A classic engagement session at Balboa Park. Melissa & Zach rocked their session until dusk -- keep an eye out for their wedding at Scripps Seaside Forum next year!Read More
I met Tracy & Paul earlier this year and immediately knew this couple would rock. It's an amazing occurrence when people come into your life and give you their complete trust to photograph them in such a way that will not only bring out their personalities, but also make them look their best while effortlessly having fun in front of the camera. We started off near Balboa Park and headed to Sunset Cliffs for sunset -- these two contrasting locations made for a great session. Look out for their wedding later this year.Read More
I photographed Natasha & Steve's engagement session (which can be seen here) a couple of month's ago and instantaneously fell in love with them. Natasha has an awesome style and loves photography, while Steve's from Ohio, and because I love photography & am from the Midwest as well, we naturally got along great. I couldn't have asked for a more gorgeous venue, as anything and everything was photogenic at all times of day. To top it off, the couple gave me full creative freedom to do what I want, so I was practically in heaven. Here's an epic preview of their gorgeous vintage wedding at the Green Gables Estate in San Marcos!Read More
I met Mariangela and Robbie through a mutual friend earlier this year and knew they would be a blast to photograph due to their amazing chemistry. After these two got warmed up to being in front of the camera, they rocked every portrait -- and it sure does show. A little back-story about this awesome couple: Mariangela is from Italy, so she of course has a big, close family. A few minutes spent talking with her and it's easy to realize how sweet and caring she really is. Robbie, although he appears as your typical Californian surfer, is an extremely driven entrepreneur that has created and owned all sorts of companies since his early 20s -- including a wedding photography studio. Their wedding, although sporting around 60 guests, was intimate in its own way due to the closeness of each and every guest, family member, and friend. Be sure to check out this small preview of their gorgeous summer wedding in Del Mar! :)Read More
I met Jessica & Scott late last year when booking their wedding and instantly clicked with them. After shooting their engagement photos at Old Poway Park (that can be found here), I knew their wedding would be a blast to photograph. Their ceremony was held at Presidio Park and their gorgeous reception at the Junipero Serra Museum. Check out their lovely wedding below and let me know what you think! :)Read More
Lutze family portrait session by the professional portrait photographer. All the images are of high quality and keep the memory of their beautiful moments.Read More
I absolutely loved this elegant wedding set in downtown Carlsbad at the Carlsbad Seapointe Resort. Kristin & Chris were naturals in front of the camera, so of course these photos came out stunning! The gorgeous outdoor reception took place at Pelican Point in Carlsbad, which was right across the street from the venue, so it gave us extra time for some awesome beach photos at sunset. Here are a few images from their spectacular wedding!Read More
Here's an old surprise proposal photographed in Solana Beach that I reedited with my current style. Enjoy!Read More
Jessie & Drew chose to have their sealing (A Mormon "marriage of God") at the San Diego LDS Mormon Temple. While I waited for them, I chose to do some architectural photography of the amazing building and grounds, and after formal photos, we headed to Ellen Browning Scripps Park in La Jolla.
Jenn & Ben.. What can I say about this couple!? They were frickin' awesome in front of the camera. And I'm only saying this because they haven't had professional photos taken since high school! They met five years ago at Ben's fire station and hit it off from day one. They both love the beach, but didn't want to have a cliche beach engagement session, so we decided that Elfin Forest was the best of both worlds.