J&R’s proposal was so well thought out, meticulously planned, and perfectly executed. It was also a special experience for us — it was the first time Annie and I have split up to be several miles apart for a proposal shoot, and it was the first time I’ve actually appeared in (read: photobombed) a set of proposal photos. This San Francisco cable car surprise proposal is definitely one we won’t be forgetting any time soon! [ read more … ]
On a sunny San Francisco morning just like any other, Morgan & Emmeline took a walk through the Presidio Wood Line with four of their friends. The soft rays of sunlight spilled between the branches for a perfect forest ambience. Morgan had been planning for this upcoming moment, and everyone but Emmeline was in on the big secret… [ read more … ]
Patrick had been planning his proposal to Heeyoung since late last year. He wanted Valentine’s Day to be the day for the two of them to officially get engaged, and chose Battery Spencer as the perfect spot for their Golden Gate Bridge surprise engagement. [ read more … ]
Bob got in touch with me late last year for his upcoming proposal. He had a vision of a nighttime surprise proposal in the backyard of the house he and Kristin had recently bought, and he even sent over inspiration photos and a detailed document showing and describing how the setup would look. I was super excited to capture this moment for the two of them, and his plan finally came to fruition last weekend.
With the help of a wonderful lighting & decor crew, Bob had set up his backyard to look absolutely stunning. We thought his original vision was great, but the real thing was 10x better! [ read more … ]
Coit Tower had been Jose and Meghan’s special spot for years. They lived just a few blocks from the base of the tower, and so they’d often go there together. Last Saturday, they took another short walk there for a mini-picnic, except Jose was intending for this one to be extra special. [ read more … ]