Sometimes you just run into folks who are a bit adventurous. Kimberly and Braden still haven’t decided on a venue for their wedding, but at last discussion it looks like it will be in Belize. Always, thinking of trying something different these two were determined to offer up something new to shoot. Well, as one gentleman who was casually observing the shoot said afterwards, “It looks like they are practicing taking the plunge.” And yes, the water was still quite cold.Comments Off
It’s hard to believe that this little guy is now 4 months old! He’s a bundle of sweetness and was such a trooper as we made our way through the studio (and some super secret locations!) to get some great shots of him. As you see, we even got mom and dad in on the action…well, maybe just a little! But check out that last shot, as he’s telling me very clearly that it’s time to wrap up this modeling gig and save up his energy for the 8 month shoot!
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Ashley & Erik wanted a spring engagement session to go along with their November wedding at Belmont CC. At first we were looking at something in the mountains as all the flowers came out, but a late winter just gave us dirty snow. So we headed over to Ashley’s grandparents out toward the foothills and had a great time in a rustic country environment. These two were clearly meant for each other. Can’t wait until November!1 Comment »
Another awesome maternity session with a beautiful mommy-to-be! While I love all of these unique sessions, this one was extra special since Ashlee happens to be married to my cousin, Marcel. Having both grown up on the ice (Ashlee as a figure skater and Marcel as a hockey player), they wanted to add a sentimental touch with the hockey gloves for their little guy. I’m excited for the both of them as I know the exciting journey that is ahead! Congratulations to the both of you.
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Kaylee and Nate are one of our June couples. They had a specific, kind of rustic feeling, venue in mind for their engagement shoot they believed would be perfect. So, we all hopped in the car and headed out for a fun afternoon at a great location with great light. This place was a perfect fit for their personalities. Thanks guys for a great day!
So we have a guy with Lebanese heritage and a strong Australian accent, mostly because he resides in Sydney; and our bride with local family connections that presently lives in the bay area. It all came together last Saturday at St Therese and Copper River. A celebration of cultures that included traditions from Lebanon and Mexico. I will tell you it was quite a party. Congrats to Joe and Rosio!
Erna’s Elderberry House was the venue for Karen and Brad’s unique and intimate wedding celebration. Erna’s was closed to the public that day so Karen, Brad and their guests had the entire venue to themselves. Amy and I not only got to share time with some very lovely people, but we were also rewarded with a very special dining experience only known to occur at Erna’s.
This series was taken for a Valentine’s gift so we had to wait to post until Feb 14 came and went. And then another month just flew by. The images were taken in our new expanded studio which includes a more intimate shooting environment. Thank you Raimey for allowing us to post images from your shoot.
While at WPPI convention last week in Las Vegas we had the opportunity to do a little night shooting with Alicia at Shoot with Beckstead. An accomplished photographer herself, Alicia decided to try the other side of the lens. We think she has a gift for that side of the lens as well.