Rena’s only request for her photoshoot – it had to be fun! So superheros and belly paint it is.
The real Incredibles family.
Tess and Andy tied the knot on a charming ranch nestled in the hills of Carmel Valley last October. They found a venue so breathtakingly beautiful that it hardly needed any embellishments. The event itself was fun and laid-back, full of joy, love, and laughter. The reception dinner was a meatball feast (one of Andy’s favorite foods) and in lieu of a cake, they had an ice-cream sandwich station!
When the bride and the wedding planner are one and the same, you know the wedding will be perfect down to the last detail. Enjoy!
Congratulations Tess & Andy!!
Wedding Planner: Tess Crompton at email@example.com
Flowers: Fleurs du Soleil
Venue: Holman Ranch
Tess and Andy are featured on WeddingWire! Stay tuned for more photos from their wedding.
She’s from San Francisco and he’s from New York, so they decided to use the Golden Gate Bridge and the Brooklyn Bridge as the theme of their wedding. For their engagement shoot, we knew we wanted to incorporate the Golden Gate Bridge as much as possible, but as we were about to head out, we could tell from their window that the bridge was complete covered in fog (while the rest of San Francisco was sunny and clear). Nevertheless, we wanted to try our luck, and fortune has it, Fort Point is situated directly under the southern end of this beautiful structure.
Then we headed over the bridge to the Marin Headlands – the view was unbelievable.
Can’t wait to see you two at your wedding!
I recently moved up to the Bay Area and was able to catch up with a friend from college, who is now married with two little girls. Check out how adorable they are!
It’s been a long while since my last post, but now my move is over and I’m settling into the Bay Area so expect to see new photos on the blog. Come visit me often!
The waves were crashing against the shore. The shops and restaurants on the pier were opening and getting ready for the day. A group of marathoners and some joggers were getting in other people’s way. A few tourists were wandering around with their fanny packs. The sun was shining and the seagulls were doing their seagull-y thing. A winter morning in LA, not too shabby.
This was probably the most editorial shoot I’ve done to date, hope you enjoyed it!
I love the instant gratification that comes with digital photography, but I also miss the film days when all the photos would get developed so there’s something physical to hold. It seems that with the ease of sharing photos online, we often forget to bring them into the real world. And that is unfortunate because there’s really something to be said about photos in printed form. Whether they’re simply printed on photo paper and framed, or turned into beautiful leather-bound albums, or enlarged onto canvases, they will almost always look better than the pixels on your phone or laptop screen.
Love was in the air, as were big fluffy snowflakes. Mother nature created a winter wonderland especially for Katherine and Matt’s beautiful and intimate wedding.
The day started bright and early with Matt and his groomsmen getting an old-timey barbershop shave. This has been on Matt’s to do list for awhile, and was decided a few years ago that his wedding day was when he would treat himself to it.
The girls were getting ready at the church, and it was a dance party!
So gorgeous! Katherine, I can photograph you all day!
Congratulations Katherine and Matt!
Ceremony Venue: Harvard Memorial Church
Reception Venue: Harvest
Wedding Planner: Tracy from Tangorra Wedding Planning
Videographer: Marcella from Heirloom Pictures
Florist: Lyndsey Loring Design
Hair Design: Lindsay Griffin Boston Hair Salon
A love story that conquered long distance and demanding careers is certainly reason for celebration, and what better place to do that than in the great metropolis of London during the last few glowing days of fall?
And on a typical rainy British Saturday morning, they officially tied the knot.
Philip picked the hairstyle for Yaqin, a messy bun. Impressed that he knew what that was? Me too.
Congratulations Philip and Yaqin!