Lauren & Gary Engagement


This is long overdue. It was challenging to narrow these pictures down. If you are photographing two gorgeous and talented creatures, your problem should only be, when can I stop taking pictures and can I post them all? I mean how could you not? This couple needs no direction at all. Their love and passion just show. I hope I was able to capture that. I'm so honored they picked me to photograph their love. And I'm happy to finally share them. 

Lauren and Gary actually met at a piano bar. It's only fitting to have their photos taken at one. Fun fact about them: They're incredibly talented performers. Not only they're gifted with good looks (their babies are gonna be stunning!), they also have killer voices. It was such a to hear them both sang to each other in this shoot. You just couldn't help but feel the passion of their love they have for each other. It was truly special.

You can listen to Gary's new EP album here. 


You'd think it ends here but not so fast. We headed to Palace of Fine Arts, where Gary proposed to Lauren. We had to recreate the scene at the same spot where he got down on his knee.  


Location: Reed & Greenough & Palace of Fine Arts

Lesley & Mark Maternity

A lil over three weeks ago, I had the opportunity to photograph my cousin in-law and her husband at Potrero Hill. This place holds dear to them since they took their wedding photos here at the exact same street, spot and walking pose. Difference? the baby bump.

I love that they picked this place. I love that they plan to do the same photo when they baby is born or when he gets older. I freakin' love that. 

Mike + Nanami: San Francisco City Hall Wedding

If you've been following along, you should know that I don't do much weddings. There are tons of reasons why I don't do it. Major reason is I don't have a second photographer. Finding the right one is challenging especially one whom you can trust. Maybe if I know someone I can get into this business. If it's an intimate wedding like this, I'll definitely jump into it. I love doing it. It is an honor to capture one. 

Two weeks ago, I was invited to be a part of Mike and Nanami's wedding at SF City Hall. If you haven't been to this place, oh my gosh you should definitely visit. It is utterly gorgeous inside. I looove old architectural design, and inside is just rich and full of it. From the marble floors, staircases, ceilings, wide windows, ahh just amazing. I highly recommend that you visit this place. 

The wedding was small, just immediate family, and very intimate. I love seeing families come together and celebrate this memorable occasion. So to be a part of this once in a lifetime event is truly an honor. To the newlyweds, congratulations again and welcome to married-hood!


Talk soon!