Silvia is positive, happy, driven, sexy and up for anything! I love shooting with her. I’ve done headshots for her in the past and wanted to shoot her without the boundaries of a headshot session. Melissa Hibbert, again, did hair … Continue reading
Sasha’s Glamour Shoot
I directed my first glamour photo shoot recently with my dear friend Sasha. She is beautiful, ambitious, creative, smart and all around awesome. My inspiration for this shoot is the work done by photographer Sue Bryce. Her portraits are beautiful … Continue reading
Heather & Delmar, July 14th
We arrived at the Sheraton in Agoura Hills to document Heather and Delmar getting ready for their big day. While Robert went upstairs to spend the next hour with Delmar during his preparations, I went with Jessica to Heather’s room … Continue reading
Arianna & Earle May 5, 2012
I was so excited to shoot this wedding! Arianna and Earle are so relaxed and easy going. I arrived at the hotel in Glendale while Arianna was getting ready and it was just her and her sister putting on the … Continue reading
New York Engagement Shoot with Jessica Claire
I went to New York in January to attend a Shoot and Share with Jessica Claire, an international destination wedding photographer. Yes, it was cold. But it was so worth it! We walked the streets of Greeenwich Village and since … Continue reading
Comparing Myself to Others
As with every creative endeavor, it’s incredibly hard not to compare yourself to everyone else out there doing the same thing you are; acting, writing, singing, photographing, whatever it may be. After I shot my very first wedding as a … Continue reading
Jen and Greg
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So laid back. That’s the description I heard of Jen and Greg before we met on their wedding day. And it’s true. In a good way. They were so easy-going and relaxed. They had a beautiful front yard wedding with … Continue reading
My Morning Fix
I am unfortunate enough to have a Starbucks 2 blocks away from me. I say unfortunate because I LOVE Starbucks. I have tried to cut down but like so many a junkie, I have my good days and my bad days. I even went so far as to buy my own espresso machine to make my drinks at home. It has worked…a little. I still go down the street for the walk, for the morning interaction, to read the paper and generally people watch. I work at home with no one to keep me company except Oliver, my cat. He’s awesome but not the best conversationalist. (I’ll share more about him in other posts.) So for my first post, I’d like to feature Rosie, my local barista, who keeps me hooked up with my favorite drug.