Greg and Kim met at the gym and fell madly in love! They blended their families and had a beautiful baby girl. Their wedding was a total family affair. She wore her grandmothers pearls, his son was his best man, her daughter was the flower girl, her sister was her maid of honor, his mom was their coordinator and her father was the officiant. They toasted champagne with the same toasting cup his parents used on their wedding day and cut their cake with the same cake cutter. Even the musician they hired used his grandfathers saxophone from the 1930's. They had so many kids at their wedding that they even had a whole kids table with coloring sheets, crayons, rubber ducks floating in water and cute gift boxes full of goodies. His nephew even treated everyone to a beautiful rendition of "Take Me Out to the Ball Game." Their reception as filled with Moscow mules and lots of dancing!
Their wedding was held at The Farms Gold Course in Rancho Santa Fe, Ca.
Trisha and Kevin just got engaged 2 weeks ago! Her ring is as gorgeous as she is and they are so madly in love. We had a blast taking their engagement photos on the sand in front of their house in Manhattan beach. Of course an engagement session wouldn't have been complete without their sweet bulldog.
This sweet couple just got stationed here in California from Wisconsin. They will be getting married back home and their sweet son will be their Best Man.
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This has got to be one of the most fun sessions I have ever had! The Stone family was visiting from Washington over summer for some Disney fun before school was in session again. Lindsey (mom), works with photographers up in Washington by designing styled shoots hence, why they look like they all walked out of a magazine!
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I love to shoot film for my day to day pictures of my kids. I think it adds a touch of nostalgia and almost makes the pictures even more special. I still don't feel confident enough with it to offer it professionally but, it sure is fun to use for personal work. And, with each roll I see some improvement.
These were taken on Kodak Portra 160 film on a vintage Pentax 35mm camera.
Mother of 2 wildlings, Ex Disney Princess and Fine art wedding and lifestyle photographer