To memorialize Blanca’s pregnancy experience and her soon-to-be baby boy in just a few weeks, we took a hike in the hills of Palo Alto for some maternity photos. And how stunning does she look at 36 weeks? She couldn’t have chosen a more flattering red dress, and her hair & makeup were perfection [ read more … ]
Maternity photos at the Arastradero Preserve is like a combination made for each other: the golden sunset light, the gently rolling hills, and the soft fields of grass create a perfect setting to show off the beauty of motherhood. I’ve been lucky enough to have known Tiffany since high school and to have followed her life journey through so many important events [ read more … ]
Sean had been thinking about his plan for proposing to Natalie for a looooong time. After having considered quite a few different ideas, he ended up deciding on spending a very special day together, and ending it with an afternoon hike and sunset marriage proposal at the Stanford Dish Loop. [ read more … ]
We were beyond happy when we heard from Teryn and David a few months after their wedding, telling us that they were expecting an addition to the family! Fast forward to a few months later, we met them at one of our favorite spots, the Arastradero Preserve, for their maternity photos in Palo Alto. Oh my gosh did Teryn look stunning as usual, with that cute baby bump to remind us little Maxwell will be here in a couple of months! [ read more … ]
Though we live only 15 minutes from the base of Montara Mountain, last weekend was our very first time hiking all the way up. At 1800 feet, the peak of the mountain offers a stunning view of not only Montara and the beautiful mountains and rolling hills that surround the area, but you can also see San Francisco, Half Moon Bay, Pacifica, and the Pacific coastline.
On a sunny Saturday afternoon, Jeff & Leslie headed up Montara Mountain, taking a different route from the familiar trails they had gone up many times in the past. Just before reaching the summit, Jeff spotted us waiting in a clearing with a sweeping, unobstructed view, and he led Leslie over. [ read more … ]