I could write a novel about Cameron & Tori but I’ll try not to bore you too long so we can get to the pictures! I have my husband Alex to thank for bringing this amazing couple into my life! Alex used to work with Cameron in San Diego and over the years we’ve had the pleasure of getting to know him.
About 2 years ago we went out for dinner to meet Cameron’s new girlfriend Tori and after 5 minutes with them, Alex and I knew Cameron had found his person! It felt like she had always been with him, they just fit so perfectly together. I was especially excited because Tori and I instantly hit it off so I got a new friend out of the deal 🙂
In January Cameron and Tori said goodbye to the ocean and hello to the mountains and moved to Colorado Springs to start a new adventure together. Not long after, Cameron popped the question on top of a mountain, incredibly fitting for this outdoorsy couple!
They wanted their engagement photos taken in the place they now call home and I was more than excited to make the trek to Colorado to make that happen for them!
Cameron and Tori love the outdoors and hiking so for their engagement session they wanted photos of themselves in their element, photos that were truly THEM. With their hiking gear on and packs on their back we hiked to St. Mary’s Glacier for part one of their engagement session.
These two have this saying, “Hiking Boots to High Heels” because one day they will be hiking a mountain in their boots and the next dressed up for an evening out. We wanted to capture both sides so we broke their session into two parts and I’m SOOOOO excited to share the hiking boots portion today (high heels coming next!)
St Mary’s Glacier absolutely took my breath away (I’m referring to the view but physically too, going from sea level to 10,000 feet doesn’t bode well for me!) It really felt like another world up here. It was quiet, calm and peaceful. We honestly had THEE BEST time exploring and taking pictures until some thunder clouds rolled in forcing us to leave. It was probably for the best or we probably would have never left!