I fly to Seattle tomorrow for two weddings up there this weekend. Just spent three days in New Mexico celebrating and photographing the wedding of one of my oldest friends, and not three days before that I was in San Francisco to capture yet another wedding and this engagement session. Wedding season is in full swing, house projects are underway, and I'm only home half the month this May. Life is a little crazyyy, but frankly I wouldn't have it any other way.
Now that is a New Mexico sunset. 🌈 As we dashed out for sunset photos after dinner, the sky opened up on us. We were not prepared. But as most storms do in the southwest, the dark clouds blew over quickly and in their wake they left us the gift of this perfect double rainbow. Two giant, complete arcs of color in front of the ominous rain clouds and mountains in the distance. Everything turned pink. It was the perfect wedding gift for Erin and Collin, who had already spent the past several days introducing all of their out-of-town guests to things like Hatch green chile, sopapillas, and @meow__wolf This is home to me. This is why we call it the Land of Enchantment. 💛
It was impossible to choose a top favorite photo from Andrea and Brandon's engagement session in San Francisco last weekend, but this is definitely up there on the list.
Kevin and Laura got married beneath a lattice of wisteria, along the coast of northern California. I've known these two for quite a while now, Kevin in particular, and one thing was for certain this day. They are totally, adorably, unmistakably in love. Thank you both for having me capture your perfect day! 💜
This past week I was hanging out with these ladies in California. I tend to let social media fall to the wayside when I travel, but I've got soooo many good photos to share from last weekend (and more to come this weekend!) so stay tuned!