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Welcome to my Blog!

I'm a simple person who loves photographing people and spending time with my husband and two little girls, Ellie (4) and Emmeline (1). My girls are my world and every day I wonder how I became so blessed to be their Mama.

When I'm not behind the camera I love to knit and sew cute things for my girls and bake cookies. My husband likes to say I'm a granny at heart, but I like to say I'm a woman of many talents. ;)

I also enjoy snowboarding, traveling and immersing myself in books. One day I will conquer Cornice and get down without snowplowing my way. I dream of traveling to Greece, Italy and Paris one day, but I have yet to convince the husband that traveling abroad with two little ones would be aweome. I'd also love to go camping and show my girls the joys of a perfectly toasted marshmallow and walking barefoot through an icy cold creek bed. And although I said it would never happen, I now read most of my books on my iPhone or iPad instead of a book. Have kids and you'll soon realize the gift of a built in light and always having your book with you.

I'm based in Orange County, California and ocassionally travel for shoots.

Heritage Museum Wedding : Andrea and Ken

Andrea and Ken share a love that is so incredibly special. It’s evident in the way they laugh together and in the way he snuggles Andrea as if there’s no other place he’d rather be. I had the honor of photographing these two lovely souls and I have to say it was probably one of my favorite weddings ever. They spent over a year thrifting the perfect details and putting together an amazing day for all. But mostly, I loved photographing their love, the laughter, and their loved ones on their wedding day.

The pink lace wrap on Andrea’s bouquet was cut from her Mother’s wedding dress. A pink wedding dress! How lovely is that? I loved the socks that Andrea gifted to her husband to be with a card enclosed that read, “In Case You Get Cold Feet.” The bridesmaids all wore black dresses of their choosing with custom made statement hair fascinators.

There were chickens (real) and pink flamingos (not real) on site as well as paper airplanes, lawn croquette, giant jenga, funny glasses for family portraits, and food trucks. You really get a sense of Andrea and Ken’s fun loving personalities in their wedding and how important it was for their wedding to reflect that. I loved everything about this wedding! Even the part when Ken dropped the ring when placing it on Andrea’s finger. They laughed it off and took it in stride and I know it’ll make a great story for them to tell their future kids.

Thank you Wish Wonder Dream for coordinating such an amazing event and to Connie M Chung and Luis Arturo for shooting and assisting me that day.

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