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Peter, Jeanné & Ruby

A few weeks ago I had a wonderful annual shoot with Peter, Jeanné and Ruby. When I spoke with Jeanné about location ideas, she mentioned either doing the shoot at the carousal like we did last year and have Ruby sit on the same lion, which could be fun for a yearly shoot to show how much she's grown, or try something at the new Academy of Sciences. I just couldn't pass up shooting at the museum! I knew it'd be a challenge with tons of folks everywhere and Ruby running all over the place, but I was ready for it.
peter, jeanne & rubyrubypeter, jeanne & ruby
ruby
ruby
ruby
rubypeter, jeanne & ruby
oxoxo,
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Steve & Patricia : September 13, 2008

Steve & Patricia were married at the amazing Saints Peter and Paul Church located across from Washington Square in North Beach. This was my first time shooting a wedding there and I was thrilled to bits to finally have the opportunity. The architecture and art is amazing. And Steve and Tricia couldn't be any lovelier, they were such a joy to work with. Their reception was held just up the street at Joey and Eddie's restaurant.
steve & triciasteve & triciasteve & triciasteve & triciasteve & triciasteve & triciasteve & tricia
steve & triciasteve & tricia
oxoxo,
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Katie & Theo : August 31, 2008

Katie & Theo were married at the beautiful B.R. Cohn Winery in Sonoma on August 31st. It was an absolutely gorgeous wedding.
katie & theo
Katie's father drove her to the ceremony site in an old classic MG.
katie & theokatie & theokatie & theokatie & theokatie & theokatie & theokatie & theokatie & theo
oxoxo,
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Evelyn

It's that time of year again... time for a shoot with one of my all time favorites kids, it's Evelyn! Click here to view photos from last year's session. Meanwhile, this year we decided to have the shoot at a pumpkin patch. We had so much fun, and I believe it shows!

The morning started off with some yummy pumpkin bread... mmm-mmm!
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oxoxo,
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