Lillie had quite the memorable first visit to San Francisco: not only did they have lots on the itinerary (including a trip to wine country!), but on a sunny afternoon, Matt brought her to one of the most beautiful locations in all of SF, the Sutro Baths reflecting pool. [ read more … ]
Annie and Kevin got married a few years ago, but they never got around to taking photos in San Francisco… so we set out to fix that last week! These two were a bunch of fun and full of giggles, like they had just gotten married yesterday. I loved capturing all of their little kisses and smiles, and the beautiful skies certainly didn’t hurt. Here are a few of my favorites from their shoot at a couple of my favorite spots in SF 🙂
Eugene and Gemma got engaged and married in 2020 at the beginning of the pandemic, and as a result, they didn’t get to take a set of photos back then 🙁 And now that they’re husband and wife and we’re all free to roam around the city again, they decided that it’s time! We took this opportunity to get them back into a set of wedding attire and a couple of more casual outfits, and we created a set of SF wedding portraits at some of the most classic and iconic locations around the city. A big belated congratulations to E&G on getting married and surviving the pandemic together!
The hills of Marin are some of the most scenic places in the Bay Area, or really possibly anywhere. The area is certainly my personal favorite for a good view of San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge, and not only that, but certain spots can be very private and secluded. For these reasons, Wiley decided on a Marin Headlands surprise proposal, and specifically, at the top of Slacker Hill. When he hiked up with his girlfriend Leighy, they were the only people around for miles [ read more … ]
We absolutely adore the story and thought behind Oliver and Kiersten’s surprise proposal. She had mentioned to him in the past that she wanted it to happen somewhere private, away from people. After considering several locations, Oliver decided on the Lands End Lookout largely for this reason, but also because it’s just a great spot in general, with a scenic view of the California coastline and the Golden Gate Bridge off in the distance. [ read more … ]