Reno, NV is the perfect destination for your company retreat, destination executive meeting, or corporate conference. With a wealth of large and small venues to choose from, Reno also has the bonus of offering a wealth of nightlife thanks to the casino-filled downtown, funky cultural experiences in the homegrown area of Midtown, and is perfectly located at the nation's most epic outdoor playground: Lake Tahoe. Here's an example of what the Atlantis Casino and Resort can offer your corporate event or meeting in the heart of downtown Reno.
When Brenda first contacted me about being her Virginia City wedding photographer she gushed over my love for guacamole, enticed me with BBQ and promised me a man dressed as a miner with a donkey. We never found the miner, or the donkey, but they did have a pistol packing preacher in a top hat (he had to check his gun at the Opera House gun check), fry bread, delicious promised BBQ, and both Brenda and Dillon have really wonderful and calm spirits. When some things didn’t go as planned (sometimes red lipstick gets on wedding dresses), there was nary a beat in anyone’s steps because these two are so incredibly cool (so hot they’re cool! so cool they’re hot!). For future incidents: laughter helps and so do Tide pens!
Ready to get a little wild and wacky? The Reno Tahoe area offers a wide variety of fun for the entire family with year round events that are incredibly entertaining, family oriented, and, in the case of the Virginia City Camel Races, a little bit weird. From Genoa's Candy Dance, to Carson Valley Days, to the Reno Balloon Races, Reno has something for everyone in your family. When wildfire season hit Lake Tahoe with surprise this fall, we ventured down to the clean air in Virginia City to check out the Virginia City Camel Races for the first time. I brought my camera because I was feeling a little bit creative that day and as a Virginia City Event Photographer, I'm always looking for fun and inspiring Reno Tahoe events to photograph.
DIY weddings can be difficult to pull off, but this crafty bride turned a bland building into a lush oasis at her Turtle Rock Park wedding.