This wedding was a blast! There was bocce ball, a beautiful outdoor ceremony and gardens, emotional toasts, a ridiculous sunset, and some major dancing, what more could you ask for?
I know everyone says they have the best clients, but every weekend I’m thankful to have such an awesome job. Thanks for having me guys!
A few weeks ago I drove up to Ogunquit Maine for Karen and Steve’s engagement session, and as I started to approach Ogunquit I thought the city must have been doing some controlled burning, because the bright sunny day I was driving away from, was suddenly quite the opposite. Insert romantic conditions!
I adore photographing in the fog, could anything be more ethereal? However Karen and Steve live in Texas, where it’s currently 93 degrees, so Karen may have froze, but it was worth it, if you ask me.
Two weeks ago I headed out to San Francisco for Carley and Will’s wedding at the fabulous Headlands Center for the Arts, an artist residency. Having never been to San Francisco before I was blown away by how beautiful the landscape is, Sausalito in particular. And come wedding day, the iconic San Francisco fog began to roll in, perfection.
The wedding day was filled with super fun people (this was the first time I’ve ever seen a bride do the worm in her wedding dress, amaziness.) A beautiful location, a hilarious band (complete with matching white nylon suits.) And a long awaited ceremony, 11 years in the making. Thanks so much for having me, I had an absolute blast!
Ceremony + Reception: Headlands Center for the Arts
Coordination: be hitched
Catering: Katie Powers Catering
Flowers: Natalie Bowen Designs
Band: Pop Rocks
Dress: Carolina Herrera
Desserts: Food Final Frontier
This is my grandparents wedding photo from March 1929, one of my most valued possessions. Wedding photography has come a long way from the time of studio portraits and hand color prints, but it’s value has never changed. A single image can speak volumes.