In this family’s case, bigger definitely means better. As in, each time I photograph the family there’s another child along for the ride. That makes each chance to serve them a wonderful surprise, bursting with life and joy. And it means I’ve got plenty of little ones rarin’ to play like they did in this …
Sporting a llama sweatshirt and some nifty kicks, this little man was ready to rock his family portraits at Jensen Botanical Gardens. Being the generous guy that he is, he even invited his mom and dad along. He hoped they’d be able to behave themselves.
I had photographed her brother’s senior portraits a few years prior, and now it was Emily’s time to shine. And when it came time for her session, she chose the McKinley Park Rose Garden. She didn’t choose the blustery wind, but hey, she worked it all the same.
Remember the story of the city mouse and the country mouse? Well, this here marriage pairs a country mouse and a country mouse. There’s no city mouse in this relationship. So when it was time to plan the wedding, nobody had a doubt this would be a straight country wedding.
Decisions, decisions. What do you do when your grad school graduation ceremony falls on the same day as your wedding? For Ashley, the choice was easy: trade the cap and gown for the dress and veil and head to Mulvaney’s Building and Loan for an unforgettable wedding celebration.
The years of continued drought in California felt almost biblical. Then again, so did the rains that followed. “Atmospheric Rivers”, they call them. And these rivers in the sky dumped so much water that nearby Lake Clementine was filled to overflowing. A mini-Niagara falls, they claimed. This was my cue to snap up my camera and see these …
He loves cars in need of love. She loves cats, especially hers. And they also happen to love each other. With that truth in mind (as well as so many other shared loves), it was time for Chelsi and Jake to tie this knot with a little help from the folks at Vizcaya!