Category: Couples

Couples 09.01.20

Point Dume Malibu Engagement Session

Point Dume, Malibu Engagement Session Andrew + Hali Up on the cliffs. Where the ocean is far from our reach. Where the wind carries our voices to the blue skies beyond and all we can decipher are ...

Couples 06.19.20

Nostalgic Days, a Sweet Session on the Beach

Looking back on these photos seems like a long lost memory. Bygone days soaking up the sun at the beach. A time when the air was fresh, when feelings were free and the only thing on our minds was how much longer until the sun goes down. It's nice to fill our hearts with hope again. To fill our bodies back up with happiness.

Couples 06.09.20

Finding Photographic Gems in Los Angeles for an Engagement Session

These two were the sweetest. They never had their photos taken before so were quite nervous in the beginning. Naturally we broke them down with some smoke bombs and most likely, terrible jokes. We roamed the alleyways of Los Angeles, found graffiti walls, hopped on trains, ran across bridges and shared a lot of laughs.  

Portrait 04.28.20

Stay Home Photo Inspiration

We started brainstorming ideas of what photos we could create at home. It's been fun, challenging, frustrating, annoying, fulfilling, pointless, narcissistic and everything in between. This one included butterflies.

Couples 02.25.20

Because a Session at Joshua Tree is Always Good

We showed them one of our favorite places to visit, to take photos at and they started with nervous laughter, asking each other "how are you" every time they locked eyes, which was was every time. Then we hit a groove, a stride and we were able to focus on their love and everything was comfortable, right. How funny the world is bringing two strangers together, quickly becoming each other's confidant, the one who knows you best, loves you most. 

Couples 02.05.20

Because Everything in Their Lives Together Officially Starts at Disneyland

We got a text from Cristina saying she had a super secret project she wanted us to work on with her. Without really knowing what we were getting ourselves into we responded with yeses and exclamation points but to each other we said, "I bet she's pregnant." And sure enough she was.