Film Diaries: Golden Gate + Alcatraz
San Francisco is a great city to kill some time in. Fortunately, our schedule allows this pretty often which we are beyond grateful for. There's nothing better than getting lost on a cloudy day in search of a pastry treat and a ...
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[sunrise] Somewhere in Dallas: a girl + her horse
A girl and her horse. I was thrilled to shoot a horse for the first time (professionally!)- what a thrill. These creatures are so big and so majestic and so unpredictably lovely. We braved the 29 degree Texas morning and headed ...
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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 myster ...
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Hollywood Glam + The Stage: Theater Wedding in Lake Merritt
This bride and groom pair were true children of the theater and as a theater major I felt right at home. First look photos were insanely dramatic on the empty stage with the gorgeous deep red curtains. For the bridal party photos ...
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Film Diaries: Left Bank Styled Shoot
I did this shoot with some amazing and crazy talented businesses in the Los Angeles area. The theme was a Parisian Left Bank shoot with a strong organic, gypsy feel. The grainy, rich color of the film soothes the soul- well, my so ...
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Coco’s First visit to the Eiffel Tower: a Paris Family Session
This family is adorable.   We met under the Eiffel Tower to get some family shots in Paris. Little Coco had fun running around and showing me her ballerina moves. Priceless. I shoot in Paris select times throughout t ...
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The Outpost Studio Session: The NeverEnding Sky
Recording Session at The Outpost Studio in Woodland Hills Band: The NeverEnding Sky Check out tunes here
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Clouds + Rain: Playing on an Unusually Blissful Day in Malibu
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Roses in Red + I Do’s in the Vineyard: a Temecula Wedding
This bride and I connected right away, not just because her dress was made from french silk or because she chose to get married at a vineyard with copious amounts of red wine. She had very specific ideas and visions for her day ...
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My Favorite Bridge in the Whole, Wide World: Pont de Bir Hakeim
I love MANY things about Paris; summer strolls along the seine, macarons in pastels, afternoons waltzing through passage ways, stormy days where rain washes the cobblestone streets and, of course, my favorite bridge post de Bir-Ha ...
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