Welcome to Tuberose Photography!  I am Shannon and I have had the joy of photographing weddings over the past 7 years; I realized my love for photographing couples and weddings when I returned to the Big Island of Hawaii where I was born and raised, and now I feel very lucky to be so close to the beautiful mountains of Colorado, where I reside with my love.  I myself am excited at the thought of getting married some where in the mountains of Colorado...if you need help with finding the best location for your wedding I would love to provide recommendations.  I love capturing love, and the special moments that make you realize even more just how much you really love each other when you get to see the photos from that day... :)

I would love to work with you to create a package within your desired budget.  Also I am happy to offer the same pricing to you that your friends or family received.  You may view my most popular packages on my pricing tab, however any of those packages can be customized to fit your needs.  I would also be happy to provide recommendations for other vendors, and if it's just you and your love and maybe a few others, I am happy to bring a bouquet and other flowers if wanted for you, champagne, whatever you might need help with to make your wedding day the easiest and best it can be.  I am happy to help you in any way I can with your wedding, along with my photographic eye!

Please inquire if you have a need for a photographer for corporate events, or really anything, as I would be happy to discuss with you and help! 

 

Shannon Shively
720-829-3546
tuberosephotography@gmail.com

 

P.S.  In case you were wondering where Tuberose Photography comes from, I mentioned I was born and raised in Hawaii, and Tuberose is the name of a flower that is grown there (and some of other tropical climates of the world I believe too...), and the smell of the Tuberose flower is one of my favorite (the flower is a simple looking white flower).  Photography is also one of my favorite (things), so then Tuberose Photography was born. :)