Happy New Year!! Welcome, 2016, and thank you 2015! I've been reflecting on weddings passed, and would like to tip my cap to my two favorites from last year or so. I see wedding photography as a sacred task. The couples I work with are putting some of their most cherished and significant memories in my hands, trusting me to capture those ineffable moments for them. I am honored to be that person.
Jessie & Joey
Jessie and Joey's engagement shoot at the old C&H Sugar factory proved to be a delightfully sweet introduction to the couple, and a perfect intimation of the enchanting celebration yet to come. Engagement sessions are awesome because they give me an opportunity to get to know the couple while they get a chance to become more comfortable in front of the camera before their big day. I must say that these fun-loving, warm hearted lovebirds were naturals though. Even a quick glance at the photographs of their elegant, rustic wedding at the stunningly verdant Nestldown venue clearly illustrates this. Beautiful both inside and out, it's no surprise that this couple's infectiously joyful nuptials stand out—definitely a favorite of mine.
To see more photos of Jessie and Joey's beautiful wedding and learn more about their love story, click the blog link below!
Nadine & Tim - Sneak Peek
My favorite wedding of 2015 was Nadine and Tim's enchantingly romantic and sophisticated celebration at Kennolyn Hilltop Hacienda, a charming Spanish style venue perched on top of the beauteous Santa Cruz Mountains. Married in front of a spectacular flower wall created by the bride's uber-talented florist mother, the wedding was truly chic—a breathtaking combination of lush greenery, stylish decor and a gorgeous bride radiating vintage glamour in her shimmering gown. Here's a sneak peek! Stay tuned for their forthcoming featured blog post.
Stay tuned for Nadine and Tim's forthcoming featured blog post! In the meantime, check out their captivating engagement shoot.
This Bay Area engagement session was a little dangerous—and tons of fun. It started on a Presidio/Marina street and progressed to the old Sutro Baths site and the beach nearby. It was such a blast!