in my bag.
Fresh from the vine ready to make wine.
Tendrils shot for the Washington Wine Commission in Chelan, Wa.
Pretty sunflowers grow wild at Wallula vineyards.
Food photography at Hedges Estates.
Wine swirling in a glass.
Hands on harvest.
Creative wine bottle necks.
An Idaho vineyard.
Scenic vineyard shot in Leavenworth, Wa for the Washington Wine Commission.
Unique wine glass photo from above.
Sometimes the interesting stuff that make up an environment make for cool background photos.
Hedges has the coolest kitchen.
Sarah swirls wine in a glass at Hedges.
Cheers to Idaho wine!
I tried my best to capture wine not only from every angle; but in creative ways, too.
Creative bottle shot for Longship Cellars.
Wineries can be romantic places to hang out.
Wine in a can? Yep. Shot for the Idaho Wine Commission...and it was GOOD!
Harvest in Idaho.
Studio wine bottle photography for Palencia's e-commerce site.
Love the color of this new wine.
Wine swirling in a glass for Palencia.
Winemakers making wine at Gordon Estates.
Beautiful scenic vineyard.
Beautiful fall colors at Hedges.
I learned on this shot that Cider actually falls under the wine commission as it is made from fruit.
Creative wine photos for Palencia.
Grapes on the vine.
Picked fresh from the vine. Shot for the Idaho Wine Commission.
Scenic winery views in Wenatchee, Wa.
Red wine being poured into a glass.
Clouds and vines.
Sunshine creeps up over the horizon in this vineyard shot for the Idaho Wine Commission.
The view at Gooseridge in Richland, Wa.
Sarah making wine at Hedges.
Studio wine bottle photo of a light-colored wine for Palencia.
Winery owner portrait for Palencia.
Kids get in on the action of stomping grapes at Hedges Estates.
Wine bottles all balanced in a row. Creative marketing angles.
Grapes left behind.
Huston marquee and a glass of red wine.
Scenic Idaho wine country.
Scenic shots on Red Mountain.
Testing wine out of a barrel.
Juice droplets coming off the punching down process.
Sunrise in the vineyard. Shoot rarely happen between 8-5.
Sunflare in a vineyard.
Beautiful color in a wine bottle.
Wine glass in front of a fire.
Winemaker portrait for Bartholomew winery.
Close up of a grape leaf.
Wine Harvest for a winey in Prosser, Washington while working for the Washington Wine Commission.
Close up of grapes on a vine.
I literally got a chance to play with wine on this shoot. It was so fun to be able to get creative and let the juices flow...literally! Shot for the Idaho Wine Commission.
A rainy harvest at Hedges.
Sarah doing her thing at Hedges.
Stain on a wine barrel.
Corks in Idaho wine country shot for the Idaho Wine Commission.
Cock-A-Doodle do you have more wine?
Fall on Red Mountain.
Just exhausting every single angle to get creative wine shots.
Bottle shots for the Idaho Wine Commission shot in Lewiston, Idaho.
Just capturing every part of the process on "film".
Scenic views of Hedges winery.
New growth on a vine.
Gorgeous sunset sky over Zephyr Ridge vineyard.
If I haven't mentioned it already, I love to shoot all things wine. It's so interesting, pretty, creative.
New vines protected by colorful sleeves.
Turkeys in a vineyard at Hedges!
Creative bottle shots at Hedges.
Rockstar Sarah making her famous wine at Hedges.
Freshly harvested grapes fall into a bin.
Bottling process captured for Bookwalter Winery.
Tasting room photography in Sandpoint, Idaho.
Bartholomew wine shot for the Port of Kennewick.
Beautiful copper-colored wine.
The winemakers do all the heavy lifting. Here a winemaker tests his product before bottling.
Red grapes on the vine.
Beautiful Mount Hood overlooks this Washington winery.
Capturing every aspect of the wine industry for the Idaho Wine Commission.
A winemaker tests her wine.
So rich! And shiny! Shot for the Idaho Wine Commission.
Wallula vineyards is my favorite as it is planted on levels overlooking the Columbia River.
A Walla Walla winemaker portrait.
Harvest crew in Idaho.
The Idaho Wine Commission wanted a library of images for marketing featuring the real people that make the wine of Idaho.
Freshly harvested grapes.
Purple wine juice.
Wine doesn't get any fresher than this!
Wine on tap from above.
Northern Idaho wine country.
Wine droplets are hard to capture as you can never find a focus point and it's continually moving.
Bookwalter winemaker portrait featuring Caleb.
Wine trailing down a glass. Shot for the Idaho Wine Commission.
Zephyr Ridge grapes.
I thought the silhouette of the woman behind the glasses made for an interesting composition.
Shooting every step of the wine making process for the Idaho Wine Commission.
Chef portraits at Bookwalter winery.
I was so excited to find out the owner of this winery was a classmate of mine at Whitman College!
People enjoying wine at Hedges.
A winemaker smells inside the bunghole in Sandpoint, Idaho.
Simple but it tells the story. Shot for the Idaho Wine Commission.
Creative cork shot for Palencia.
Chickens in a vineyard!
White wine pouring into a glass.
Bookwalter marketing photography
Wide shot of a vineyard on Red Mountain.
Friends gather at wineries to share good times!
Fall in the vineyard.
Scenic Idaho vineyard photo.
Stunning and vibrant fall vineyard colors.
Winebottles shot for the Idaho Wine Commission.
Winemaker Sarah stomping grapes at Hedges winery on Red Mountain.
Organic and Biodynamic farming is practiced at Hedges.
Wine bottles in a row for Palencia.
A woman enjoys Walla Walla wine shot for the Washington Wine Commission.
Gooseridge tasting room shot for the Washington Wine Commission.
Harvest in Idaho wine country.
Sunset on Wahluke slope.
The shadow in this photo is what makes it cool.
White wine in a row.
Fall at Gordon Estates with the Snake River in the background..
This winery had their own flock of chickens that just roam all over the vineyard...fertilizing and eating bugs!
Wine glass silhouette.
Environmental chef portrait for Bookwalter Winery.
Rose at Hedges.
A woman working hard at harvesting grapes.
White wine at a tasting.
It is extremely difficult to capture good photos of wine swirling in a glass as it's moving and very hard to focus. Shot for the Idaho Wine Commission.
Many industries require these babies. You never know how your clients will use what you see.
Gordon Estates founder portrait.
I've known this lovely lady for many years; well before she was the director of the Idaho Wine Commission. Part of this job was to capture environmental staff portraits.
The rose garden at Hedges winery.
Fresh wine juice.
Winemaker portraits for Gordon Estates.
This is hands-down my favorite wine image. I rememer being so excited as I was lying on the ground when I captured it. No filter. Shot for the Idaho Wine Commission.
Winery dog at Hedges.
Wahluke slope vineyard.
Did you know that that hole in the wine barrel is called a "bung hole"? Yeah. Me Neither. The things you learn on a shoot. So that wine you and I love so much actually does come out of the bunghole...food for thought.
Red wine being poured at Bartholomew Winery.
Creative wine shot for Bookwalter Winery.
Red Mountain shot for Red Mountain AVA.
Malbec vineyard photo.
Chemistry and the wine-making process.
Emptying the tanks!
Fall vines at Gordon Estates.
White wine is my favorite. Made from these pretty grapes!
Grapes in the vineyard shot for Zephyr Ridge.
A handful of white grapes.
This cider is so pretty lit from below. It looks like a planet!
Grapes on the ground.
Pruning shears left on a wire.
Beautiful color around the barrel hole.
I loved all the colors at this winery in Idaho. Shot for the Idaho Wine Commission.
Marketing group shot for Bookwalter Winery.
Wine on tap!
People enjoying Washington wine.
Gorgeous sunflares in these grape vines.
Wine bottle bottoms.
Idaho capitol building in a wine glass.
Wine from below shot at Hood Crest Winery for INB Bank.
Walla Walla vineyard views!
I feel like this photo should be a painting.
Caleb making wine at Bookwalters.
Vineyards in the Columbia River Gorge.
Black and white grapes!
Red wine bottle bottoms!
Spring in the vineyard!
Winemaker portraits in Lewiston, Idaho.
Exteriors of Swiftwater Winery in Roslyn, Wa.
The leaf colors are so pretty...but I've heard it's actually a fungus and winery owners don't like it...
Scoria wine in their vineyad shot for the Idaho Wine Commission.
all in the family.