San Francisco often gets its best sunset skies in October, and the light certainly didn’t disappoint the evening of Elli & Elliot’s engagement photos. We hiked down to the beach together, took a few fun photos along the way, and romped around in the water a bit at the bottom as we caught the Marshall’s Beach sunset. I just love how much fun they had with each other all along the way, and how Elliott rolled up his pants to splash around with Elli in the ocean! [ read more … ]
On a warm, sunny morning, Chris and Amanda were taking a leisurely stroll through Baker Beach with a couple of friends when they happened across a meticulously-arranged picnic setup, complete with flowers and champagne. Of course, this was no coincidence [ read more … ]
Emily & Max’s story began in 2010 with a Birthright trip to Israel, and in 2018, they got engaged while on a trip in Canada. (See their engagement photos here!) Last month, they tied the knot at their Mavericks Event Center wedding in the beautiful coastal town of Half Moon Bay. [ read more … ]
Just last month, we met Shabeg and his now-fiancee Nav for their surprise proposal on the Fairmont Hotel rooftop. Last weekend, we drove out to Pescadero for their engagement shoot so they could have everything ready for their wedding — which is in less than two weeks! That’s some efficient wedding planning!
For the first half of this session, we took a set of playful and fun photos along the coast at Pescadero State Beach (including that mini-canyon thingy that’s just absolutely wild), and afterwards headed south for some Pigeon Point Lighthouse engagement photos, which are some of my favorites from their shoot. [ read more … ]
Kim & Raoul met in one of my favorite cities in the world — Vancouver! Maybe I had even bumped into them unknowingly many years back when I lived there too 😀 For their engagement photos, we hit up the very distinctly San Francisco location of Baker Beach for their beach sunset engagement session. There’s a great amount of variety here, with woods, beach, and a Golden Gate Bridge view all within a few minutes’ walk. It was super empty that day, and it was as if they had the whole beach to themselves!