A photography journal of weddings, engagement sessions and families that I have photographed .

Wedding Day Details
I believe that in order to always be perfecting your craft you must constantly be learning and growing as a photographer. Workshops are a great way to change up my focus and inherit new perspectives in my art. They encourage me to practice slowing down and give me the chance to roam in my creative space while refreshing my mind with the technical side of photography. I chose to take Rebecca Yale's workshop because in my opinion she is the queen of flat lays and details. Her understanding of leading lines and color theory is impeccable. She has an attention to detail that drives all her imagery. 
A Fairytale Wedding at the Ritz Carlton Half Moon Bay
A wedding at the The Ritz in Half Moon Bay is one of the most lavish. glam hotels perched on a cliff overlooking the ocean. The castle by the sea is nothing short of inspiring and elegant. Combined with its breath taking views and the salty ocean, being there almost feels like you are in a Monet painting. It’s no wonder why this will always be our favorite Bay Area venue to shoot at.
The Palace Hotel Wedding In San Francisco
I arrived at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco, CA in November to shoot the wedding of Eri Tagaya and Jason Riback. If you’ve never been, the Palace Hotel is a video or photo shooters dream! The place absolutely shines with style. From the chandeliers to the sconces and the classical molding, the Palace is designed like a something out of a fairytale.
5 Reasons Why You NEED A Wedding Video!
So you’re engaged. Congratulations! Like many couples, the first steps you start taking when planning your wedding is find your photographer. At some point during the planning process you may ask yourselves, “Do we want a wedding video?” Of course, a lot of couples already know they want a video, but I’ve met with and talked…
sailboat couple looking out over golden gate bridge
A Romantic Sailboat Elopement
A romantic sailboat elopement on the San Francisco Bay