Monthly Archives: February 2011

Toni & Kim – Crown Beach Portrait Session – Alameda

Toni and Kim met me in Alameda at Crown Memorial State Beach on the most beautiful day ever! It also happened to be Super Bowl Sunday – so there were pleasantly few people around. As most of the country watched footballs being tossed across a field, players being tackled and famously expensive car and technology […]

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Family Portrait Session – Crown Memorial State Beach – Alameda

I met Michelle at a holiday party at Symmetry Chiropractic, where we were both vendors. She owns Silk Road, a fair trade store offering artwork, home decor, crafts and gifts from around the world,  in downtown Alameda. More than 7 months pregnant, her and her family met me at Crown Memorial State Beach for a family […]

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Zobeida – Portrait Session Palace of Fine Arts – San Francisco Marina

Zobeida was nervous for about a minute and then she slipped right into having fun when I met her in San Francisco for her portrait session. Modeling is hard work, but I love seeing when people seem to make the best of it and trust that I will work hard to make them look amazing. […]

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Kelly & Brad – Rainforest Wedding – Jan. 14 – Villa Caletas/Zephyr Palace & Los Suenos Resort – Jaco, Costa Rica

Not even a rainstorm moments before their wedding was set to begin could dampen Kelly and Brad’s special day. Kelly took off her heels, grabbed a giant umbrella and off we went to document the storm and their love. Words could never do justice to Villa Caletas and Zephyr Palace, perched on a rainforest hilltop […]

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Laura & Scott – Country Wedding – Stirling City, California

I helped Toni Bailey, of Bailey Wedding Photography, out with Laura and Scott’s ceremony in Stirling City, a tiny place high up in the mountains near the town where they grew up and were high school sweethearts. Following the wedding, after guests grabbed their homemade jams, the couple drove away in a Malibu with cans […]

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