Vicki and Wai-en met online like seemingly everyone does these days, and their story together quickly blossomed from there. (I think the last… 5? 6? couples we’ve talked to were all first brought together by the magic of the Internet — which would have been quite unbelievable even five years ago!) The two moved in together right as the pandemic was beginning, and they found such joy in being quarantine buddies that they officially got engaged in September. Fast forward two months, and here we are for their engagement photos at the Palace of Fine Arts and Baker Beach 🙂 [ read more … ]
Eight months into the pandemic with still no slowdown of the virus in sight, Katie and Brian still managed to have their wedding on their original wedding day — though as you might imagine, much of it had to be re-planned! Instead of a large indoor wedding, they ended up having a very small backyard ceremony. And for us, it was quite enjoyable both to photograph as well as just to witness. There’s really nothing quite so intimate and contemporary like Katie and Brian’s tiny, socially-distanced, live-streamed, backyard wedding! [ read more … ]
Lajos and Gunjan are quite the avid travelers. In fact, they first met while they were on separate international trips. They just happened to cross paths and have been inseparable since! Now they’re exploring California together, starting with our beautiful city of San Francisco. To memorialize the trip, we met up with them one morning near the Golden Gate Bridge for some travel couple portraits. I really enjoyed their outfits — stylish and perfectly matched, just like the two of them. Take a look at the photos below!
On a sunny Sunday afternoon, Jason had schemed for Michelle’s friends to take her out to lunch for a few hours, while he went over to her parents’ backyard to set up an origami paper flower proposal. To prepare for this big moment, he had painstakingly folded dozens of flowers [ read more … ]
Taylor had a whole day of celebration planned for his girlfriend Elana, and it began with a visit to Artesa for a supposed wine tasting. We love Artesa’s very modern design and feel, and its sweeping view of the Napa Valley area is quite unlike any other winery we’ve been to. We had hidden a video camera behind one of the walkway lights [ read more … ]