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Mitton Building Wedding. Chandra + Chris. Redlands Wedding Photographer

Chandra + Chris. Like I said before, these two are all smiles, all excitement, and all of that sweet put-you-at-ease-immediately goodness. They also had a beautiful Thursday wedding, and it had donuts… pretty much all of the ways to my heart.

I know you two will have a long and wonderful life together, take care of each other, and enjoy!

The Mitton Building, Redlands CA | Thanks to my second shooter Sarah, from Life’s a Peach Photography!

October 1, 2014 - 6:32 pm

Aleks - Love! Great photos that capture joy!

October 1, 2014 - 6:42 pm

Sadi Lane - Love these Corey! Gorgeous work as usual! That can be a difficult venue to shoot because of the lighting but you rocked it!!!

October 1, 2014 - 7:59 pm

Heather Weems - Beautiful!!!! I love the brides dress!!!

October 3, 2014 - 11:36 am

Annie - very lovely work!

Anaheim Hills Newborn Pictures – Orange County Newborn Photographer

There are few things better than getting to watch a beautiful family grow. I’ve been lucky enough to capture so many big milestones for this lovely little family, all the way back to their engagement a few years ago. I cannot wait to watch this family grow and blossom, and watch this little one grow up. Thank you Brittany and Brandon for being such a wonderful example of love, and for letting me tag along to all your wonderful adventures. 

Newborn Hudson – Norco Newborn Photography

I loved this session. So simple, and so sweet, this little one slept so well for us. He had the kind of serene sleep that you could just sit back and watch for hours.

Convict Lake Wedding. Liz + Bryan. Mammoth Wedding Photographers

So, I fell in love with Convict Lake. From the second Sean and I turned onto the road into the Lake, I knew we were in for something amazing. We settled in and stopped by to say hello, and family was busy in the cabin putting together bouquets and making food for the rehearsal dinner. It was busy, and their was a buzz in the air but somehow it was calm at the same time.

Families flew in from all over the country (ok and other continents) to celebrate this marriage in a spot very special to the bride and groom. The bride grew up camping in Mammoth, and the groom was quickly convinced this was the place they would pledge their lives to each other. It was such an honor to share the spot with Liz and Bryan and their closest friends and family. I fell in love with it, and cannot wait to go back. After the wedding, Sean and I drove up to Yosemite. We got stuck in a SIX hour detour, but seriously, would not have changed a thing. We can’t wait to visit Yosemite again, the very next chance we get.

So many moments in this wedding were so special, so unlike any other wedding. I’m so thankful to have had the opportunity to share in such a special adventure!  Thank you Liz and Bryan for sharing this with me. You guys are nothing short of amazing.

Convict Lake Resort, Mammoth CA

September 19, 2014 - 5:25 pm

Jes Workman - Wow! Your landscapes were breathtaking! You did such an amazing job capturing the space & atmosphere of the day. Great photos!

September 19, 2014 - 5:28 pm

Joel Danto - Love the details! What a perfect little wedding. How cool was it that you found a deer to come take a photo with the bride and groom!

September 21, 2014 - 4:32 pm

Kristine Marie - Wow, this is fantastic! The deer! What a great wedding and you captured it all.

September 21, 2014 - 8:21 pm

Liz & Bryan - Corey! Thank you so much for your talent and mad skills. These photos are amazing, and you and Sean were a welcome addition to the weekend wedding adventures.

September 25, 2014 - 6:17 pm

Aleks - Beautiful photos! Loved all the details, and the gorgeous light, and of course the happy, happy couple!

Gorgeous Backyard DIY Wedding. Erin + Dustin. Chino Wedding Photographers

Erin + Dustin. These two. Erin has put me at ease since the first day I met her. It may have had a little to do with her mother’s very slight Dutch accent that felt a little like home, but mostly I think it was pure kind sincerity. And after I met Dustin, it all just made sense. It’s an ease and spirit that’s hard to put into words, but so easy to feel.

They were married at Erin’s late grandfather’s home, and it was beautiful. It added a familiar and comforting spirit as they pledged their futures to each other.

I wish you two nothing short of a lifetime of happiness. Thanks for being awesome!

Probably the sweetest flower girl ever – she tossed flowers, and then waved – The whole way down the aisle.

private estate, Chino CA | Pizza 900 | Thanks to Nick Wisda for shooting with me!

September 5, 2014 - 3:31 pm

Sayoko Lynn - Beautiful work! And I really like your website layout!

September 17, 2014 - 3:51 pm

Shani Barel - What a lovely party – I love backyards wedding – they’re just so REAL! and I especially love that one photos of them , small by the long fence – so quirky, and her veil blowing just makes it PERFECT!

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