If there is one thing I love in the world, it is being a tourist in my own town. I recently got to do just that with an adorable couple in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. We started out exploring plant life at the Conservatory of Flowers and made our way to Stowe Lake to for a romantic boat ride at sunset.
There is a lot to consider when deciding about what your photography coverage should look like on your wedding day. Often, when you get an answer to one question, another one just pops up in its place. One of the most frequently asked questions I get when speaking with clients is: is it worth it to get a second photographer? The answer is: it depends. Below are some of the factors I think about when making the recommendation to include a second photographer.
My third wedding of the season was my first as second photographer to Margaret Austin Photography, a legend! Her work is some of the most beautiful I've seen so I can't wait to learn more from her as her second throughout the coming summer!
This spring wedding took place at Cornerstone Sonoma, a gorgeous wine country marketplace and event space. I was mostly on groom duty, so had a lot of fun capturing the dude's side of things. The weather was great, the couple was sweet and the job was fun — about all you can ask!
I did one of my favorite sessions to date this past Mother's Day (don't worry, I celebrated with my mom after!). I have been working with this family throughout this past year, watching their two twin girls, to supplement my income as I've gotten my business up and running. This session came just a month before my last day of work with them, so it was especially fun to document their personalities and generally commemorate our time together. I'll miss this sweet family!