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Summer has arrived in the South Bay! The gloom burns off just a bit quicker, the evenings last a bit longer, ice cream tastes the absolute best, and the kids are home enjoying their time off.  Whether your kids are in school locally, or have left the nest but have come back for some lounge time between college classes, this is the perfect time for some family portraits.

For the month of July, we can schedule a quick 30 min family session on location at the beach, park or lounging at home. The session is $250, you will receive your choice of 15 full resolution images via my cloud site to print and share as you’d like.

Sessions can be on location at the beach or park, or at home in the South Bay (LA not SF, those specials will come soon!), and is limited to Family or Kids sessions only. Not for commercial sessions (headshots are considered commercial).

Sessions are best reserved in advance as the mini sessions book quickly and please mention the South Bay Summer Special Mini Session when booking.

I look forward to seeing you this summer!


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Gregg & Kayla get engaged {Proposal Photography}

Gregg contacted me asking for me to document his proposal to Kayla on a beautiful Friday evening.

He had it all planned out; they were going for a sunset cruise on a friend’s boat, I was to “hang out” at the end of the jetty in Marina Del Rey (with my non-obtusive 400mm lens), they would turn the boat just right, he would get down on bended knee and pop the question.

The days leading up to the big evening, fires were raging in San Diego. Gregg was concerned with air quality and ash, I told him it shouldn’t be a problem, but in fact, it will work to our advantage and create an amazing sunset!

And it was an AMAZING sunset!

The whole evening was perfect! Kayla had no idea what was about to happen!






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