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Father’s Day Portraits and Family Reunions

 Father’s Day Memories Do your children have an adorable portrait of their Dad playing with them? These special memories will be priceless one day and I want to help you capture them. I love making candid images of Dads having a tea party, playing a superhero or cuddling on a sofa with the family. Treat […]

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Walnut Creek Family Portraits | Julia & Eric

I was lucky enough to photograph Julia and Eric’ss beautiful wedding almost seven years ago in San Francisco and now I get to make their Walnut Creek family portraits! That’s one of the best parts of my jobs: continuing to work with beautiful couples after the wedding when they start a family. Julia and Eric wanted […]

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Professional Business Portraits | Amy

Amy knew it was time to update her professional business portraits and wanted and editorial style. We wanted to do something different than a standard headshot so we chose two Oakland locations that gave us variety. I adore the outfits Amy chose. The red blazer with dark jeans and heels created a flirty look and […]

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Celebrate Spring with Whimsy Boutique and Nightingale Photography

WHIMSY &  NIGHTINGALE PHOTOGRAPHY Happy Spring Everyone!To celebrate this beautiful season, Whimsy children’s boutique and I have joined forces to bring you a wonderful opportunity for custom family portraits. Now, when you spend $100.00 or more at Whimsy, in Lafayette, receive a complimentary 45 min. custom family portrait session and an archival 8×10 print. That’s a $250 value! […]

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Piedmont Graduation Portraits | Kayla

I recently photographed Kayla’s graduation portraits in Piedmont. She is set to graduate from Sonoma State and her parents wanted to mark this milestone with a beautiful gallery of professional portraits. I have no doubt she is ready to rule the world, and I loved her confidence and grace. She is not only brilliant but a […]

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