red dress in the city.

Travel & Personal
February 4, 2017

from time to time i enjoy being in front of the camera.

this time i had a red dress + found myself in downtown.

these were taken with my shooting partner in crime.

we shoot together

teri b // destination wedding photographer in california + europe

Related Posts
Monument Valley + Ominous Skies: Utah
Utah is amazing. This was my first visit ever in the state. We picked Monument Valley since it seems off the beaten path and there were several movies filmed there- which I always geek out over. The clouds were dark with mystery, mesmerizing. The roads were pretty empt y and we had a lot of free reign around the area. The field of horses still gives me chills, having them stand in the open against the clouds and formations of red rocks was majestic. We did some climbing to find the perfect spot of the mountains without going into the park. I will have something to come back for and how wonderful! I take a lot of photos of my dog, Indian ...
Read the Post
Be Still My Heart: Super Bloom in Death Valley, California
I can't believe this happened. I can't believe this was really real. I can't believe I got to see it. Super Bloom. An unusual bit of rainfall in January resulted in thousands of wildflowers growing along the typically dry, desert landscape that is Death Valley National Park. We stopped the second weekend of the phenomena on a semi-total whim. I was searching something fun to do on our ride back down to LA after shooting in the Bay. After typing in a few hashtags on Instagram pertaining to California (#explorecalifornia and #nationalparks) I came across one photo with a hiker standing amongst all these gorgeous yellow wildflowers -- I ...
Read the Post
Film Diaries: San Francisco City Streets + Treats
San Francisco is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. I am spoiled we are able to work and have meetings often. Top Spots that come to mind: Baker Beach: I just learned recently that this used to be a nude beach- not anymore! (Not that it would be a super terrible thing) I find it very peaceful on this side of the city. Even on busy weekends its a different pace. I love the breeze of the bay and keeping my eyes on the Golden Gate Bridge. The view doesn't get much better. Palace of Fine Arts: It's fun to go once. I actually don't understand it all that much and am often disappointed in its misleading name (you can look bu ...
Read the Post