Hi friends! I can’t even really believe I’m writing this… that this year marks our 10th year of being full time wedding photographers. SAY WHAT?!! 10 YEARS! It’s pretty incredible thinking back on the hundreds of weddings we’ve been a part over the last decade, and truthfully, it makes me feel super old, but that’s not what this post is about.Read More
We're excited to announce that we've officially launched a new site dedicated to photographing families. We've always done a little family photography on the side - mostly for friends, family and former clients, but it's never been something that we've advertised or actively sought out.Read More
Adm and I love love LOVE photographing weddings mainly because we love couples in love. All couples in love. We are staunch supporters of marriage equality for everyone. So, we were over the top excited when we learned last week that after years of deliberation, the Conservative Rabbinical Assembly has voted in favor of providing guidance to rabbis for performing same-sex marriages. This decision has been a big deal within the Jewish community, and it was icing on the cake when one of the photos from Margee and Kate's wedding last year was chosen to help illustrate it. The article and photo have been making the rounds internationally, including in Ha'aretz and The Jewish Daily Forward.
To that we say, “Mazel Tov!”
Check out Caroline and Kiren's massive wedding album below. It is GORGEOUS and there's no digital image that can compare with a printed 10.5x14" photograph. We LOVE making albums for our clients and it's our favorite way to view a collection of images.
Oh hey, Kiki.
Last night, Adm and I attended the silent auction fundraiser for Japan with Love in San Francisco. It was truly inspiring to see not only all of the local businesses that contributed goods, services and time to both the auction and event, but also to see how many people showed up to support the cause. I mean, the place was packed! I don't know the total amount of proceeds raised, but the goal was $5000, which will go towards funding 5 Shelterboxes, and I have a feeling it was definitely surpassed. Here are a few photos from the lovely event. All of the photos were taken by Adm.
If you happen to find yourself in the Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco, oh say on Fillmore between Sacramento and Clay streets to be exact, might I suggest popping into the local Starbucks to check out some photos that I've got hanging on the walls? Thanks to my good friend Allen, we're having a mini "show" of some of my favorite wedding photos to help reach a new crowd of brides and grooms. Feel free to grab a promo card which is hanging in an old wooden shutter opposite all of the photos.