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This is one of those really hard weddings to describe. Yes, it was sweet and heartfelt and fun. Yes, it was in a darling location. Yes they DIY’d the heck out of the wedding (both of them- The groom is an amazing artist!) But this couple? They are so adorable and sweet, it’s almost annoying…

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Erin and Dennis had a gorgeous wedding in a stunning Greek Orthodox church on the Peninsula. I grew up right near here and had never been inside, so imagine my AWE when I walked in to see the magnificent golden interior. The venue, however could not outshine the couple and their permanent smiles. Erin DIY’d just…

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I’ve fallen a bit (ok, a LOT) behind in my blogging. Apparently there are zero 2014 wedding up! Yikes, that’s terrible. Thankfully, I’m catching up and getting ready for the last few weddings of the year.  Whenever I edit I always look back at some of my favorite details of the day. I’m a little…

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Nicole and Brett found the time in their very busy schedules (they are both in their residency) to travel with close family and friends to the beautiful wine country for their wedding. After a unexpected rainstorm early in the morning, the clouds cleared in time to sprinkle dappled golden light on the happy couple as…

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  • Ali Phillips - These pictures are amazing! Loved working on this wedding with you! Thank you! Ali PhillipsReplyCancel

I am so, so excited to finally unveil the project I’ve been working on. The Modern Tintype. Tintypes are a photographic process dating to the mid 1800’s and were one of the first quick and relatively easy photographic portrait processes. I’ve taken this process and adapted it to the contemporary portrait using a combination of…

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