I was so excited when Jayne said she wanted to dress up in 20's attire for her engagement session. We had planned a train theme in Fullerton but the stationed train was gated and locked. I have never photographed in downtown Fullerton but we made the best of our surroundings and I have to say, the photos came out adorable. We really didn't have a game plan after the train situation but stumbled into some interesting murals, alleyways and restaurants as we cruised the streets. Jayne and Steve are getting married in May at the Skyroom which has a 20's era decor. She's enlarging a photo from the engagement session to display at her wedding. They were really fun to hang out with and they are so laid back...my favorite type of client. Well, Jayne can be a bit of a stress ball but in a good way. I can't wait to capture their wedding next month.
Yolanda needed some headshots for her book that will be published this summer. Her book is titled "Chosen by God, Overlooked by Man: Women of Faith Moving in the Supernatural Gifts of God." It's so exciting to do various work and meet new people as a photographer. Yolanda and I never met but I could just tell by her phone presence that we would work well together. She made it easy to capture some great headshots, she's beautiful, intelligent and has a great soul. I can't wait to see the photo on the back of her book.
I photographed Victor and Glady's wedding in '08 and now they are expecting their first born baby girl. We have stayed in contact through Facebook and I love seeing all their posts. They are trying to do as much as possible before their baby girl's arrival. It was so much fun catching up with them and photographing this second milestone in their life. I can't wait to see their little bundle. I know she will be just as beautiful and sweet as her parents are.
Kristen and Phil's wedding decor consisted of colorful birds which is so appropriate considering they are both Wildlife Biologist. Family assisted with the wildlife theme from the unique hand painted table numbers to Kristen's bridal shoes and clutch. Kristen surprised Phil with a cermonial entrance of a bag piper immediately following their announcement as husband and wife. The rain was a factor although mother nature kept the sky clear throughout their cermony. Kristen's gown goes down as one of my favorites since I've been capturing weddings. It was endearing to see how close their family is and both sides definitely know how to prepare and deliver endearing and comical toasts. Thank you so much for selecting me as your photographer, it's weddings like yours that truely inspire me.