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Laguna Beach Engagement Pictures. Chuck and Jennifer.

This whole winter we’ve been dodging rain and rescheduling photoshoots, and I’m so glad it (mostly) held off for this adorable session. We started off at a coffee shop with Jennifer and Chuck, which kind of made the whole day feel like I was just tagging along on their date (in the best, least third […]

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Jessica and Travis. Laguna Engagement Pictures

Winter. I’ve recently become seriously attached to winter. That sentiment feels strange to admit as a Californian, but these rainy days and the resulting big puffy clouds that float by after the storm have been so refreshing. After the long hot summers and the relentless heat through October, it’s so nice for the dust to […]

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Laguna Beach Engagements. Jillian + Andrew. Laguna Beach Photographers.

No matter how old I get, or how far in the past my “school days” drift, there is this tiny twinge of pain as the last little bit of summer fades away. Fall is one of my favorite seasons; I love the cooler weather, I welcome big sweaters, and as soon as October hits I […]

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Oak Canyon Nature Center. Adam + Lisa. OC engagement photographer

I am so happy these two are finally getting married. This session was such a breeze because Lisa and Adam are simply adorable together. Nothing fancy, just the kind of love that creates a super comfortable atmosphere. And the laughing, that always helps. Thank you two for being such naturals, for being yourselves, and therefore – […]

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Rainy Fall Days – Fullerton Family Portraits

This past November was surprisingly rainy, and I had to reschedule quite a few weekend family shoots for fear of getting soaked. After one rain out, the Visconi family and I ventured out into Downtown Fullerton to get some pictures of the extended family all together. The rain held off just  long enough to squeeze […]

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