Conor and Kristin made the drive down from Sonoma to meet up with us for an early morning engagement shoot, even though it was right during the middle of raging wildfire season. (You can even see the haze in some of the photos.) We started off at a completely empty beach, as if it was reserved just for them, and then headed over to Lovers’ Lane in time to catch the morning sun peeking through the trees like we were in a magical forest. [ read more … ]
When Frank and I first chatted about his proposal plans, he mentioned wanting to do it somewhere quiet, preferably somewhere wooded since he knew his girlfriend of seven years, Rona, would appreciate it. After thinking through some options, he decided Andy Goldworthy’s Wood Line would be perfect for his surprise proposal.
When the time came, the two of them walked past us, and Frank paused to start asking the big question. Now, I like to stay far away during proposals, so I only heard a little bit of what they said — but next thing I knew, Rona had turned and ran 15 feet away from Frank and asked while pointing into his pocket, “WHAT IS THAT??” [ read more … ]
As relative newcomers to the Bay Area, Mel & Neil wanted to include a variety of picturesque spots in their San Francisco save-the-date photos. We visited some of my favorite places around the city, including Lovers’ Lane, the Palace of Fine Arts, and Sutro Baths. [ read more … ]
Always a favorite for San Francisco natives and visitors alike, Lovers’s Lane in the Presidio is an easy, relaxing walk and a great place for a date. S brought R here one morning before the crowds started arriving, and they had the space nearly entirely to themselves. [ read more … ]
Julia & Chuck were the most laid-back, relaxed couple. They took no time at all to warm up in front of our cameras (despite the super cold weather!), and knew just how to make each other smile and laugh. I kind of see where their dog’s super chillaxed nature came from! Bayla just walked around and did her own thing, photobombing her parents whenever she thought necessary, and occasionally looking at me for a frame or two. [ read more … ]