My dad is a talker. So naturally when he was in the hospital for minor spine surgery a couple months ago he told the nurses and doctors all about his family. Mesha, one of his nurses, happened to be engaged and reached out to me about her and Joe’s wedding this fall. I’m grateful for the care he had while he was there and thrilled that I’ll be able to return the favor for their wedding this year.
For their engagement session we met up at Improper City, just north of downtown, to start the afternoon with a drink. Mesha and Joe have a natural, easy going chemistry that I vibe with really well. We were having such a good time that we almost didn’t want to leave.
After walking around that neighborhood we headed back to my place in LoDo for a quick change before walking to some iconic engagement locations in Denver. There was just a few minutes of sunlight left in the sky by the time we arrived at the Wynkoop Street Bridge before it ducked into the clouds. Following a final wardrobe change, we walked over to Denver’s Union Station to capture some images at the quintessential downtown location during twilight. It was pretty quiet around there that evening. The images almost have a feeling that we were there alone which is unique for such a busy place in the city.
I enjoyed spending the afternoon with them at some of Denver’s most recognizable locations for their engagement photos and can’t wait to capture their wedding in September.