Starting 2019 with some fun shoots. This one is yoga portraits with Erika, in Lucas Valley, Marin County California.Read More
New fave location, centrally located in Marin: Hal Brown Park. Features: Mt. tam, park, vistas, path, grassy knoll, and forest type setting. This is a 1 year old shoot, so its filled with a lot of following baby's lead. Lots of running, and naturally playful images.Read More
Sarah & Aaron have been my friends for YEARS - But for some reason, we've let YEARS go by without taking pics of their kids. This year was different! I feel so honored to capture this family and also document their NEW PUPPY! Nothing like a beautiful family and a Berner Puppy for CLICKBAIT! xoxoxo aniseRead More
Old Mill Park in Mill Valley is the tried & true location for the Redwoods/Evergreen Holiday look, which is perfect for your Holiday Card, if that is what you are looking for.Read More
Family Portraits at China Camp Village in Marin County, CA.Read More
Family of 5 starts off the Holiday Card family portrait season at their ranch in Nicasio, CA. Thank you K family! It is always a pleasure to spend time with you.Read More
There are some weddings that change you, in a way, or remind you of parts of yourself that are your best parts, and that is the major draw for myself in shooting weddings. This wedding reminded me of the beauty of Paul Simon Graceland, being barefoot is underrated, and that food served in courses over the night with drinks and friends is really one of the most joyous things around. I feel like the Nora Ephron inside of me was bright and abundant. I never want to forget this wedding party.
Getting Ready for the Ceremony Images:
Wedding Ceremony at the barn on the Toluma Farms
Wedding Portraits around the ranch in Tomales
and now for the epic dinner party to end all other dinner parties!
Perfect way to end a dual wedding with a feast & friends. Thank you Asher & Isa!
When Tereza & Cody suggested this year's family portrait session be held on Mt. Tam, I was a little apprehensive because of tourists, and I know their girls are still small (which basically means, short attentions for photos!), but Nick and I managed to find our our little corner of the Matt Davis Trail, next to the Pantoll trail, that was perfectly suited for families with small children. What we ended up capturing was life during this time when not everyone wants to smile, or even get their picture taken. I want T & C to look back a these photos and remember this moment in time with a feeling of fondness. Parenthood can be busy, but its so so so worth it!Read More
Rodeo Beach is incredible, and even more special during Sunset. Nestled in the middle of the Marin Headlands, it offers a place for surfers, photographer, and dog lovers to play. Harold, Nick and I visited to check out if the beach needed any extra cleaning for the Surfriders Foundation monthly beach clean. This trip also gave me an excuse to use my new Canon 70-200mm IS f4 lens. I can't wait to use this with clients!Read More
Rain, Clouds, Dog Walks, Repeat. This was my 1/2 January & 1/2 February. Gotten a lot done, saved money, spent money, filed things, un-filed things. Walked some more. Tried to meditate - 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 1, 2, 3, 4, got up to 100 one night. Fell asleep, woke back up, fell asleep again.Read More
Sometimes stones make the best tripods, hills make the best lookouts, and trails make the best sidewalks.
A morning at Kehoe Beach in Point Reyes National Seashore, Marin County CaliforniaRead More
Rainy days here in Marin bless us with breaks of gorgeous sun and saturated colors.Read More
A sunset at the Randall House in Olema with Kate, Evan and Photo Assistant Heather!Read More
July 4th weekend activities & testing the sony 7rii mirrorless cameraRead More
I swear these deer are going to get the best of me this year. I've got EVERYTHING covered in netting................ pray for me. Thanks.