She went on what she thought was just a summer trip with her boyfriend and his family.
While getting ready for an outing, she became flustered with the Miami humidity. Everything from choosing an outfit to deciding how she was going to fix her hair for the day was starting to ruffle her feathers.
She had decided she officially hated Miami, and...
Summer time is the number one time of the year when people decide to get married. Most people are willing to to stay out later, plan their vacation times, and for the ones with kids, this is the time of year the kids are out of school.
But what about engagements? I went to visit Auntie Google to check, and I guessed correctly. The most popular date for people to get engaged is on Valentine's Day (however, there are 364 other days in the year that people all over the world get engaged).
And seeing as there are so many times in the year that people pop the question, that just means that there that many opportunities to plan an engagement session.
Planning your engagement session is super important, but also shouldn't be stressful. So to make your experience of going through your session as smooth as possible, I wanted to give you a few tips on what you can bring to your engagement session.
You're going to thank me later. Trust.
If ever there's a time that a tiny little human can pull at your heart strings, this little one will do the trick!
Sixth-month-old Dominic (better known as Nico) came into this early morning session with a little grumpy look in his eyes. I mean, it Saturday at 7:30 in the morning and he was outisde in the bright morning light. Who could blame him?
After a little warming up and lots of efforts from his parents alongside of me (and I do mean A LOT), he finally gave in to all the silly noises that we were making and gave us tons of smiles.
We first started out with his cute little Jurassic Park themed arrangements with toys, dinosaurs blanket and cutest Jurassic Park onesie and well, I can't even...
In the photography industry of photographing people, us photographers get invested the people they work with (myself included). We’re in the business of making people happy. And sometimes it comes at a cost.
With so much information about photographers and how-go guides out there (my blog included), I thought I would do something a little bit different this week and talk about the big elephants in the room. As much as I love my elephants, these are not the elephants I want in my room. (That came out weirder written down than in my head. Oh, well.)
I’m talking about things photographers don’t want to say to their clients, and just wish they already knew.
So with that out of the way, let’s get to this week’s blog post…
I am a...
Los Angeles native.