Posts tagged lompoc portrait photographer
Mikaela and Andrew Wedding- Villa & Vine- Santa Barbara, CA

A couple weekends ago, I shot this lovely wedding at Villa & Vine in Santa Barbara!

Enjoy, and Congratulations to Mikaela and Andrew!

Vendors:
Wedding Venue: Villa & Vine
Wedding Coordinator: Ann Johnson Events

Cody and Oralia Wedding in Nipomo, CA

A few months ago I second shot a wedding in Nipomo with a good friend of mine. Here are some favorites from the day!

Enjoy!

Private Event at Lotusland in Montecito, CA

Some candid photos from a recent dinner party at Lotusland in Montecito, CA!

Enjoy!

25 year Anniversary Party/ Vow Renewal in Santa Barbara, CA

Recently I had the opportunity to shoot a 25 year Anniversary Party and Vow Renewal at a beautiful house in the Hope Ranch neighborhood in Santa Barbara. Here is a gallery of some of my favorite images from the evening!

Enjoy!

Client shoot with Ritz-Carlton Hotels

A couple weeks ago I had the opportunity to work with Ritz Carlton Hotels to capture the Bacara resort in Goleta, CA. It was an awesome experience, and I am happy with the images I was able to capture.

Here are some of my favorite images from the shoot.

Enjoy!

Niko + Christina: Elopement Photoshoot at the Santa Barbara Courthouse

A couple weeks ago I did another elopement shoot at the Santa Barbara Courthouse. We started at the courthouse, and then made our way to the beach near Stearn's Wharf. Niko and Christina were awesome to shoot with, and I think we came away with some awesome shots.

Enjoy!

Cindy + Edgar: Elopement Shoot at the Santa Barbara Courthouse

Last week I did an Elopement shoot at the Santa Barbara Courthouse. Cindy and Edgar were great, and we came away with some awesome shots.

Here are some of the photos.

Enjoy, and congratulations again to Cindy and Edgar!

Hazel + Edgar: Elopement Photoshoot at Lizard's Mouth in Santa Barbara

Last week I did a beautiful elopement shoot during sunset in the Santa Barbara mountains, specifically Lizard's Mouth. Hazel and Edgar were awesome to work with, and were way too down to get dirty and scramble up rocks to try and get the best photos possible.

Here's what we come up with!

Enjoy!