle Huber - Yes it did! Thank you so much for helping me-I love that shot too!ReplyCancel

  • Ann L - Michelle and Tom – we couldn’t be happier than we are with what we’re seeing on your web site and on Alli’s video. You were fabulous to work with. Any time you need a recommendation, count us in!! Ann (Alli’s mom)ReplyCancel