Tom & Kelly, you guys are so real & transparent in such a good way. Seriously… I love your family and even more so for coming in sharks gear!
Two weeks ago I had the pleasure of getting to shoot Anny & Billy’s wedding.
It was at a really beautiful location in downtown walnut creek called Scott’s Garden. I put together a little slide-show with some of the photos from the day.
Anny and Billy are those people who you can meet for the first time but feel like you have known them for ages.
Where else do you have an endless supply of clothing options, a relaxed environment, snacks, and toys for your children? Many people often think their home would not be the ideal place for photos, but I often find it’s the best place to capture their true personalities.
Kids are much more open to having photos done when they are familiar with their environment, or in a place that they think is fun. If you have a backyard or front yard you can get the best of both worlds- outdoor children and family photography while being at your home.
Being able to take breaks, play with toys, change clothes, eat lunch, and take all the time we need is a big part of why the first place I will recommend we schedule a photo session at is your home.
Since I married my amazing wife in September, I have been living in walnut creek but still very active photographer in the south bay. I ran into someone yesterday who wanted photos but thought since I moved it was not an option. My wife and I have decided to move back to San Jose for many reasons but a big reason is so I can develop my business more with a lot less confusion. Having yelp say walnut creek and Google say San Jose even started to confuse me! I will continue to be a photographer for the whole bay area with out any travel costs, I’m just going to put more focus on the south bay. I will be able to do park days & special group sessions much easier now.
I am so excited to be close to all my friends and family south bay again.
A little while back I went to Nicaragua and took a ton of photos.
All of these Photos are from this little island called Rama Key on the Caribbean side. I was cleaning up my computer and found this gallery and thought it might be fun to show everyone.
A few days after Christmas, I went to the Prior’s house to take some photos while their whole family was in town. Their backyard was really open, just grass and a fence, and without too many textures. There was a stack of pallets from the delivery of sod in the corner. I decided to try to use them to create a fun texture and I think it worked amazingly well.
On Thanksgiving I did a quick photo-shoot for some friends of mine… We had a very limited time and the Los Gatos Creek Trail was super close to where they were going to be having their thanksgiving meal so it worked out perfect.
Here are just a couple pictures from that session: