Five year anniversary

I can't believe how quick the last 5 years has gone. I have to say, still one of the best days I mean weeks of my life. I seriously couldn't have asked for a better situation, 30+ of our closest friends and family joined us on the beautiful island of Kauai, HI for one week. It truly was a perfect situation. Not only did we have tons of time to hangout with everyone, explore the island, but I got to marry my best friend and my love. I wouldn't have had it any other way, so thankful for my in-laws for providing us the best wedding ever. Thank you again to all my friends that made it out, you all made it the best time! 

To my love, I can't wait to spend the next 50 years together! I love you more and more each year! Thank you for all that you do for our family.

I will leave you with a shot a shot from Dulce Photography, a Oahu based wedding photography company, Jonny and his crew were the best! 

Ok Seriously?

So I'm just wondering where the heck the months of May and June went? It seems like it was just yesterday since my last post, but in fact it's actually getting close to almost 2 months, YIKES, my apologies! Once again it's not from the lack of work, but more like an abundance of work, which I'm grateful and thankful for.

I have so much to share and talk about, but very little time. Luckily for Instagram I'm able to post some recent pictures, you can check them out HERE. But lack of time is just an excuse, this morning I actually mapped out a blog schedule for the next couple of weeks, keeping my fingers crossed that I can get into a rhythm.  If you missed my "dialed in" blog post I talk about getting things in order and blogging is one of them! So I'm going do my best over the next few weeks to get ya'll up to date with what's happening over here. 

Today I leave you with an image from a wedding I shot at Rancho Las Lomas

3 Days of blogging // Last wedding of the year

Today I had the honor of documenting the marriage of Chander and Brandon at the Wedgewood Golf Club in Fallbrook. It was the last one of the year for me and it couldn't have ended with a cooler couple. For all the craziness that happened today, I swear it would have put a huge damper on most people's day, but not these two, like I said the coolest. When I post their images I will explain the craziness, sorry to keep you in suspense. So for now here is a teaser shot I took with my Fuji x100s during the reception, I actually posted this within minutes on Instagram.


Fuji x100s | straight out of camera (SOOC)