I met Janeth, Justin & their son Jeremy last year working one of the most fun weddings I've ever shot. There is something wonderful about shooting multiple wedding with the same community of folks. To be able to see the same people a year or two later, catching up with them and seeing how their lives have evolved is such an wonderful privilege of the job.
Things got started off at the Warwick Hotel in San Francisco. Janeth and her bridesmaids had their makeup done and shared some tender moments together. Justin and Jeremy had some boy time together. Justin told me about how he had to assure Jeremy that, it's not just mommy and daddy getting married, it's all three of them. Next stop was San Francisco City Hall, always a favorite. We made a quick stop in the woods and ended the night at San Pedro Square at Olla Cocina. It was a warm day with warm people.
Videographer: KimberLee Webber
Leslie and Sean came all the way up from Southern California to be among the redwoods for their big day. They got married at the beautiful Deer Park Villa in Fairfax. Their families and whole wedding party were laid back and lots of fun to be around. After an intimate ceremony with some emotional vows, we snuck off for some portraits at Lake Lagunitas nearby. There is so much natural beauty around this venue, and it was so great be able to have a little time to explore the area with the couple on the wedding day. Big thanks to Sarah and her staff at SWC for keeping everything running smoothly and making the wedding look great. Enjoy!
Some tunes from my editing session:
Dentro de mí semillas tengo de ti y sin ti pueden querer morir
I need you alone
Goodbyes always take us half an hour
Can't we just go home?
Claire and Andy met performing theater a few years ago. They both have a lifelong love for the screen and stage, so decided to meet at the Alameda Theater and sneak in a few shots in their gorgeous space. From there we had some pizza and beer the Star on Park. We ended our day at the Marin Headlands to feel the wind and watch the fog roll in. It was a good day. It sounded like:
If the stars don't shine
If the moon wont rise
PENNY AND THE QUARTERS