Monthly archives:March 2016

  • A Day In SF - Vacation Photography

  • Every year we spend Christmas in Sacramento with my inlaws. This last year was extra special. We gifted Grandma and Auntie tickets to The SF Ballet Nutcracker! The day after Christmas all the girls headed to San Francisco. We went to the pier, had dinner at Scoma's before heading to the ballet. I was so excited to take Kara to her first real ballet and the SF Nutcracker did not disappoint! Snowfall, tutus, nutcrackers, Christmas trees...  just magical! Hoping these girls days out in the city become a yearly Christmas tradition.
  • Little Jakob - Los Angeles Newborn Photography

  • Meet Jakob. You may remember him from his Malibu maternity session a few weeks ago. :::wink::: After having so much for with his parents at the beach I could not wait to meet him. He did not disappoint! He was so precious and content. Very alert and interested in what I was up to with my camera. His mama, who is a fellow photographer, is going to have so much fun photographing him as he grows up. He is already clearly a great little model!
  • On Sunday Morning - Los Angeles Farmers Market Family Photography

  • When we first moved to Los Angeles, we spent Sunday mornings at The Original Farmers Market. Specifically Bob's Donuts. Our family would walk over, eat donuts, grab some berries from the fruit stand, and stroll through The Grove, making wishes at the koi fountain before heading back home. The kids LOVED this. I loved that the kids could run around freely before the large crowds would take over. Over the last few years, this little tradition slowed and walks to the Farmers Market have become rare. We go when friends from out of town visit, birthdays and December nights for hot cocoa's and snowfall at The Grove. This past Sunday we gathered up our little crew and headed out for donuts, camera in tow. I think this little Sunday tradition needs to become a more regular thing for our family again. Does your family have a weekend morning tradition like this? I would love to hear about it in the comments!