Nobody would accuse Tricia and Waison of being homebodies. They’re from California and Alberta, Canada, respectively, though it just so happens that their paths first crossed all the way over in China. And while technically it was work that took them there, they see now that God was conspiring to bring their hearts together. Their relationship bloomed during the course of a masterclass in long-distance dating and engagement. But when it came time to marry, they made arrangements for a hometown wedding—in Tricia’s hometown of Elk Grove, that is.(more…)
When the time came to celebrate their engagement with photos, Joanna and Godwin knew they wanted a little “surf and turf” as their backdrop. So They chose the best of both worlds—an engagement session that stretched from Muir Woods National Monument to nearby Muir Beach. Great call!(more…)
While it’s my job to capture meaningful moments with my camera, it’s also my personal passion.
Now that 2018 is winding down, I’ve collected ten of my favorite images (listed in no particular order) from the year to share with you. Here, you’ll find some of my client work, as well as landscape, portrait, and travel images lifted from my own story. And speaking of story, I’m a sucker for context, so I’ll give you the crucial or totally trivial details behind each image.(more…)
Now it’s one thing to spend time with a couple at their engagement session, when they’re flying high with hope for the future. It’s another to follow them through their wedding day, seeing just who they are when nerves, schedules, and family converge. If Katelyn and Robert’s Fitz Place wedding day was any indication, these two are ready for anything.(more…)