Annie and I flew to the east coast last month for Maylene & Alejandro’s Fairmont Pittsburgh hotel wedding. That weekend marked many “firsts” for us (we had never been to Pennsylvania!), but the biggest one is that it was our first time photographing a close friend’s wedding. We normally get to know all of our couples pretty well by the time we show up on their wedding day, but it’s really a different experience to look through the lens and focus on every expression, every smile, and every tear for someone we’ve known for half our lives… and I’m so glad we did it!
Maylene & Alejandro’s wedding was everything. [ read more … ]
Lauren and Zach are having their wedding celebration this upcoming Labor Day weekend back home in Wisconsin! David and I had so much fun taking their engagement photos around San Francisco last summer, and it was an honor for me to document their wedding ceremony last week at City Hall. [ read more … ]
From start to finish, Hayley & Joey’s wedding was full of fun and laughter. Before their ceremony, we coordinated a first look at the nearby Presidio Chapel, in front of its grand doors. There were a lot of cute moments at the first look, including the amusing line “hold me like you love me, not like you’re strangling me!” which still comes to my mind whenever I see the first photo below, followed by some portraits of the bride & groom and the wedding party. [ read more … ]
Shooting a grand wedding at San Francisco City Hall is every photographer’s dream! Thanks to Christian and Sonia, we can now cross it off of our bucket list 🙂
It was an overcast day, but the rain didn’t stop the love!! Before their wedding ceremony, I got a few funny candid photos in the rain with a flipped umbrella when stepping out of the WorldMark SF, and then at the end of the night we got a few romantic photos outside City Hall, in the rain, right before their send-off in a Yellow Cab. [ read more … ]
I can’t wait to share with you Van and Matt’s stunning wedding photos! Their wedding was like a dream come true with a breathtaking chapel ceremony and a reception that was full of surprises. It started with a DIY boozequet that Van made herself — a beautiful, handcrafted silk bridal bouquet with a metal straw for drinking the beer cleverly hidden in the base… genius! She also designed her own dress, incorporating Vietnamese culture into their American-style wedding. [ read more … ]