Colin & Wendy
Happily married, mountain lovers,
do-it-yourselfers, from scratch chefs,
novice wine connoisseurs,
hunters, hikers, campers, travelers
Loving and serving people is the heartbeat of our business! We believe that memories and experiences go hand-in-hand so we work hard to provide an extraordinary experience for every one of our clients. Why? Because we are convinced that it is not possible to capture outstanding photos without providing an amazing experience!
Our greatest mission, both in business and in life, is to glorify God. We believe in Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior and try our best everyday to love others the way Christ loves us. Our faith is the foundation for everything we do. It drives how we serve our clients, how we love each other, and how we use our gifts to create an unforgettable experience.
Life, liberty, & the pursuit of happiness
A glass of good whiskey
Treating a lady like a lady
Baking, especially around the holidays
Planning our next great adventure
A glass of good red wine
The beauty of the details
Colin's baking, any time of the year!
We met while working for a medical software company in Denver. Spending time together on various work-related projects, out at team happy hours, and country line dancing at the Grizzly Rose sparked a romantic interest.
After five months of dating, we got engaged and were married just three months later. Immediately, we left the city behind and moved our lives to Northern Colorado!
In January of 2019 we began a brand new adventure when we moved to Southern Wisconsin!
Six Arrow Photography has given us a chance to do something we love together. Combining our business skills and creative eye has given us the opportunity to work together both in business and in life! It has also presented us with the unexpected opportunity to grow and strengthen our marriage in the process.
At the top of Trail Ridge Road | Colorado
Our 2014 backyard wedding | Ft Collins, CO
Devils Thumb Ranch | Tabernash, CO
The inspiration for our name, Six Arrow Photography, comes from the Bible in 2 Kings 13:18-19. The prophet Elisha directs Joash, the King of Israel, to gather his bow and arrows and shoot arrows into the ground. The king follows Elisha’s direction and shoots three of his arrows, leaving a few more in his quiver. But, because the king did not shoot all of his arrows, he was not able to achieve total victory over his enemy. The king should have given it everything he had ...
Our goal is to serve you with everything we have - shooting all six of our arrows - to ensure you receive the very best!
We love to travel and have a bucket list that stretches all the way around the globe.
From Alaska to Argentina, Iceland to Israel and Switzerland to South Africa, we want to see it all!
Whether you are planning your engagement session in Moab, wedding in Jamaica or even a surprise proposal in Paris, we'll gladly meet you there!
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