I’ve arrived (ok, so I arrived a few days ago, but internet has been spotty), and am sitting by the ocean in Negril, getting ready for Erika and Andrew’s wedding at Tensing Pen in a few days. I’m staying at Catcha Falling Star, a nice seaside resort with views over the cliffs that Negril is […]
Monthly Archives: June 2008
As the chaotic mix of weddings, engagement shoots, and processing following my past events are starting to wind down, I have saved Andrei & Olga’s wedding at the Berkeley City Club as my last post before I jet off for a wedding in Jamaica. Andrei and Olga hired me as their photographer many months ago, […]
I’ve just finished with the engagement shoot for Kyle and Courtney. We met at Stanford for a few quick photos (and because it’s an easy place to find), and then headed out into the countryside for some all-Californian rolling hills and oak trees. We found some of the most amazing light I’ve ever been able […]
I’ve just finished with Keri & Josh’s engagement shoot from this past weekend. We met up at the beautiful Tilden Park for some shots in the redwoods, and took a little hike around into some golden California hillsides. We then went into downtown Berkeley to finish off the shoot with a bit of an urban […]
I’m back from a nice 3 day trip to the Yosemite high country where I caught up with my parents for a family trip. As I was growing up we would go at least once a year to Yosemite, battling off the bluejays over my birthday cake, collecting bear stories, and going on breakneck “men’s […]
Just a quick preview for Andrei and Olga’s wedding at the Berkeley City Club. It was a wonderful wedding, with lots of great pictures to come. I had two second photographers for this event, Peter H. Chang and Nancy Tsai Peter’s photo. Great flare!
I’ve been fully immersed in summer wedding season, with a flurry of recent weddings and engagement shoots. I’ll come up for air for a moment to share Cliff and Kristy’s engagement shoot, done at the San Francisco De Young Museum. I’ve been before to see the art, but have always wondered what it would be […]