Category Archives: Events

Welcome! Jonathan Phillips Photography is a Denver-based, boutique wedding, portrait and event photojournalistic experience also specializing in food, architecture, commercial, editorial and travel content. This is where I showcase my newest event photography from around the United States and the world.

Environmental Learning for Kids Fishing Clinic at Chatfield State Park

The National Park Service helps fund the Environmental Learning for Kids program, which for the state of Colorado, holds over 190 activities each year. Not only does the program bring the outdoors to children but it also teaches high school and college students how to become Urban Rangers. With a trip down to Chatfield State…

2019 1940s WWII Era Ball at the Boulder Municipal Airport

June is one of my favorite times of year.  There’s plenty of things to do around Denver and Boulder, the sun is usually shining and the last vestiges of Spring are behind us. It is also the time when the 1940s Ball holds their annual event at the city’s municipal airport and it is one…

2019 Taste of Pearl Street in Boulder

The Pearl Street Mall was transformed into a foodie paradise on April 28 for the city’s annual Taste of Pearl Street. Local restaurants, wineries and distilleries set up shop in stores up and down the seven blocks between 10th and 17th as the sold out event brought people a taste of what Boulder has to…

2019 Boulder Tulip Fairy & Elf Festival

Spring has sprung in Colorado and although there is still snow in the forecast the sun is shining and flowers are starting to bloom. Each year, City of Boulder celebrates the changing of the seasons with the annual Tulip Fairy & Elf Festival. Children and those young at heart donned their favorite wings and dresses,…

2019 Frozen Dead Guy Days in Nederland, Colorado

Nederland is a small mountain town along the Peak to Peak Highway in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. With the proverbial one stop light, one might blink and miss it. But each year in March, thousands of people descend upon the sleepy town to celebrate the life, or more accurately, the death, of Bredo Morstoel….

38th Annual Colorado Indian Market & Southwest Art Show

Although Colorado isn’t technically the Southwest, it holds a lot of similarities to those states. There are cowboys, open land, desert climates, cattle, horses, wild terrain, native americans and a whole host of other parallels that bring to mind olden days of cowboys riding in to rough towns, driving cattle across the desert, buffalo grazing…

2018 German Christkindl Holiday Market in Denver

From right before Thanksgiving until right before Christmas eve, the corner of 16th St. and Arapahoe is transformed into a wonderful German holiday market to shop, drink, dance, eat and get into the festive season. The Christkindl Holiday Market has been around for 18 years celebrating all things Christmas with a German twist. Craving some…

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