As an outdoorsy couple, Hong and Ben wanted to be sure to capture nature in their engagement photos, and the Russian Ridge Open Space ended up being a perfect place for that. We aimed to capture them surrounded by beautiful landscapes and a big blue sky, and that’s exactly what we got! [ read more … ]
We’ve seen a lot of sunsets, but very few compare to the epic, sweeping views seen from up at the Mt. Tam. M did a ton of research before deciding on the Mount Tamalpais East Peak for his surprise proposal to V, spending many hours driving around the Bay Area to pick the perfect spot. Since he knew she loves mountains, hills, and nature, he knew this was going to be the place. It’s pretty well hidden away, but this rock on the side of the mountain offers a sweeping 270-degree panoramic view of San Francisco and the Bay Area, and it’s nothing short of spectacular. [ read more … ]
I’ve been waiting for this day for almost twenty years! From once being chemistry buddies and proofreading each others’ AP US History essays (yes, I just looked through our old emails — truly from another era, they actually feature Netscape ads in the footers), we’ve come a long way since those days. Tricia is the same girl she always was, but a couple years ago, she was lucky enough to have met the wonderful man that is Ming. [ read more … ]
This lovely couple planned their engagement together, in order to craft a memory that would be perfect for both of them. Both Bay Area natives, they wanted this special moment to be at a very meaningful place: at Lake Del Valle, the site of one of their very first dates six years prior. We worked with them to plan out the perfect timing and itinerary to document their actual engagement as well as to capture some fun photos afterwards under the golden sunset light at Del Valle Regional Park. [ read more … ]
On top of a mountain, above the clouds — what could be a more romantic place to get engaged?
Ron wanted his proposal to be a family event; after all, getting engaged is a significant moment in the joining of two families into one. His plan was for the parents to meet for the first time in the morning, then to take a trip together to the top of Mount Tamalpais where he would pop the question. One problem was: where in the huge expanse of Mt Tam would be a good spot? To that end, I drove up a couple of weeks prior to the proposal to scout out the area and compiled a list of locations for him. Ron and I both thought one spot in particular, with its wide, expansive view of Marin and even San Francisco, was perfect… and thus the plan for this epic Mt Tam surprise proposal was set into motion. [ read more … ]