Next up in the series I’m calling “Photos I took ages ago and have been meaning to blog FOREVER”: Tomi and Nick’s golden hour engagement session from back in August. These photos were taken in the span of about 30 minutes just as the sun was setting at an awesome location that they found with incredible views of the coastline.
The thing I love most about these photos is how they not only capture Tomi and Nick’s connection so well but also the unique setting which, to me, is SOOO quintessentially Californian.
Wow. Somehow Julia and Adam’s wedding was all the way back in June and I FINALLY found some time to blog it. It’s been a busy few months! In any case, their wedding was a definite highlight of the year and I’m excited to finally share some favorite photos. The wedding with all it’s colorful and stylish details was a perfect representation of the couple’s personalities–equal parts playful and sincere and I think these photos do a pretty good job of capturing it all.
I used to follow photographers who would be like, “I have so many shoots I want to blog, I don’t know where to begin!” And, I would think, “I wonder what that’s like?” Well, now I know because it’s totally me right now! Haha! I have really had some beautiful shoots lately and want to share them all! The trick is finding the time to sit down and put them together. So, I’m pushing my other obligations aside for a moment to share one of my absolute favorite family sessions so far this year.
The Armstrong Family reached out to me for photos over the summer. They live in San Antonio, TX and each year they take their kids to a new and different locale for a few weeks each summer. And, while they’re there, they do a family photo shoot! How cool is that? In the past, they’ve gone to Barcelona, the Bahamas and Wyoming. This year they chose Los Angeles and I was lucky enough to be their photographer. They were staying in the Venice Beach area and so we met up just up the road at the Santa Monica Pier, possibly one of the most iconic places in all of LA. I love how much variety we got in their photos and I am still swooning over that divine sunset light! Heart eyes times infinity!