Category Archives: Portrait

Tiny Home in the Santa Cruz Mountains

Okay May- you were a good month- a great month actually. Full of fun weddings in Sonoma, SF, Carmel Valley and the Redwoods and some pretty wonderful sessions like this one we are sharing today. These two are a pair of builders- woodworkers- creatives and they spent some time creating a tiny home in the Santa…

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san francisco portraits | lands end sunset

We feel so lucky to live right down the way from San Francisco- it is such an amazing city and we feel inspired every visit by the architecture, people + energy there. We get to shoot quite a bit in SF and find ourselves in the city almost weekly. When Sharon + Jeff got in…

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Freewaters Footwear | Kim Diggs in Big Sur

So this winter weather has been making us think back to the good ‘ol days of summer and we wanted to share some images we made down in Big Sur when the weather was warm + sunshiny. We met up with  Kim Diggs (ambassador for Freewaters + Patagonia and all around sweetheart and shredder) the Freewaters…

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House of Wind and Sea | Big Sur Wedding

So we have been busy little bees over here and are so, so inspired by all of the amazing couples that we have had the chance to work with this wedding season! Seriously counting all of the blessings right now. We spent this past weekend out in Carmel Valley documenting our second to last wedding…

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floral crown + a pretty gal in Santa Cruz

Hi there and how about a blog post? We have had a lot in the works lately- weddings, family photos + plenty of engagement sessions for our amazing couples getting married in 2015- but we wanted to share some images made earlier this summer for one of our sweet brides. The idea started as a gift for her…

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