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A Veiled Threat

This shot was taken about 15 minutes before Jacqie’s wedding started.  We were waiting in a small courtyard and taking some pictures since it was a nice location.  We had to move Jacqie to the shade to avoid the hard, harsh mid-day San Diego sun.  The veil acts as a natural skin softener – you […]

Riding off into the sunset

This photo of Dan and Jacqie was taken about an hour after their wedding concluded.   We were down on the beach in LaJolla getting some sunset shots and we had just concluded.  Everyone was strolling to their cars to drive to the reception.  I ran ahead of them with a wide angle lens and fired […]

Love in the Air

I was asked to do an engagement sitting for Jacqie and Dan this fall.  We had planned on spending most of the day shooting at the Minnesota Landscape arboretum, but got sidetracked in the studio doing formals – which turned out great, btw. We were able to run over there and get some great shots […]

The Reservoir Dogs

My sister is still chapped about this picture.  It was taken as my soon-to-be-brother-in-law was walking down to see his bride-to-be for the first time.   I was assigned to shoot preparation pictures of Dano as he dressed for the wedding.  I had always envisioned this Reservoir Dogs style shot where the dressed-to-kill groomsmen were lined […]

Bridal Bouquet

Time for another beautiful bridal shot.  This one was taken just moments before the ceremony started in a private little courtyard just behind the park where the wedding took place.  It was sort of tough conditions – direct Southern California sun at mid-afternoon.  This helped make a nice contrasty shot that translated well into this […]

Bridal Afterglow

In October, I had the honor of being one of my sister’s ‘official’ wedding photographers shooting second to the gracious and talented ElleG (http://www.ellegphotography.com).  This is one of my favorites – and one of hers as well.  We were walking along the coastline in La Jolla right at dusk – and the light was perfect. […]