Sep 15, 2014

0001 International Destination Wedding Photographer PhotojournalisticThis is Harbour Island; a small island with a big personality.  Being only three miles long, the preferred mode of transportation is by golf cart.  No cars needed.  The people are some of the warmest you’ll ever meet. In fact, you can’t pass by anyone on this island without waving hello.  When you arrive on the island, the welcome sign reads “Harbour Island: Home of Friendly People.”  The sand is pink. The fish are plentiful.  This place is a hidden paradise tucked away in the Bahamas.  Rick and I consider ourselves extremely fortunate to have been asked to photograph a wedding here for an amazing couple.  Wedding photos coming soon. For now, just relax and enjoy some images from around the island.0002 International Destination Wedding Photographer PhotojournalisticFisherman0003 International Destination Wedding Photographer PhotojournalisticFishing Nets0004 International Destination Wedding Photographer PhotojournalisticThe Bay0005 International Destination Wedding Photographer PhotojournalisticBoys playing in the water near a pile of conk shells0006 International Destination Wedding Photographer PhotojournalisticThis is the delicious animal that once lived in the conk shell.0007 International Destination Wedding Photographer PhotojournalisticI’m not sure how they got these license plates, since there aren’t really cars on the island.0008 International Destination Wedding Photographer PhotojournalisticLocal Dog0009 International Destination Wedding Photographer PhotojournalisticSome sweet local kids0010 International Destination Wedding Photographer PhotojournalisticThe rooster catcher 0011 International Destination Wedding Photographer PhotojournalisticOne of the many amazing sunsets0012 International Destination Wedding Photographer PhotojournalisticThe Landing0013 International Destination Wedding Photographer PhotojournalisticRoots0014 International Destination Wedding Photographer PhotojournalisticDoors of the Rock House0015 International Destination Wedding Photographer PhotojournalisticDock0018 International Destination Wedding Photographer PhotojournalisticSecurity guard at Viccum Night Club.0019 International Destination Wedding Photographer PhotojournalisticOwner of Viccum proudly sharing the famous ‘biggest coconut on the Island’.0020 International Destination Wedding Photographer PhotojournalisticLocal guy at the club.0021 International Destination Wedding Photographer PhotojournalisticThis was pretty much how each day ended…

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May 22, 2014

0001 Wedding Photographer San Diego PhotojournalisticBefore our busiest month of the year (May) started, we decided to get away for a few days… Big Sur is our usual go-to place for a 3-4 day getaway, but we decided to go somewhere we hadn’t been before.  Sequoia was the obvious choice, as we’ve heard great things, and it’s only 5 hours drive. So, off we headed to Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks.  Here are some of our fun adventures with Dylan!0002 Wedding Photographer San Diego PhotojournalisticOur great little traveler. 0003 Wedding Photographer San Diego PhotojournalisticYou can often find Rick climbing trees and doing squats and push ups in random locations.  It can be slightly embarrassing to have Rick do this in very random locations, but Rick doesn’t care.  And now Dylan is joining in, which I thought was actually pretty cute.0004 Wedding Photographer San Diego PhotojournalisticHaving fun in the famous Tunnel Log. 0005 Wedding Photographer San Diego PhotojournalisticI love all of the carvings in the tree trunk. 0006 Wedding Photographer San Diego PhotojournalisticHappy Camper.0007 Wedding Photographer San Diego PhotojournalisticHere Rick goes again…0008 Wedding Photographer San Diego PhotojournalisticDylan and me checking out General Sherman, the world’s largest tree!0010 Wedding Photographer San Diego PhotojournalisticThis backdrop almost looks fake! These tress look like they are out of a fairy tale…0011 Wedding Photographer San Diego PhotojournalisticGetting the fire going…0012 Wedding Photographer San Diego PhotojournalisticHaving some fun in the woods.0013 Wedding Photographer San Diego PhotojournalisticWhile we were at the visitor’s center, we came across Bess the Book Bus.  This is such a cool non-profit!  It is basically a mobile children’s library that travels the country and gives out books to children, especially children in communities that don’t have a lot of access to books.  What a great project!  We were honored to get to meet the founder and her coworker who are spreading the joy of reading across the country.  They even gave two books to Dylan, which was so sweet.0014 Wedding Photographer San Diego Photojournalistic0015 Wedding Photographer San Diego PhotojournalisticOur adventure up the 400 steps to the top of Moro Rock. 0016 Wedding Photographer San Diego PhotojournalisticThe view was incredible!  0018 Wedding Photographer San Diego PhotojournalisticDylan helping Rick to gather some firewood…0019 Wedding Photographer San Diego PhotojournalisticRick and Dylan going for a swim in Hume Lake

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Jan 16, 2014

2013 was a whirlwind year for us, filled with many shoots, lots of travel, and countless opportunities to work with so many incredible people.  No year has ever flown by as fast as 2013.  We were so busy shooting, editing and traveling that we had to put the blog on the back burner in order to keep up with the pace of our business.  As we welcome this beautiful New Year, we are looking forward to all of the wonderful opportunities this year will bring. But, at the same time, we don’t want to forget all of the amazing moments that we were so lucky to get to capture in 2013. Many of the following posts will be a little retrospective of 2013.  Thanks to all of our wonderful clients who invited us into your lives to document all of these incredible moments…

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Apr 30, 2012

My cousin in Portland recently had a sweet, sweet baby girl, Savannah.  I flew up there for a few days to hold this little baby and take some photos…and here she is!  It’s so cool to be able to experience my life through the camera because I am able to get close and observe the details, to pull back and view things from a different perspective and to share how I see things.  What I saw on this trip was not just a newborn baby but a new-born Mom. It was so cool to witness my cousin’s transformation into motherhood. And a beautiful Mama she is! I’m so happy I was able to spend this time there and document the beginnings of a family…

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  1. Rachel

    May 1st, 2012 at 12:14 am

    Beautiful baby, beautiful family, beautiful photos.

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Jan 24, 2012

There is something just so beautiful about ritual. Tradition, gesture, language, symbolism, contemplation and reflection, song, and the whole community aspect.  I am just fascinated by ritual, and we both feel so honored to be invited into these sacred spaces to document them.  Rick and I had never been to a Bat Mitzvah, and being able to document it with fresh eyes was really nice because we were able to experience it and document, simultaneously. The rituals in the Bat Mitzvah ceremony were all very old and beautiful, and we were so impressed with Lucie’s poise and grace as she read or sang in Hebrew.  It was really cool to see the pride in Lucie’s parents’ faces during it all, too!  I really wish we had been able to experience some sort of spiritual/cultural ritual to celebrate our own transitions out of childhood.  It’s such a paramount transition in your life.  It really should be marked with a ritual.  Nonetheless, we were honored to be able to be thereto document this ceremony, and the party in Fort Collins was so fun! Again, what I would have given to have had a party like that as a teenager!  Being at the party brought back so much nostalgia for those middle school years… so much fun and excitement! Congratulations to Lucie!

Ceremony  |  Ohr Shalom Synagogue, San Diego

Party  |  Fort Collins Country Club

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