Category Archives: Weddings

I went in to photograph Scott and his groomsmen and immediately noticed the cool aqua-painted walls.  The aqua walls at the Tiburon Lodge were ‘clean’ with minimal distractions and the natural light that was coming through window was gorgeous!   As wedding photographers, we always try to envision a photo before we actually take it and […]

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Congratulations Natalie & Casey on your recent nuptials!  Thank you to both your families for being so incredibly kind and a special thanks to your mom for all her help.  Casey, you’re going to dig the shots I got of you and your boys  – straight up Reservoir Dogs!  Here’s a little highlight slideshow of […]

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I had a chance to interview the owner of Bloomster’s out in south San Jose about his take on wedding.  It’s amazing what Kren and his team are capable of.  Thank you to Larissa Marr of HD Video Memories for helping us put this together! Click here for more info: Bloomster’s

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This was the most amazing show ever!!  Thank you to all the couples that came out to this weekend’s huge bridal show.  It was fun meeting you and I’m exciting to sit down to discuss the details of your wedding in the weeks to follow.   Below are some of the different vendors who were […]

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It’s amazing how the start of new year can make you feel so REVIVED!  …well maybe not the first few hours as you’re nursing a brutal hangover.  lol   But really, we all get a bit of downtime to re-evaluate our own lives and remind ourselves that we have the ability to surround ourselves with things […]

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It’s pretty wild how life comes around in a complete circle sometimes.  I was introduced to Kristen and Patrick by my wife, who’s family grew up on the same street in Sunnyvale as Kristen’s.  Kristen and Patrick were pretty excited after we scouted out the venue together since they were concerned about the darkness of […]

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It’s amazing the sacrifices our military folks make.  Thank you for all that you’ve done and continue to do for our country!  Unfortunately Jessika and Ryan had to postpone their wedding to 2012 because Ryan was deployed during their initial wedding date.  It was great to catch up with these Reno cats at the San […]

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I met Kristen and Patrick at Testarossa Winery to scope out the location together.  The ceremony is indoors in the winery’s main tunnel so they had some concerns about the lack of lighting.  Once I saw the tunnel, I realized it would require some technical knowledge on my part to properly document their environment.  Don’t […]

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Congratulations Andrea & Joe!!  Wow, if there was ever a ‘Party of the Year’ wedding, this was it!  With a bridal party of 20 people, it’s hard not to have a good time.  I had a blast meeting their amazing family at the rehearsal and appreciate the kindness that they showed towards me and my […]

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Congratulations to Leilani & Chris on their recent nuptials at the San Jose Mission in… Fremont!  We were very appreciative of the fact that we were somehow granted special privileges to photograph during the ceremony.  Flash photography was not allowed, so we had to work our magic to create our images. Thank you to you […]

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I had the privilege of being a second photographer for my buddy Joel Carrico.  He some crazy random detached retina thing in his eye and required surgery just a couple days before his couple’s wedding…..and STILL shot their wedding!  What can you say, the guy’s an animal!!  I had a blast working together at his […]

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The Cathedral Basilica of St. Jospeh’s was built in 1803…..really 1803!!!  It’s one of the most significant sights I’ve ever seen here in the bay area. Being a SJ local, I’ve driven by the  church the past 30 something years without realizing how gorgeous it was inside.  Last year, I had a chance to photograph […]

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