Category Archives: Timothy Faust

Jeff and Michelle’s Breckenridge Colorado Engagement Session

    Michelle and Jeff asked me to photograph their wedding next summer, so they came out to the mountains this past fall with me to photograph their engagement photos in Breckenridge, Colorado. They brought their rather shy dog with that they rescued a few weeks earlier, and I think the photos of the three[more…]

Impromptu Breckenridge Engagement Session

Alison and Aaron   I’ve known Alison for years through the work I did for the American Cancer Society’s Hope on the Slopes fundraiser here in Breckenridge. When she let me know she recently got engaged and was looking for a photographer, I couldn’t wait. We met up in Breckenridge, discussed the details for her[more…]

Sarah and Tyler’s Breckenridge Colorado Engagement Session

  I love photographing in the winter, especially weddings and portrait sessions of couples willing to brave a little cold and snow. Tyler and Sarah were a lot of fun to photograph, and I can’t wait to photograph their wedding this September.  

Happy Anniversary to Mari and Grace

Today is Mari and Grace’s third wedding anniversary. ¬†Congratulations to an amazing couple. I have known them for quite a while, and in addition to their wedding, I have had the opportunity to photograph them on all sorts of adventures together.    

Timothy Faust Photography among top 20 Destination Wedding Photographers

According to Bridebox.com, Timothy Faust Photography is among the top 20 destination wedding photographers in North America. After having photographed in places all over the United States as well as Europe and Asia, it is am amazing honor to be included on a list with such photographers as David Beckstead and Ben Chrisman.   You[more…]

Progress in Marriage Equality

    In anticipation of Pridefest happening in Denver this weekend, it got me thinking of how far the fight for marriage equality has progressed in the U.S. since I photographed my first same-sex marriage in California five years ago. When same sex marriage was legalized in California in 2008, my wonderful friends MJ and[more…]

When equipment breaks down

¬†Imagine you are photographing a wedding ceremony, and right as the bride begins to walk down the aisle, your camera breaks. It becomes completely non functional to the point where you can’t even turn it off. What do you do? Do you panic? Do you ask to stop the ceremony? Do you pull out your[more…]