The Best wedding experience
There is no other venue we’ve photographed more than the historic Timberline Lodge. The Silcox Hut, Ravens Nest, Patio, Ullman Hall, Barlow Room, and Amphitheater all offer great wedding experiences. While we don’t typically shoot at the same place too many times the Silcox Hut and Timberline Lodge are an exception. Every time we visit Mt. Hood the setting is different. The beautiful shape shifting weather pattern makes it truly an adventure. We are willing to go to the farthest reaches to capture the best of the best and support you in the most meaningful experience possible.
Embrace the unknown
We’ve photographed in almost every condition up at Timberline and we are constantly inspired. Jos has been a ski bum all his life and has been going up to Timberline since he was in high school and knows the mountain like the back of his hand. From the most intense sun during summertime, heavy rains, to the wildest snowstorms. We love it!
Working with the Timberline Lodge team is consistently a great experience. They are so kind, so thoughtful, and work like no other team we’ve seen. Seek out Chandra Orton and her team, they are the best and have tons of experience. You will find out how much they care! If you are looking for a true adventure to entertain your guests and have the best experience for your wedding day, check out Timberline Lodge and Silcox Hut.
Every couple we’ve photographed up there has loved it. Reach out to us, schedule a free consultation, we have much to share about how to approach your wedding at Mt Hood. We love to listen and have many stories and ideas. Photographing in low light and difficult conditions can be a big challenge but we’ve learned to master our off-camera flash and make magic happen.
We are happy to help you plan an epic adventure. Above is a growing collection of some of our favorite moments while photographing weddings at Timberline and Silcox Hut, with many more to come.
Check out a few of our recent weddings and engagement sessions we’ve captured on and around Mt. Hood
Born in two different countries on two different continents, 9,000 miles apart, from Rwanda to Oregon, Taylor and Jackson found each other. Finding a needle in a haystack IS possible. A special alchemy of friendship in the most unusual combinations united these two....
Robyn and Trevor are as unique as they come. Robyn is a firefighter, teaches aerial ski jumping, loves snowboarding, camping, wine tasting, traveling Thailand, Mexico, mountains and building forts! Trying to describe Trevor is almost impossible, let's just put it this...
Jenny and Brady met in EMT school and are both currently volunteer firefighters together. They live by the saying "work hard play hard." They love traveling the world and trying new things. For fun, they enjoy rock climbing, snowboarding, kayaking, weightlifting,...
An emotionally rich wedding atop Mt. Hood at Timberline Lodge with the ceremony outside on the patio looking out over Mt Hood.
Sara and Wes style is very "Northwest" rustic and earthy. They both never envisioned a traditional wedding, yet when they toured Silcox Hut at the top of Mt Hood they knew right away that they wanted to get married there. Their aim was to bring together the people...
If there are two people who perfectly celebrated Valentine's Day it was Lisa and Jarred. On February 14th twenty-five friends and family gathered for an emotionally touching small wedding above Timberline Lodge in the Silcox Hut. When you enter the Silcox Hut at 7000...
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