UC Berkeley Botanical Garden Wedding and Reception

UC Berkeley Botanical Garden weddings are great. Couples can get married in the Redwood Grove and have their reception across the street. Keeping events close can greatly simplify the logistics of wedding planning. Getting ready with your partner in the same room or house before your wedding can reduce stress, and is just fun. While … Read more

Burner Wedding at Oz Farm in Point Arena

Oz Farm in Point Arena is a dreamy place for a wedding, and Amber and Jack’s wedding there was a dream. These two hopelessly romantic midwest kids have the same birthday. They met with in the dusty desert at Burning Man, and got married at the Oz Farm in Point Arena. A hippie commune turned … Read more

100 Images From 2015

Here are 100 fun, interesting, goofy, unique wedding and engagement images from 2015. In the course of my work I have been all over the Bay Area. Here is a quick lowdown. The wedding I shot in the San Francisco Presidio was a blast. I loved the parade from the wedding chapel to the reception … Read more

100 Images from 2014

2014 was full of adventures, great people, and an awesome Bay Area wedding or two. I had people close to me die, watched friends bring babies into the world, and went on exciting adventures. In my personal and professional life, I strive to be better. I focus on the stuff that counts, stay open to … Read more

Sequoia Retreat Wedding in Ben Lomond

Sequoia Retreat is a cool little wedding venue in the Los Gatos mountains. Technically in Ben Lomond. There are cabins onsite where some of your guests can stay. It is pretty steep and hilly, but beautiful. Laurel and Sky put on a sweet, relaxed, fun, multi day event at Sequoia Retreat. It was awesome.

Berkeley Botanical Garden Wedding

Sarah and Jordan had an intimate Jewish wedding ceremony at the Redwood Grove at the Berkeley Botanical Garden, and then walked across the street for their reception. They are super sincerely, happy, genuine people.  They served pie, and put on a great party at the UC Berkeley Botanical Garden.