Since Miller has two very fun, loving, and sometimes goofy parents, it is clear he has a great start in life. In fact, at just ten months old, Miller is the happiest baby you could ever meet.
Times do change. I was still shooting with film, when I photographed Kristin and Matt’s wedding several years ago. Now, I primarily use my digital cameras.
Kristin called me to photograph their beautiful daughter Lucy, who recently turned one. This little bundle of cuteness sure does love to run! Look how a little game of chase has her bubbling with joy.
With all that big and magnificent one year old energy, I think everyone in the family has a real appreciation for nap time!
One of the lovely perks of being a wedding photographer is I’m often called back to photograph the new generations… aka the babies. While in San Francisco last week, I was lucky to have three such jobs!
I photographed Brook and David’s amazing wedding in Idaho. They now have two beautiful children, Grace and Xavier. Here is a peek:
Wow! I had such a great time photographing Monica and London’s wedding, at the gorgeous Westin Hotel, in San Francisco. There are so many great shots, but here is a quick peek at some photos that caught my eye. A big thank you to my dear friend and associate photographer Michelle Montalbano for shooting with me!
Central New York radiates in autumn. I went for a hike to photograph some of the changing colors, as well as, my favorite part of the season, migrating geese.
Some trees are ahead of the curve. This one is just one leaf away from winter.
I wish you could hear the honking… it’s one of my favorite CNY sounds.
I admit, like most people, I don’t like that the days are getting shorter. I wasn’t even out of the woods when the sun was setting. The good news is I got this nice picture through the trees.
Sometimes, I need to pull myself away from my work, and have a mini vacation!! This past weekend, I did just that. I took a beautiful train ride into NYC to be with my pals Sara and Sonia. Here is a fun photograph of the Hudson River from the train.
I’m really looking forward to working in San Francisco in about a week!
At the last minute, I entered a photo into Pacific Weddings Magazine’s Photo Contest. The theme is “Nostalgic.” Most of the examples PW is featuring are posed portraits; but I just love this candid I caught during Karina and Bruno’s first dance. Nothing is more nostalgic than memories with a true love; and to me, this photo says it all!
Here is a slideshow with some other favorites from their wedding at the amazing Figueroa Hotel in Los Angeles, CA.