Wedding Photographers in Colorado based in Denver
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Denver Wedding Photographer Gino Siller documents weddings in Denver, Aspen, Vail, Breckenridge, and all across the country. Originally from Palm Beach Florida, Gino now calls Colorado home, and loves everything about it.

Photography is my passion. Sure it has been a great business and a wonderful career, but when you find yourself grabbing your camera when your on your personal time, you know its more than just a job. To me, what makes a great photo, is a great moment. Sometimes its not even the moment that you may be thinking of, sometimes its the reaction after the moment. The things that you can't recreate. My photos may not be as pretty as others, maybe not even as technically perfect, or as dreamlike, but my photos are me, and the way I see the world.

Maia and Teddie | Baltimore, MD

Maia and Teddie had an amazing backyard wedding at Teddy’s parents house in Baltimore. Teddie was not a huge fan of the camera, but eventually, once the dance floor opened up, he was a natural. Maia was an absolute breeze to work with, and I don’t think it is physically possible to take a bad photo of her. All day long she looked amazing. Thanks to both Maia and Teddie as well as their families for an amazing day!

Liz and Kendall | Cape Cod, MA

The first thing I learned from this group is that the CIA as I knew it from living in Washington DC, is not the same as what people in New York refer to it as. That is the Culinary Institute of America, which is where these two met while training for their careers. Liz and Kendall are some of the sweetest and at the same time the most goofy couple I have ever met. Liz and Kendall made the trip from New York City to Cape Cod with their closest friends and family to celebrate their special day at the prestigious Wequassett Inn. The cape was simply an amazing place and I am so thankful for the amazing opportunity to document it. I have shot quite a few weddings, but have not blogged any in quite a while. Enjoy…..

Beaver Creek and Vail Colorado Wedding | Hannah and Ted

Hannah and Ted had a more than beautiful Fall wedding in the Colorado Mountains recently. I spent most of the day with them, and they truly know how to have a great time. One of the highlights was the “Turtle Bus“. Once the bridal party loaded up, the party was on. Thanks to Hannah, Ted, and all their friends and family for such a great time.

Chad, Lea, Lexi, Gabe, and Mason in Castle Pines, CO

Again, one of the few families that make family photos fun. It has been a couple years since I got to spend some time with this crew, and it was amazing how grown up all the kids have become. I have to admit, I give a lot of credit to Lexi, as growing up with her two very turbocharged brothers is going to make her a very tough girl. Thanks to the whole gang for being so much fun!

Sam, Meagan, Clayton and Audrey in Washington Park

Those of  you that have followed my work though out the years are sure to recognize this group. I can’t even begin to tell you how special this family is to me, and I love any chance I get to photograph and document their life. I think we had perfect timing with the changing of the leaves, we were able to beat the snow as well. Two great parents, and some awesome kids are the recipe for some some great fall photos……

Intimate Aspen Wedding | Heather and Brian

Heather and Brian are truly inspirational people. From the moment I first met them, they stood out as a very sincere and caring couple, and conduct themselves in such a mature and professional manner. Don’t get me wrong, they can be absolute goof balls as I learned at their engagement session, but overall, just an amazing couple. Heather and Brian decided to skip all the hoopla that comes along with a big wedding, and keep it very intimate with only their closest friends and family. They had their ceremony at Aspen Chapel, and the reception followed at a private home, with their very own private chef. A big thanks to Heather, Brian and their families or being so awesome and easy to work with.

Lone Hawk Farms Engagement | Julie and Scott

So Julie grew up on a farm, and Scott grew up in the city, so of course Julie gets final say, and we headed to the farm. I too grew up in the city, so I couldn’t help but laugh when I had to ask Scott to climb on top of a 20ft high stack of hay, and he gave me the “WTF” look. Overall, these two were awesome. I have shot a few weddings over the years at Lone Hawk Farm, and it felt great to be back for some engagement photos. Also be sure to check out All Tulled Up, who has featured these two on their blog.

Boulder Engagement Photos | Heather and Brian

Sometimes people ask me how they can take better photos, and/or what camera or lens they should buy. Honestly, if taking photos of people, it doesn’t matter what camera you use, as long as you have a couple like Heather and Brian on the other side of the lens. These two were simply amazing to work with, and really looking forward to their wedding NEXT weekend in Aspen.

Flagstaff House Wedding in Boulder, CO | Sara and Dan

Della Terra Wedding, Estes Park CO | Lindsey and Alan

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