This weekend I had the pleasure of working with Andrew and Suzy, a wonderful couple who tied the knot at the beautiful Stanford Memorial Church. I’m always happy to get back to my old stomping grounds, and this wedding was well worth the trip. After the ceremony we drove over to the San Francisco Asian Art Museum, one of my new favorite locations in the Bay Area for a wedding ceremony or a reception. It has big, classical columns, a classy stairway entrance, and is located right in the center of the city.
I joined the talented Andi Hatch to start everything off at Suzy’s Menlo Park Appartment before heading over to the Stanford Church. I really liked the birds-eye angle over the ceremony. It gave a great alternative angle, and it was super fun to be able to try something different to find a really different perspective.
Then came the spectacular Asian Art Museum. With custom lighting, fabulous food, and a toe-tapping brass band, this was a beautiful and fun-filled evening. Here are some of my favorite shots from the day: