I've been an observer her entire life. I am told that even as a child I was perfectly content just doing my own thing and observing whatever was going on around me, that is, when I wasn’t drawing on walls or the side of my dad’s garage with permanent markers.
My background in photojournalism and fine art photography comes through strongly in the way I photograph. I may be biased, but I believe that combination is perfect for weddings, lifestyle and adventure photography.
Moments and memories shape our lives and our stories, but in our fast paced society, everything is fleeting. My photographs compel those memories and stories even farther, providing lasting memories to share for generations. I work to capture more than just the imagery of the moment, but also the feel of the entire experience. Looking back, you want to remember more than just the images of the day, but also how you felt in those moments, whether it was the first time you saw your husband or wife on the day you exchanged your vows, the moment you found out if you would be having a son or a daughter, laughing with your most cherished friends, that first time your dad saw you on your wedding day, and so many more before, after and between all of these.
Life is beautiful and full of moments to treasure.
Aside from photography, what does Veronica do?
+Triathlete - Competing in her first Ironman 70.3 in August, 2022
+Summited nearly every class 4 14er in Colorado, as well as a few class 5 traverses
+Cyclist - Rides worth mentioning - Pikes peak summit road, Mount Evans summit road. Plans for Trail Ridge Road from Estes to Granby and 200 miles through Moab and Arches National park
+Wilderness First Responder
+Ceramics pottery side hustle
+Alpine paddle boarder - plans to hike to and paddle the highest alpine lake in the US in 2022
Half Dome, Yosemite, California