I recently posted a blog about Christina and Jacob’s wedding in San Francisco and how I was able to capture the entire weekend. These shots are from the morning of the wedding. I captured everyone hanging out around the hostel and a stroll to the beach, which was close by. Later this week, I will be posting shots from the actual wedding!
I’m in love with this incredible wedding of Christina and Jacob. The affair was small and intimate and took place at Point Bonita which overlooks the Golden Gate Bridge. The family rented a large home in the National Park that all 30 guests (and photographers!) stayed in for the weekend. My wife Ashley and I documented the event. Ashley was working the Super 8 and me working the stills!
I love the footage that she captured, and she looked great getting it!
The film was impeccably edited (as always) by our resident Super 8 specialist, Mr. Branden Lower.
More to come from this amazing event!
This is the first wedding I’ve ever photographed in the Bay Area, and I can’t imagine a more favorable experience. Catherine and Payton and their families were such an incredible blessing. Their hospitality and lifestyle were such a breath of fresh air. We started the day at Catherine’s parents house where she got ready and took relaxed portraits with friends and family. It set the tone for a wonderful day of celebration.
Here are my faves from the day…
I’m shooting Beth and Josh’s wedding in New Orleans in March, but they live in San Francisco. Since I had a wedding in San Fran 3 weeks ago, Chase and I spent a day in the city with these two kids on the Sunday after my wedding. We went to all over town to a few of their favorite spots! My favorite time of the day was buying junk food and a six pack of beer and sitting on the roof of Beth’s apartment building just talking about life. I’m so blessed they chose me to document this time of life for them.
With street vendors in Chinatown:
Listening to music in their favorite park:
On the roof of Beth’s apartment building:
A stroll near the Golden Gate Bridge:
Check out their “record” the date card. So nice!