Heather and Brian live in Napa and wanted to have a little Napa flavor in their engagement photos. We chose to meet at Angele on the Napa Riverwalk which turned out to be a great location for the engagement photos.
We had a great time cruising up and down the Riverwalk, photographing in its many picturesque nooks.
We even photographed in the spot where they did a selfie on their first date 🙂
The engagement of Ashima and Derek on Stinson Beach followed by a photo session on Mt Tamalpais. She lives in Georgia and he lives in Texas. His proposal marks the end of their courtship and the beginning of their life together. They say they’ll be back to Stinson soon 🙂
Beth Barton and I photographed the engagement session of Samantha and Victor in Golden Gate Park. We started in the Music Concourse and then went to the Japanese Tea Garden. Both places are always awesome. We finished up on Baker Beach for a nice foggy sunset 🙂
I feel so fortunate to be a wedding and engagement photographer in the San Francisco Bay area! There are so many amazing locations to shoot. This week, I took Kim and Aaron down to Kirby Cove and we had the best conditions – perfect weather, barely a soul around, and a moonrise that blew us away.
We started up on Battery Spencer overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge. Then we followed the sun down the hill toward Kirby Cove. Sunset on the road to Kirby Cove is so beautiful.
When we got down to the beach at Kirby Cove, there were very few people so it felt like we had the place to ourselves.
Just as we were about to start the hike back up the hill, we noticed that the full moon was rising over the city and under the bridge. Amazing!
Such a sight to see! The bridge turned into a lighthouse as the moon shone through the north tower. That’s a very rare thing to see.
Congratulations, Kim and Aaron! I can’t wait for the wedding 🙂
Lana and Eric LOVE coffee. So, when I asked them where to meet for their engagement photos, coffee was their request! We met up at Philz Coffee in Corte Madera for a few shots (coffee AND photos) before heading up Mt Tamalpais for the epic photos that Mt. Tam always gives me.