Monthly Archives: June 2014

The Mountain Terrace Wedding Photography – Christine & Aaron

Every now and again things don’t go to plan during a wedding.  Hair takes a little longer than expected.  Someone forgets a pair of socks.  Traffic.  And things run a little late, or perhaps even a little early.  And that’s okay.  If there’s one thing we’ve found, it’s that you’ll still get married, your guests will […]

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Film Developed – Richard Photo Lab

When I pick up any of my film camears, whether it be as a fun little extra camera for professional work, or whether it be entirely personal, it’s different for me.  Maybe that’s just the nostalgia in me loving the moment of snapping a photo and having it actually permanently frozen in time.  Like… permanently. […]

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Hakone Gardens Wedding Photography – Joshua & Shaylin

When I sat down with Shaylin and Joshua to talk about their wedding, they mentioned to me they lived in a red barn.  And it’s not that I didn’t believe them.  I just didn’t know how true this really was.  And it was better than they described.  They also mentioned to me how much they […]

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Santa Cruz Beach Engagement – Molly and Ryan

I love people who frolic in fields, hold each other so tight that they might pass out, and people who look into each others’ eyes and see the future – not just tomorrow, but forever.  And I love people who think outside the box, and take the road less traveled. So when Molly and Ryan […]

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Bay Area Graduation Photography – Victoria

A few years ago I met Kim and her daughter V (she’s older now, more grown up, and goes by Victoria these days).  V.  Oops.  I mean, Victoria, was a flower girl in a beautiful wedding we photographed.  And since then, I’ve photographed Victoria and Kim on multiple occasions.  And there is something truly amazing […]

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