BUCKET LIST

      Colorado Intimate Weddings and Adventure Elopement photographer for non traditional couples. Cinematic & emotive wedding storytelling for barefoot brides, who prefer hiking boots over heels adventurous at heart. My mission is to create an intimate experience of your wedding dreams. Please take a look through my portfolio and if you feel a connection to my work I would love to hear from you even if your dream location is not on the list. Wherever your adventure takes you just each out and I can see what I can do to make your dream adventure come true!

      Bucket List | Adventure Elopement Photographer | Colorado Elopement Photographer | Rocky Mountain Elopements +Intimate Weddings | Destination Adventure Elopements

      I breathe mountain crisp air of the Colorado Rockies, live to feel the mist of a waterfall after a adventurous hike, and capture YOUR details, your souls surrounded by the endless beauty it has to offer. Three of my favorite things: Adventurous couples, snow, and sun. My name is Justyna Butler and I am an adventurer, an artist, road-trip lover, and an elopement photographer passionate about capturing the breathtaking world around us to tell YOUR story.
      Authentic, raw, and soulful; that’s where it’s at for me. The images with endless depth, allowing you to get to feel the emotive moments within and between my clients. If you you are here, that means  you’ve started to form a connection with my work, and that’s really what it’s all about. I consider my cameras & lenses to be like extension of my heart. I feel what’s happening right in front of me and I document just that! I love to connect with my couples…and if you just add unexplored places….I AM GAME!
      There is no limit to where I’ll travel to document just that! YOU and YOUR STORY! LET’S SET UP AN ADVENTURE!
      If you happen to adventure in any of these Bucket location I have been dying to shoot at! Contact chat discounts!
      1. Hike The National Parks of Poland
      2. BialowiezaHome to an 800 year old forest, what is today’s Bialowieza National Park from early 1500’s. Trails here range from the short 2.4 mile Tsar’s Trail, where you might find wild orchids blossoming among the hornbeams, to the most challenging seven-mile Wolf’s Trail that wanders past the remains of ancient glacial deposits.
      3. Tatra Mountains -Here in southern Poland the mountains rise to more than 8000 feet to culminate in sweeping ridges and airy vistas that soar well above the treeline. Most adventure folks come this way to hike Morkie Oko Lake near Zakopane but you should fill your daypack with snacks and explore any of the dozen trails that wend past tidy mountain chalets, Poland’s highest waterfall or even to an alpine hotel made out of stone. Scramble the way to the top of 6, 512 foot Kasprowy Wierch, for views of the valley of Five Lakes and 7, 545 foot Swinica Peak.
      4. Monhegan Island, Maine
      5. Iceland
      6. Paris, France