As promised, here is part deux of Nataly + Christian’s wedding. I’ll stop writing here because this wedding needs no introduction, it’s that awesome.
Meet Lily + Young. They love each other very much. Can you tell? It was great spending some time with these two because I finally got to know Young a little better. When Lily first messaged me to tell me the news, I was super excited and extremely curious who this Young dude was. Seeing them interact was really really nice. Why? Because I got to see that Young really really likes loves Lily and that’s something we really hope for and want to see in our friend’s relationships. I am thrilled to be shooting your special day Lily! Thanks for giving me the privilege to capture your big day.
Get ready everyone because this wedding will blow you away with its beautiful details and beautiful people. I hope I did a commendable job capturing all the yummy goodness that Nataly worked so hard on. Big props for making those piñata table numbers. You are just full of talent. Check out her awesome illustration work here!
We are excited to announce that for our upcoming event, “Moms and Babes”, we are teaming up with a talented and up and coming MUA. Meet Karen Kim! This wonderful lady will be providing express makeovers to each of our special moms before they get into Gee’s focus. After hearing about our hopes to pamper the moms, Karen enthusiastically volunteered her time and talent for our event. Knowing how much preparation goes into getting out the door and how challenging it can be to give yourself some primping, we immediately fell in love with the idea!
Meet Sonia and David. They met through friends. One of the best ways to meet your significant other, don’t you think? After having spent some time with this sweet couple, I can say that they truly are sweet on each other. Partners for life – ready to battle life’s challenges together. That’s what it’s really about, isn’t it?
Announcing an exciting pop up portrait session for moms!
This event comes from the heart because as a new mother I know what it feels like to want to remember every single precious moment with my baby girl.
After giving birth, I struggled a lot about my identity… what it means to be a mom… I asked myself, “should I take a year, or so, for a maternity leave?” To be honest, I felt a little pressured to take time off because it seemed to be the normal thing that people do. Don’t get me wrong – I think it’s a great thing, but we are all unique and built differently. I realized it was okay not to take a year off and I realized that I wanted to keep shooting…