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"I do" at 11,053 ft- Summit of Mammoth Mountain

July 30, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
Mammoth Lakes has become a second home to me over the past few years. My boyfriend and I go up there to snowboard, hike, rock climb, drink Mammoth brews,and surround ourselves with all the things that we love. Imagine my excitement when my previous client reached out to me because her and her new fiancé share the same love for Mammoth Mountain as I...
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Vancouver Island Adventurous Engagement Session

July 30, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
I have always been fascinated by the way the Pacific Northwest ocean meets towering snow capped mountains. What better place to experience this phenomenon than the west coast of Canada. During my recent trip to British Columbia, I spent a few days on the Sunshine Coast learning from the BEST mentors during the Cabin Fever Retreat workshop. I have n...
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In-Home Engagement Shoots to Mountain Top Elopements

April 30, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
Documenting Kylie & Cole's love has been nothing short of an adventure. From their intimate in-home engagement shoot to their stunning mountain top elopement, there was no shortage of love while capturing their journey together. When I first met these two, I instantly felt like we were good friends. Kylie's ear to ear grin and Cole's hilarious sens...
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Cabo San Lucas Couples Session

April 06, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
Traveling and taking photos are my two biggest passions, which is why it makes sense that becoming a destination photographer would be an ultimate dream. One of my favorite parts about Destination photography is that it is a pure adventure and when you have clients that trust your vision, that is when magic is made. When I met Zoubi and Don that is...
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The Ochoa Family- Three Year Photo Timeline

March 30, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
Watching a family grow is one of my favorite parts of being a photographer. There’s nothing like being able to connect and capture the biggest milestones of their lives. This is one of the many reasons I always knew I would be a family photographer. I met Melisa in 2015 when she was looking for someone to take photos for her Christmas card. Her da...
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