When I met Tracy and found out she worked for Gary Vee at Vaynermedia, I knew this was going to be a perfect match. Then she went on to say how much she loved film and asked if I could shoot some film at her wedding. Yes, please! I started my photogtaphy on film. Yes, I am that old! LOL.
When we were trying to coordinate spots for their engagement photos in Palm Springs, I threw out that my wife and I would be on vacation in New York City during the start of November. I love Palm Springs, but I selfishly was hoping they would want to photograph in NYC. Our schedules ended up working out and Sammy and I cabbed our way across the Brooklyn Bridge before sunset to photograph these two lovers while on our vacation. I brought my Yashica-D film camera with me as well as a little surprise. Don't miss some of those shots at the bottom of this post. This has to be on the top of one my favorite shoots to date. I am itching to go back to NYC now! Haha. If you are a couple in love and want to photograph around New York, HIT ME UP! :)
The Historic Cree Estate in Palm Springs, California has never looked so good.
A San Diego wedding photography mastermind workshop with the always beautiful power couple.
Lisa & Henry’s beautiful Huntington Beach Wedding at The Newland Barn
Ashley & Rob celebrate being engaged on the rolling grass hills in Orange County, California.
A Palm Springs engagement dripping with style.
Impromptu sunset shoot at the Dana Point Headland.