Brit+Bran Engaged!

These two, I pretty much love them. I met Brit a year ago when we did a shoot of just her, which was also just a few weeks before she got engaged…in Paris…to an incredible guy. Yep, pretty much my dream. They came up to San Francisco from LA to do an engagement session and I don’t think it could have been more fun! We found amazing new spots even in locations I’ve shot in tons of times and they were totally up for anything. We got so many awesome shots that you’ll definitely be seeing more of these two soon :).

Be excited. The awesomeness has just begun.

I Love High School Seniors

I would love to shoot high school seniors all day long! They’re young, beautiful, and are somehow all master posers. Oh, and they have totally rockin’ style.

If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you may recognize this one. I’ve had the privilege of photographing her and her family several times in the last few years!

Those eyes! Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous. Enough said.

For all you photo nerds, this last one was shot at f1.2!

Enjoy the rest of your senior year!

Laura and her kiddos

A few of my favorite pictures from one of my amazing repeat families! I so much love to watch the kids grow up :). I couldn’t believe how long and blonde little Kate’s hair had gotten. So amazing that they all have different hair color too!

Scott, Liz, and Will

I knew Liz when we were in high school in the bay area (she was a year ahead of me and at my rival school). I was super delighted to hear last year that she was expecting a baby and it was so great to finally meet her family! Their little boy is SO darling I could barely stand it. Despite the unexpected chilly/misty/windy weather that we often find in San Francisco in the summer he was perfect the whole time.

Aren’t they the cutest family?!? Liz and Scott’s first date was a double with his parents, lol.

A quick stop at Kara’s Cupcakes to warm up also proved to be a great place for pictures!

What do dads do best?? Play! We almost always gets some real fun smiles when dad goofs off.