Camille and Julien had an amazing wedding on the theme "Alice in Wonderland". They had a magnificent reception in a French castle, and we decided to head to the forest for their couples session. The sun was setting and there was an amazing landscape around us. The time stood still a few times, and when I saw the lines of the trees, I instantly knew I had to take a picture here!
Caroline and Benjamin wanted to organize a couples session in Lyon, France, where they met. Caroline lives in the United States and Benjamin still lives in France, That's why this winter we all headed to this special city in order to organize an engagement session there. When I saw the columns, I immediately wanted to try and play with the lights. It was the last picture of the session!
During this wedding, at the Marriott Marquis in downtown San Diego, I was the primary cinematographer for this couple's wedding. I wanted to do a little extra for this couple, so I shot the entire wedding in full 4K, and at some points, used a higher shutter speed so I had the option to extract stills. At this point, they were directed to walk toward us and they were doing their own thing. While shooting, I positioned myself more in the street to capture them with the crowd and traffic behind them. I extracted the still as a jpeg and did some minor color correction to it to finalize it.
Trey and Ashley are one of the nicest couples you'll ever meet. We shot these bridal photos down at Windansea beach in La Jolla, California one evening a couple years ago. It's always fun to get creative with a long veil, which was used to create interest, movement and balance in this image. This handsome couple just had their first child a few months ago. She's a beautiful baby girl which is no surprise.
The bride and groom had wanted to get pictures at The Athletic Club of Columbus because it has this amazing old world charm. As I was taking pictures of the couple I noticed the groomsmen had all assembled in the lobby. They looked so perfect standing there in their tuxes that I was immediately inspired. I plopped the groom into the middle of this group, adjusted where everyone stood... And voila! Awesome groomsmen shot!
The Conservancy Garden in Central Park is a popular destination for Wedding and Engagement shoots – and for a great reason! The lush gardens, fountains and ponds are idyllic. The wonderful part of this shoot for Genny and Evan was the special meaning that the Garden holds for them. It was one of the first dates they had and getting to return for this shoot turned into a beautifully romantic day. Their joy and peacefulness could be felt that day and can be seen as they stop to hug along this tree-lined pathway