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Malibu Beach Engagement Pictures. Navid + Carrie. Malibu Wedding Photographers

This winter has been pretty full of crazy weather for us Californians. And by “crazy”, I mean rain, but seriously, we are spoiled by sunny days over here. Along with the extra rainy days come the most spectacular skies that make for some stunning session backdrops and create magical light that I’m just not used […]

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Sequoia National Park Wedding. Sarah and Robert. Beetle Rock Wedding

First of all: if you haven’t been to Sequoia, GO NOW. Immediately. It might be a little snowy now, but at the very least make some camping reservations for this summer. Please. All the magic that is Sequoia plus the effortless radness of these two humans made for a pretty fantastic day. This wedding was […]

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Vertigo Event Venue. Morgan and Chris. Glendale Wedding Photography

These two managed to pull off a perfect wedding. Such a beautiful mix of casually effortless and elegantly posh, Morgan and Chris were married on a absolutely stunning southern California winter day. I think some of the pure grace of the day can be attributed to these two already sharing such a long history. When […]

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USC Senior Pictures. University of Southern California Senior Portraits

Getting to wander the campus of USC is such a treat, especially during the buzz of Spring and all the graduates it blossoms. It has a slight east coast vibe and it something about it just feel so regal. I love trekking through the campus with someone about to graduate too, they get to show […]

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Kassy + Brandon. The Homestead in Oak Glen Wedding

Fall weddings in Oak Glen have their own kind of magic. The air is crisp and the sun is softly warm, and if you’re lucky, there are still a few apples on the trees. This was one of the last weddings of the year up at the Homestead in Oak Glen, before the take a […]

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