I had the absolute pleasure of photographing a wonderful couple this morning, Alissa and Cameron, at the UC Davis Arboretum. They were so much fun, and so in love! It was a delight to capture the strength of their connection and the joy they took in each other's company. Thank you both so much!
Well, I'm finally catching up on some posts this year. Earlier this spring I had the pleasure of photographing the very adorable Lippman family at an Almond Grove just outside Davis. Though it was a bit foggy the blossoms (and the Lippmans) were beautiful! More from this shoot to come.
This past week I got together with one of my favorite families for some family and maternity portraits in the evening sunshine at one of Davis' many parks. I got some great smiles, and will be posting more shots soon of the newest member of the family!
This memorial weekend I had the pleasure of photographing Grace and her friend Nina at the UC Davis Arboretum. We made our backdrop the redwoods, and got some great shots under those blessedly shady trees. Congratulations and best wishes, Grace!
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I had the absolute pleasure of photographing the Bayless family this morning at the UC Davis Arboretum. There was some heavy fog we had to wait out, but the fading remnants made for some really neat shots.
I had the pleasure of photographing more of my good friend Toby today, this time outdoors in some gorgeous early-winter late-afternoon sunlight.
Today I had the pleasure of photographing Layla, possibly the most easy-going 13-day old I've ever met. She was quite the wiggler, and quite the poser, I loved it!
A member of the Eyes for Others Yolo County puppy raisers club, a chapter of Guide Dogs for the Blind, Whatley is a sharp, fiesty one, but has a very sweet and mellow side as well. Six months old, I got to photograph her on one of her mellow days.
You can learn more about Guide Dogs for the Blind and the Yolo County Eyes for Others puppy raising club by visiting their website: http://www.yologuidedogs.com/