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Huge thanks to my friend Scot Woodman for asking me to second shoot this gorgeous Sand Rock Farm wedding with him this past summer! This is how Scot described the wedding to me: beautiful couple inside and out, lush woodsy bed and breakfast venue, and tons of amazing DIY details and handmade ceramics from a seriously creative bride. I literally couldn’t resist driving up to Aptos from LA for this wedding after that description! It was kind of absurd. I slept in a hostel in San Luis Obispo on the way there, crashed at Scot’s the night of the wedding, and then drove back to LA. A very quick trip north! But, as the photos can attest, it was worth it. I wouldn’t have missed helping to document this beautiful day for anything. Lauren (who has a fabulous Etsy store filled with her unique ceramics) created so many beautiful touches throughout the day, from the invitations to the cake stands to the beautiful vases on the tables. And I have to say that she was carrying one of the loveliest bouquets I’ve ever laid my eyes on, created by Alyson of Flower and Forage. Congratulations Lauren and David!

Lastly, this wedding was featured on Style Me Pretty, so be sure to take a peek at those photos too!


Isn’t this the perfect setting for a first look?!

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It has been SO HARD to wait for this colorful & fun inspiration shoot to be published on Style Me Pretty! I had a blast collaborating with two of my favorite ladies in the wedding industry, Cayleigh of PopUp Weddings by HME and Missy Fine of Missy Fine Events. They are the kind of creative women that I feel honored to get to work with. Cayleigh is a girl who makes things happen, and Missy has a crazy good eye (proof: check out the florals!) Let me just say for the millionth time, if this is what a workday can look like, then yeah, I’m in the right profession.


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First off, a huge thanks to Scott Clark for asking me to second shoot Mia + Dorell’s beautiful wedding at Hummingbird Nest Ranch this past summer with him. It was an incredible day with so much energy and joy, and I’m so glad I got to help Scott document it! Their wedding was a celebration from beginning to end. From the lush ceremony florals to the elegant cocktail hour to the live performances during the reception, everything was planned to perfection and run smoothly by Sacks Productions.

Sidenote: Dorell plays for the Portland Trail Blazers in the NBA, so you’ll notice that between his teammates and the other athlete guests, the percentage of tall people was much higher than at your average wedding!

Congratulations Mia and Dorell! And thanks again Scott for having me assist!


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It was such a pleasure to second shoot with Scott Clark this past summer for this joy-filled wedding. The grooms, Patrick and Scott, got ready together in their beautiful Manhattan Beach apartment. It was easy to see right away that this is a couple that laughs a lot and loves a lot. Their deep commitment is based on a solid foundation, which is something I always feel humbled to witness. Once the tie was tied and the bowtie knotted properly, Patrick and Scott headed to the church to say “I do” in front of their family and friends. You’ll notice that there aren’t photos of their ceremony in my blog post…that’s because as the second shooter, I went ahead to the reception venue to photograph all the lovely details before guests arrived. One of the many benefits of having a second shooter!

The wedding reception was held at Catalina View Gardens in Rancho Palos Verdes. It’s one of those wedding venues that just makes your jaw drop. Such a perfect place to eat, drink and celebrate beneath twinkly string lights. Towards the end of the evening, everyone squeezed in on the dance floor to give the couple a huge group hug. It was one of those emotion-filled, authentic moments that makes me feel ever grateful to have this job. Congratulations Patrick and Scott! And thanks again to Scott Clark for having me along!



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