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“Six years later and many laughs, talks, and adventures together, we cannot wait to tie the knot and share this experience with our family and friends!” We took Kevin and Jessica’s engagement photos at Alice Keck Park Memorial Gardens. Although it definitely was not a warm day (!), the sun was shinning, and the laughs […]

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“I knew you were the one the moment I met you. There was something about the way you stood up to me and looked me in the eye. Confident, independent, beautiful.” Some couples radiate love, affection and ease, and Robby and Nicole definitely fall into that category. Their entire day seemed effortless and full of […]

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“I looked at her and knew that I was the luckiest guy on the planet and never wanted to be without her.” Danelle and Steve eloped on a perfect fall day in Santa Barbara. We celebrated their union at the iconic Santa Barbara Courthouse, enjoyed some beautiful rays of sunshine in Montecito, and watched the […]

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“We met at a party I hosted for new graduate students. Katie walked in and my heart literally started beating faster. I then introduced myself and felt butterflies and instantly fell in love with her.” Katie and Kyle’s Boulder, Colorado wedding portraits were a breeze to capture. Katie grew up in Colorado and has family there, […]

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When you meet the love of your life at the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB), it’s a given your engagement photoshoot will be in beautiful Santa Barbara, no matter how far away you move. From Darren & Caitlin, “SB was like our second home, so it was fitting to pick a symbolic location like […]

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“That’s how our love makes me feel –calm, exhilarated, fulfilled, all at once. He is my heart, and I just can’t wait to marry this man.” We celebrated Nicole and Robby’s love with their Goleta Butterfly Grove engagement photos. The two told me they were not fans of being in front of the camera, and […]

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