I had the pleasure of capturing a few images for two of my closest friends on their journey to parenthood. I can’t wait to meet baby Masih (at the appropriate time of course). See you for the virtual baby shower!
Social distance sunsets with your quarantine partner just feel like sunsets with your partner.
Who else is looking forward to sandy feet and sunset strolls? Lets go for a walk and snap some photos as soon as SIP ends. I’m counting the days (or weeks 😭).
One benefit of an elopement is location choice. You aren’t bound by a venue or access for family. You can let your mind run wild, and choose anything from a mountain top to a meandering river amongst the redwoods (as pictured here). One thing I love is location scouting, so if you have something in mind, reach out. I’ll be more than happy to get lost in the woods and report back with images of your ideal location.
It seemed as if Larisa and Philip were so immersed in their first dance (and eachother) that they were able to shut off everything else around them. The music, the guests, the numerous cell phones pointed in their direction. I took this opportunity to take a step outside the door frame and capture the moment as it must have felt for them.
Happy Earth Day to all my nature loving clients out there (past, present, and future). I hope you find a way to get out and enjoy it!
One of my favorite moments to capture is the post “I do” walk. Name a better feeling, I dare you.
Counting down the days (ok, months) until I’m back here capturing the weddings of some amazing humans. See you soonish Oahu/Maui.
Sunset strolls on your wedding day are highly encouraged. Taking a minute to step away from the high energy of your wedding party to soak in those last few minutes of vitamin D with your partner is the perfect reset before the dance party kicks off.