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“You got that stare. I can see why men might be intimidated by you.”-Kristin . 📷 @kristinabigailphoto . I will be posting A TON of photos because Kristin is a magician-photographer. This is her gift and I’m so glad she took the time to shoot with me. She’s available for bookings! You won’t be disappointed 😊 . . . . #seattle #pioneersquare #seattlephotographer #photoshoot #photographer #occidentalsquare #pnw #pnwphotographer #pnwphotography #kristinabigailphoto
it’s impossible to really choose, but i this is one of my favorites from mitch and meghan’s wedding. we were on the beautiful rooftop of @hewinghotel. i almost let someone talk me out of bringing them up there because it would take too much time, but meghan and mitch, to my delighted surprise, insisted. and so we went; mitch’s sister driving us all so we could hop out and hop back in. and when we did this, I couldn’t help but think how special it is that on a wedding day, the bride and groom are famous just for being two awesome people that are marrying one another. and so the people in your life do whatever they can to show you how happy that makes them. . . . . #seattlephotographer #seattlelife #pnwlife #seattleweddingphotographer #seattleliving #loveisintheair #wanderingweddings #loveisintheair #livefullyalive #kristinabigailphoto #exploremore #wildandfreelovers #justalittleloveinspo #anotherwildstory #washingtonians #dailyhiveseattle #portraitcollective #helloadventure #adventurephotographer #adventurestories #intimateweddingphotographer #pacificnorthwestisbest #queenanne
I really really (really) love rainy days.
put a plant in the foreground. layer. and good old fashioned laughs.
Sunday is for exploring
the way they look at one another...pure joy
these two are getting married mañana. I am already anticipating the laughter, joy, and tears. And more sparklers. I can't wait.
The Game of Thrones premier was everything and more.
tacoma.
I love that even when you step in as the photographer, and are essentially given the creative lead for the day, what really matters is always coming back to your clients and their creativity. Honoring that, and making space for it. Inviting them into the process. Because, it's really about them, isn't it? It's not about you. Not at all. - This is one of my favorite images from their day, and it was completely the bride's vision. @514studios
this was the first place we stayed while in Seattle. I'm not sure I'll ever go back to staying in hotels.
these two were up for anything. it was great.
funnily enough, even though I loved the fog desperately, it was actually the reason we left this camping trip early. soaked to the bone after a more than strenuous (uncompleted) hike, we decided a nice cushy bed was in order. and some Thai food.
back to real life tomorrow {sigh}
we watched as these folks went parasailing for the first time ever. their friends were standing next to us on the dock, taking photos and laughing like crazy. it's fun sometimes to be a part of these moments, even if it's from the outside.
the running bride
doesn't he look hot with his wedding ring on?
we waited out sheets of heavy rain in their favorite brewery, playing "sorry" over a few beers. then out we go, to explore swede hallow, where the kids danced beneath the tunnels. Will you be at the wedding? The little girl asked. Yes I will, I'll be taking photos. Okay, she replies with a smile, good. // I'm not sure the beauty of photographing families will ever fail to warm my heart.
These two brought me to a spot on the bridge and said it was special to them // for what particular reason I asked. We'll tell you after the wedding she said. What? Was it something illegal?? No no no, you'll see // and I stared at the site in bewilderment and with joy on their faces at the recollection I told them I would not forget to ask.
when will we experience quiet unless we create it for ourselves? // loved capturing @dorianbrooke1 doing her beautiful thing
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#Repost @glennondoylemelton with @repostapp ・・・ Spoke to a thousand Love Warriors in Minnesota last night. I felt sad and shaky and vulnerable but I showed up anyway. So did they. Right now: we really need the Love Warriors to show up anyway. Heather, a fierce minister and my interviewer said: G, Why are you a Christian? And I took a deep breath and I said: Because the media Jesus and the Gospel Jesus aren't the same person. Not even close. The Jesus we read about in the Gospel walked the Earth asking two questions everywhere he went. Who is power forgetting? Who is religion oppressing? And then he gathered them and ate with them and listened to them. And so back then he found himself eating with lepers and bleeding women and the poor and prostitutes and tax collectors. He just gathered these people and broke bread with them. And so today- if Jesus followers asked the same questions their leader asked with his life.. If we looked hard at our own communities, in our own countries today and asked: Who is power forgetting? Who is religion oppressing? And then we gathered those people. And ate with them. And listened to them…we’d find ourselves listening to black kids. Black women. Black men. Brown people. Muslims. Addicts. The mentally ill. Children. Gay kids. Single moms. Divorced folks. Transgender kids. Refugees. Immigrants. Widows. The financially poor…. And if we look around our churches and we do not see those faces…then we can be certain we are not doing the work that Jesus did. And we might ask ourselves if what we have is a CHURCH - where the vulnerable find allies and refuge and hope and where we step back and let the forgotten LEAD US - or if what we have ourselves is a country club where we can be comfy with folks who look and love and think just like we do. I'm a Christian because I like Jesus’ questions. I don't need all the answers. But I do need good questions. Thank you for your gorgeous photography #kristinabigailphoto @kristinabigailphoto
Wow. I've heard a lot of people try to convince me to look at religion/Jesus differently and this is about the most compelling argument I've ever heard. The answers are the questions.... . . #Repost @glennondoylemelton with @repostapp ・・・ Spoke to a thousand Love Warriors in Minnesota last night. I felt sad and shaky and vulnerable but I showed up anyway. So did they. Right now: we really need the Love Warriors to show up anyway. Heather, a fierce minister and my interviewer said: G, Why are you a Christian? And I took a deep breath and I said: Because the media Jesus and the Gospel Jesus aren't the same person. Not even close. The Jesus we read about in the Gospel walked the Earth asking two questions everywhere he went. Who is power forgetting? Who is religion oppressing? And then he gathered them and ate with them and listened to them. And so back then he found himself eating with lepers and bleeding women and the poor and prostitutes and tax collectors. He just gathered these people and broke bread with them. And so today- if Jesus followers asked the same questions their leader asked with his life.. If we looked hard at our own communities, in our own countries today and asked: Who is power forgetting? Who is religion oppressing? And then we gathered those people. And ate with them. And listened to them…we’d find ourselves listening to black kids. Black women. Black men. Brown people. Muslims. Addicts. The mentally ill. Children. Gay kids. Single moms. Divorced folks. Transgender kids. Refugees. Immigrants. Widows. The financially poor…. And if we look around our churches and we do not see those faces…then we can be certain we are not doing the work that Jesus did. And we might ask ourselves if what we have is a CHURCH - where the vulnerable find allies and refuge and hope and where we step back and let the forgotten LEAD US - or if what we have ourselves is a country club where we can be comfy with folks who look and love and think just like we do. I'm a Christian because I like Jesus’ questions. I don't need all the answers. But I do need good questions. Thank you for your gorgeous photography #kristinabigailphoto
Repost from @glennondoylemelton using @RepostRegramApp - Spoke to a thousand Love Warriors in Minnesota last night. I felt sad and shaky and vulnerable but I showed up anyway. So did they. Right now: we really need the Love Warriors to show up anyway. Heather, a fierce minister and my interviewer said: G, Why are you a Christian? And I took a deep breath and I said: Because the media Jesus and the Gospel Jesus aren't the same person. Not even close. The Jesus we read about in the Gospel walked the Earth asking two questions everywhere he went. Who is power forgetting? Who is religion oppressing? And then he gathered them and ate with them and listened to them. And so back then he found himself eating with lepers and bleeding women and the poor and prostitutes and tax collectors. He just gathered these people and broke bread with them. And so today- if Jesus followers asked the same questions their leader asked with his life.. If we looked hard at our own communities, in our own countries today and asked: Who is power forgetting? Who is religion oppressing? And then we gathered those people. And ate with them. And listened to them…we’d find ourselves listening to black kids. Black women. Black men. Brown people. Muslims. Addicts. The mentally ill. Children. Gay kids. Single moms. Divorced folks. Transgender kids. Refugees. Immigrants. Widows. The financially poor…. And if we look around our churches and we do not see those faces…then we can be certain we are not doing the work that Jesus did. And we might ask ourselves if what we have is a CHURCH - where the vulnerable find allies and refuge and hope and where we step back and let the forgotten LEAD US - or if what we have ourselves is a country club where we can be comfy with folks who look and love and think just like we do. I'm a Christian because I like Jesus’ questions. I don't need all the answers. But I do need good questions. Thank you for your gorgeous photography #kristinabigailphoto @kristinabigailphoto
Um WOW. Read this. #Repost @glennondoylemelton with @repostapp ・・・ Spoke to a thousand Love Warriors in Minnesota last night. I felt sad and shaky and vulnerable but I showed up anyway. So did they. Right now: we really need the Love Warriors to show up anyway. Heather, a fierce minister and my interviewer said: G, Why are you a Christian? And I took a deep breath and I said: Because the media Jesus and the Gospel Jesus aren't the same person. Not even close. The Jesus we read about in the Gospel walked the Earth asking two questions everywhere he went. Who is power forgetting? Who is religion oppressing? And then he gathered them and ate with them and listened to them. And so back then he found himself eating with lepers and bleeding women and the poor and prostitutes and tax collectors. He just gathered these people and broke bread with them. And so today- if Jesus followers asked the same questions their leader asked with his life.. If we looked hard at our own communities, in our own countries today and asked: Who is power forgetting? Who is religion oppressing? And then we gathered those people. And ate with them. And listened to them…we’d find ourselves listening to black kids. Black women. Black men. Brown people. Muslims. Addicts. The mentally ill. Children. Gay kids. Single moms. Divorced folks. Transgender kids. Refugees. Immigrants. Widows. The financially poor…. And if we look around our churches and we do not see those faces…then we can be certain we are not doing the work that Jesus did. And we might ask ourselves if what we have is a CHURCH - where the vulnerable find allies and refuge and hope and where we step back and let the forgotten LEAD US - or if what we have ourselves is a country club where we can be comfy with folks who look and love and think just like we do. I'm a Christian because I like Jesus’ questions. I don't need all the answers. But I do need good questions. Thank you for your gorgeous photography #kristinabigailphoto @kristinabigailphoto
If she ain't living life right, I don't know who is! Repost from @glennondoylemelton - Spoke to a thousand Love Warriors in Minnesota last night. I felt sad and shaky and vulnerable but I showed up anyway. So did they. Right now: we really need the Love Warriors to show up anyway. Heather, a fierce minister and my interviewer said: G, Why are you a Christian? And I took a deep breath and I said: Because the media Jesus and the Gospel Jesus aren't the same person. Not even close. The Jesus we read about in the Gospel walked the Earth asking two questions everywhere he went. Who is power forgetting? Who is religion oppressing? And then he gathered them and ate with them and listened to them. And so back then he found himself eating with lepers and bleeding women and the poor and prostitutes and tax collectors. He just gathered these people and broke bread with them. And so today- if Jesus followers asked the same questions their leader asked with his life.. If we looked hard at our own communities, in our own countries today and asked: Who is power forgetting? Who is religion oppressing? And then we gathered those people. And ate with them. And listened to them…we’d find ourselves listening to black kids. Black women. Black men. Brown people. Muslims. Addicts. The mentally ill. Children. Gay kids. Single moms. Divorced folks. Transgender kids. Refugees. Immigrants. Widows. The financially poor…. And if we look around our churches and we do not see those faces…then we can be certain we are not doing the work that Jesus did. And we might ask ourselves if what we have is a CHURCH - where the vulnerable find allies and refuge and hope and where we step back and let the forgotten LEAD US - or if what we have ourselves is a country club where we can be comfy with folks who look and love and think just like we do. I'm a Christian because I like Jesus’ questions. I don't need all the answers. But I do need good questions. Thank you for your gorgeous photography #kristinabigailphoto @kristinabigailphoto
Truth boys & girls #Repost @glennondoylemelton with @repostapp ・・・ Spoke to a thousand Love Warriors in Minnesota last night. I felt sad and shaky and vulnerable but I showed up anyway. So did they. Right now: we really need the Love Warriors to show up anyway. Heather, a fierce minister and my interviewer said: G, Why are you a Christian? And I took a deep breath and I said: Because the media Jesus and the Gospel Jesus aren't the same person. Not even close. The Jesus we read about in the Gospel walked the Earth asking two questions everywhere he went. Who is power forgetting? Who is religion oppressing? And then he gathered them and ate with them and listened to them. And so back then he found himself eating with lepers and bleeding women and the poor and prostitutes and tax collectors. He just gathered these people and broke bread with them. And so today- if Jesus followers asked the same questions their leader asked with his life.. If we looked hard at our own communities, in our own countries today and asked: Who is power forgetting? Who is religion oppressing? And then we gathered those people. And ate with them. And listened to them…we’d find ourselves listening to black kids. Black women. Black men. Brown people. Muslims. Addicts. The mentally ill. Children. Gay kids. Transgender kids. Refugees. Immigrants. Widows. The financially poor…. And if we look around our churches and we do not see those faces…then we can be certain we are not doing the work the Jesus did. And we might ask ourselves if what we have is a CHURCH - where the vulnerable find allies and refuge and hope and where we step back and let the forgotten LEAD US - or if what we have ourselves is a country club where we can be comfy with folks who look and love and think just like we do. I'm a Christian because I like Jesus’ questions. I don't need all the answers. But I do need good questions. Thank you for your gorgeous photography #kristinabigailphoto
If I could sum up everything my ministry is and everything the magazine will be about, it's this. All of this. She took the words right outta my heart. YES and AMEN. #Repost @glennondoylemelton with @repostapp ・・・ Spoke to a thousand Love Warriors in Minnesota last night. I felt sad and shaky and vulnerable but I showed up anyway. So did they. Right now: we really need the Love Warriors to show up anyway. Heather, a fierce minister and my interviewer said: G, Why are you a Christian? And I took a deep breath and I said: Because the media Jesus and the Gospel Jesus aren't the same person. Not even close. The Jesus we read about in the Gospel walked the Earth asking two questions everywhere he went. Who is power forgetting? Who is religion oppressing? And then he gathered them and ate with them and listened to them. And so back then he found himself eating with lepers and bleeding women and the poor and prostitutes and tax collectors. He just gathered these people and broke bread with them. And so today- if Jesus followers asked the same questions their leader asked with his life.. If we looked hard at our own communities, in our own countries today and asked: Who is power forgetting? Who is religion oppressing? And then we gathered those people. And ate with them. And listened to them…we’d find ourselves listening to black kids. Black women. Black men. Brown people. Muslims. Addicts. The mentally ill. Children. Gay kids. Transgender kids. Refugees. Immigrants. Widows. The financially poor…. And if we look around our churches and we do not see those faces…then we can be certain we are not doing the work the Jesus did. And we might ask ourselves if what we have is a CHURCH - where the vulnerable find allies and refuge and hope and where we step back and let the forgotten LEAD US - or if what we have ourselves is a country club where we can be comfy with folks who look and love and think just like we do. I'm a Christian because I like Jesus’ questions. I don't need all the answers. But I do need good questions. Thank you for your gorgeous photography #kristinabigailphoto
Amazing, amazing. #Repost @glennondoylemelton with @repostapp ・・・ Spoke to a thousand Love Warriors in Minnesota last night. I felt sad and shaky and vulnerable but I showed up anyway. So did they. Right now: we really need the Love Warriors to show up anyway. Heather, a fierce minister and my interviewer said: G, Why are you a Christian? And I took a deep breath and I said: Because the media Jesus and the Gospel Jesus aren't the same person. Not even close. The Jesus we read about in the Gospel walked the Earth asking two questions everywhere he went. Who is power forgetting? Who is religion oppressing? And then he gathered them and ate with them and listened to them. And so back then he found himself eating with lepers and bleeding women and the poor and prostitutes and tax collectors. He just gathered these people and broke bread with them. And so today- if Jesus followers asked the same questions their leader asked with his life.. If we looked hard at our own communities, in our own countries today and asked: Who is power forgetting? Who is religion oppressing? And then we gathered those people. And ate with them. And listened to them…we’d find ourselves listening to black kids. Black women. Black men. Brown people. Muslims. Addicts. The mentally ill. Children. Gay kids. Transgender kids. Refugees. Immigrants. Widows. The financially poor…. And if we look around our churches and we do not see those faces…then we can be certain we are not doing the work the Jesus did. And we might ask ourselves if what we have is a CHURCH - where the vulnerable find allies and refuge and hope and where we step back and let the forgotten LEAD US - or if what we have ourselves is a country club where we can be comfy with folks who look and love and think just like we do. I'm a Christian because I like Jesus’ questions. I don't need all the answers. But I do need good questions. Thank you for your gorgeous photography #kristinabigailphoto
Yas!! @glennondoylemelton Spoke to a thousand Love Warriors in Minnesota last night. I felt sad and shaky and vulnerable but I showed up anyway. So did they. Right now: we really need the Love Warriors to show up anyway. Heather, a fierce minister and my interviewer said: G, Why are you a Christian? And I took a deep breath and I said: Because the media Jesus and the Gospel Jesus aren't the same person. Not even close. The Jesus we read about in the Gospel walked the Earth asking two questions everywhere he went. Who is power forgetting? Who is religion oppressing? And then he gathered them and ate with them and listened to them. And so back then he found himself eating with lepers and bleeding women and the poor and prostitutes and tax collectors. He just gathered these people and broke bread with them. And so today- if Jesus followers asked the same questions their leader asked with his life.. If we looked hard at our own communities, in our own countries today and asked: Who is power forgetting? Who is religion oppressing? And then we gathered those people. And ate with them. And listened to them…we’d find ourselves listening to black kids. Black women. Black men. Brown people. Muslims. Addicts. The mentally ill. Children. Gay kids. Single moms. Divorced folks. Transgender kids. Refugees. Immigrants. Widows. The financially poor…. And if we look around our churches and we do not see those faces…then we can be certain we are not doing the work the Jesus did. And we might ask ourselves if what we have is a CHURCH - where the vulnerable find allies and refuge and hope and where we step back and let the forgotten LEAD US - or if what we have ourselves is a country club where we can be comfy with folks who look and love and think just like we do. I'm a Christian because I like Jesus’ questions. I don't need all the answers. But I do need good questions. Thank you for your gorgeous photography #kristinabigailphoto @kristinabigailphoto
Repost from @laura_mckowen using @RepostRegramApp - This. This. Repost from @glennondoylemelton using @RepostRegramApp - Spoke to a thousand Love Warriors in Minnesota last night. I felt sad and shaky and vulnerable but I showed up anyway. So did they. Right now: we really need the Love Warriors to show up anyway. Heather, a fierce minister and my interviewer said: G, Why are you a Christian? And I took a deep breath and I said: Because the media Jesus and the Gospel Jesus aren't the same person. Not even close. The Jesus we read about in the Gospel walked the Earth asking two questions everywhere he went. Who is power forgetting? Who is religion oppressing? And then he gathered them and ate with them and listened to them. And so back then he found himself eating with lepers and bleeding women and the poor and prostitutes and tax collectors. He just gathered these people and broke bread with them. And so today- if Jesus followers asked the same questions their leader asked with his life.. If we looked hard at our own communities, in our own countries today and asked: Who is power forgetting? Who is religion oppressing? And then we gathered those people. And ate with them. And listened to them…we’d find ourselves listening to black kids. Black women. Black men. Brown people. Muslims. Addicts. The mentally ill. Children. Gay kids. Transgender kids. Refugees. Immigrants. Widows. The financially poor…. And if we look around our churches and we do not see those faces…then we can be certain we are not doing the work the Jesus did. And we might ask ourselves if what we have is a CHURCH - where the vulnerable find allies and refuge and hope and where we step back and let the forgotten LEAD US - or if what we have ourselves is a country club where we can be comfy with folks who look and love and think just like we do. I'm a Christian because I like Jesus’ questions. I don't need all the answers. But I do need good questions. Thank you for your gorgeous photography #kristinabigailphoto @kristinabigailphoto
I need to just leave this here. #Repost @glennondoylemelton with @repostapp ・・・ Spoke to a thousand Love Warriors in Minnesota last night. I felt sad and shaky and vulnerable but I showed up anyway. So did they. Right now: we really need the Love Warriors to show up anyway. Heather, a fierce minister and my interviewer said: G, Why are you a Christian? And I took a deep breath and I said: Because the media Jesus and the Gospel Jesus aren't the same person. Not even close. The Jesus we read about in the Gospel walked the Earth asking two questions everywhere he went. Who is power forgetting? Who is religion oppressing? And then he gathered them and ate with them and listened to them. And so back then he found himself eating with lepers and bleeding women and the poor and prostitutes and tax collectors. He just gathered these people and broke bread with them. And so today- if Jesus followers asked the same questions their leader asked with his life.. If we looked hard at our own communities, in our own countries today and asked: Who is power forgetting? Who is religion oppressing? And then we gathered those people. And ate with them. And listened to them…we’d find ourselves listening to black kids. Black women. Black men. Brown people. Muslims. Addicts. The mentally ill. Children. Gay kids. Transgender kids. Refugees. Immigrants. Widows. The financially poor…. And if we look around our churches and we do not see those faces…then we can be certain we are not doing the work the Jesus did. And we might ask ourselves if what we have is a CHURCH - where the vulnerable find allies and refuge and hope and where we step back and let the forgotten LEAD US - or if what we have ourselves is a country club where we can be comfy with folks who look and love and think just like we do. I'm a Christian because I like Jesus’ questions. I don't need all the answers. But I do need good questions. Thank you for your gorgeous photography #kristinabigailphoto @kristinabigailphoto
This. #Repost @glennondoylemelton ・・・ Spoke to a thousand Love Warriors in Minnesota last night. I felt sad and shaky and vulnerable but I showed up anyway. So did they. Right now: we really need the Love Warriors to show up anyway. Heather, a fierce minister and my interviewer said: G, Why are you a Christian? And I took a deep breath and I said: Because the media Jesus and the Gospel Jesus aren't the same person. Not even close. The Jesus we read about in the Gospel walked the Earth asking two questions everywhere he went. Who is power forgetting? Who is religion oppressing? And then he gathered them and ate with them and listened to them. And so back then he found himself eating with lepers and bleeding women and the poor and prostitutes and tax collectors. He just gathered these people and broke bread with them. And so today- if Jesus followers asked the same questions their leader asked with his life.. If we looked hard at our own communities, in our own countries today and asked: Who is power forgetting? Who is religion oppressing? And then we gathered those people. And ate with them. And listened to them…we’d find ourselves listening to black kids. Black women. Black men. Brown people. Muslims. Addicts. The mentally ill. Children. Gay kids. Transgender kids. Refugees. Immigrants. Widows. The financially poor…. And if we look around our churches and we do not see those faces…then we can be certain we are not doing the work the Jesus did. And we might ask ourselves if what we have is a CHURCH - where the vulnerable find allies and refuge and hope and where we step back and let the forgotten LEAD US - or if what we have ourselves is a country club where we can be comfy with folks who look and love and think just like we do. I'm a Christian because I like Jesus’ questions. I don't need all the answers. But I do need good questions. Thank you for your gorgeous photography #kristinabigailphoto
Spoke to a thousand Love Warriors in Minnesota last night. I felt sad and shaky and vulnerable but I showed up anyway. So did they. Right now: we really need the Love Warriors to show up anyway. Heather, a fierce minister and my interviewer said: G, Why are you a Christian? And I took a deep breath and I said: Because the media Jesus and the Gospel Jesus aren't the same person. Not even close. The Jesus we read about in the Gospel walked the Earth asking two questions everywhere he went. Who is power forgetting? Who is religion oppressing? And then he gathered them and ate with them and listened to them. And so back then he found himself eating with lepers and bleeding women and the poor and prostitutes and tax collectors. He just gathered these people and broke bread with them. And so today- if Jesus followers asked the same questions their leader asked with his life.. If we looked hard at our own communities, in our own countries today and asked: Who is power forgetting? Who is religion oppressing? And then we gathered those people. And ate with them. And listened to them…we’d find ourselves listening to black kids. Black women. Black men. Brown people. Muslims. Addicts. The mentally ill. Children. Gay kids. Single moms. Divorced folks. Transgender kids. Refugees. Immigrants. Widows. The financially poor…. And if we look around our churches and we do not see those faces…then we can be certain we are not doing the work that Jesus did. And we might ask ourselves if what we have is a CHURCH - where the vulnerable find allies and refuge and hope and where we step back and let the forgotten LEAD US - or if what we have ourselves is a country club where we can be comfy with folks who look and love and think just like we do. I'm a Christian because I like Jesus’ questions. I don't need all the answers. But I do need good questions. Thank you for your gorgeous photography #kristinabigailphoto @kristinabigailphoto