Tag Archives: wedding

Wedding guest with a camera

This post was written in retrospectively in July 2017 about a wedding that happened in August 2013. One of my closest friends from high school was getting married, so I made a big drive from Santa Barbara where I was working up to the Bay Area where we’re from.

This was within a couple of months of me getting my camera and within a week of me getting my macro lens. Whoa. This probably explains my excess of shots of table ornaments and food.  Continue reading Wedding guest with a camera

Weddings and Lions

My best friend got married! I’ve known him since, what, kindergarten? Maybe little girls fantasize about their friends’ weddings, but certainly not us. While we were sitting in math class or doing school projects or playing Super Smash Bros or rehearsing music duets together or just growing up side by side, I truly never about what this day would look like.

But here we are, 26 years later. He’s standing in City Hall with his wife, and I’m there alongside their families bearing witness with my camera to their ceremony.
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Fort Tryon Wedding

This was written retrospectively in July 2017.

I think that weddings in New York City are notorious for being ridiculously expensive. Following typical convention for decoration, guest lists, menus, flowers, and everything else in a place where everything is more expensive and space is hard to come by means expenses add up quickly. The solution? Focus on what really matters. Continue reading Fort Tryon Wedding

A wild summer of re-exploring California

This summer, I was on a mission: to take photos, hang out with friends and family, and have fun in general before med school consumes my life. Now, one week before I fly off to New York I must say… MISSION ACCOMPLISHED!!

Two months, 29 days (50%) with significant shoots, 4000 snaps, 650 shots developed, 3000+ miles on the road, so many great memories. Sit tight, and let your computers buffer up, because this is a big post!  Continue reading A wild summer of re-exploring California