Lovers Lane & Marshall’s Beach San Francisco Engagement Puppy love, magnificent twirls, gorgeous sunset glow, and the golden gate bridge. What more could you ask for in order to make a perfect engagement session at Lovers Lane and Marshall’s Beach, San Francisco? Sheryl, Aaron, and their sweet pup Scout were amazing to photograph, and their […]
Sharmaine and Constantine’s The Garden at Heather Farm Walnut Creek engagement session was filled with the most beautiful summer roses! The pair came dressed to kill and looked so stunning in the gardens. We explored the grounds and captured some truly gorgeous images of their engagement. About The Couple Sharmaine and Constantine are both from […]
I had so much fun with Donna and Matthew at their Lake Herman Benicia engagement session. This sweet pair was planning to tie the knot this year, but joined the many other couples who were forced to postpone. They decided to turn lemons into lemonade and use this time as a perfect chance to take […]
Brittany & Hagop’s Del Valle Regional Park, Livermore engagement session was something straight out of a movie. The golden, tree lined hills and giant oak tree was the perfect backdrop for capturing some gorgeous shots. The views were as stunning as the couple! Brittany & Hagop had actually originally planned to get married on this […]
Monica & Chris’s Lovers Lane, San Francisco engagement session threw both me and the couple by surprise. We all departed our homes in the East Bay, were temps where in the 80s, and arrived in the city, only to be greeted by a windy, foggy, chilly 50 degrees! It was like we had left the […]
Briana & Cuit’s Indian Rock Park, Berkeley engagement rocked some major Joshua Tree vibes. The towering, stacked boulders, complete with the city skyline in the distance was the perfect backdrop for their session. The couple came dressed to kill and what resulted was some truly stunning photographs! About The Couple Briana and Cuit met as […]
Dorothy and Andrew’s gorgeous Palace of Fine Arts engagement session was a celebration of much more than becoming engaged. It was a testament to their strength as a couple and their dedication to one another. After not only surviving but thriving in a long-distance relationship for years, this session was a symbol of their forever growing love for one another.
We got so lucky at Jacqueline and Cros’s Sutro Baths San Francisco engagement. Usually this location is bitter cold and so windy from being exposed on the coast. However we had such still wind that allowed us to get some truly one-of-a-kind shots over the water. I wish I could have weather like this every time I visited this beautiful location!
We just about missed it! The gorgeous almond blossom season, that is. A few of my photographer friends and I tried to squeeze in one last blossom session, and were so shocked when we pulled up to see the once stark white and pink orchards were now filled with vibrant green leaves. Our warm winter meant a super short flowering season here in Northern California, which we were hoping would last for at least another week! Thankfully we located a row of trees that still had a few of those pretty white and pink blooms and decided to make the most of it.
Mischelle & Ryan picked two of my favorite San Francisco locations for their beautiful engagement session- Lovers Lane and Palace of Fine Arts. Not only are these locations gorgeous and iconic, but they also held special meaning to this couple. During their relationship, they had visited both of these locations several times together and made sweet memories exploring. Not only that, but Ryan’s parents actually had their wedding photos taken at the Palace! This rich history combined with some beautiful sun made for a gorgeous session to remember!