San Fransisco

My first trip to San Fransisco was a winner simply because of this evening with Kirsti and Joshua.

As we drove to the coast the car was full of tension and tiredness. We made it through the traffic, the noise, the hustle, and found our way to a staircase that lead us to the shore. We stepped onto the sand and one step at a time the tension and the tiredness left us while we were greeted with the warm joy of the sun and the calming voice of the sea.

Wave after wave we smiled more, laughed, and stood in awe of the sunset that changed picture minute by minute around us.

Nature’s display of glory fed our spirits and left us with a good taste in our mouth.

Candid in Northeast.

Sometimes I get lucky enough to shoot couples like Andy and Sarah, who let me capture entirely candid photos of them for their engagement shoot.

That's how I grew passionate about photography in the first place. It's the unposed, unfiltered, and raw moments for me. I love looking through my viewfinder and watching the [constantly changing] scene in front me, deciding when I want to stop it in time. Add in beautiful people and all the feels of love, and I'm super into it.

 

 

She said, "yes!"

Matt contacted me a few months ago asking if I photograph proposals. Yes! Right away I was impressed with his intention, efforts, and all the planning that went around this epic day for him and Carly. Good job, Matt! We scoped out a spot near Gold Medal Park and the Stone Arch Bridge. Unfortunately there aren't really any spots right there to be a super ninja photographer, but it all worked out. After dinner they made their way across the Stone Arch Bridge where I eagerly waited and tried to be as inconspicuous as possible with a giant zoom lens. The best part was that Carly didn't even notice me until afterward. It's always an honor to be a witness to these intimate moments between two people. Feeling super grateful to capture such meaningful moments. Thanks for letting me witness your love!