A Few Little Things...

fter graduating from Art Center College Of Design with a BFA In Photography, I became a rock photographer.  I was lucky beyond words to have been able to photograph the likes of Joni Mitchell, David Byrne, Roy Orbison, and Tool, among others...and then...by accident...I shot a wedding.  And I was in love.  Since then, I have been graced with jobs that have taken me from my hometown of Los Angeles all the way to Morocco and beyond.

I have the great fortune to have had my weddings featured in Martha Stewart Weddings, The Knot, Inside Weddings, C Weddings, Town and Country, Elegant Bride, Grace Ormond's Wedding Style, Southern Weddings, Southern Living, Los Angeles Weddings, Angelino, Smitten, Reverie, Style Me Pretty, Green Wedding Shoes, Wedding Sparrow, Junebug Weddings, Photo District News, The Oprah Winfrey Show, and others.

I have the most fabulous, amazing husband a girl could ever want. We live with Gracie The German Shepherd, and a countless array of wild beasts that I endlessly try to lure into our yard.  I know at least 40 ways to cook a chicken. I love fancy appetizers, Maggie's Greens, and anything that is too spicy.  I am an ambitious eater of street food in Third World Countries, a Prius driver, a walker of dogs, an urban farmer, a worthy opponent, and a fierce ally.  

I am completely indebted to the incredible talents of Kris, Suzi, and Andrea, who helped capture the weddings included on this site, as well as the amazing and talented wedding designers, coordinators, and florists who have provided me with so much beauty to photograph.  And finally, heartfelt thanks and undying love to Fred Davis for again (and always) designing such a glorious website.



Every wedding is different, and all of my clients get custom packages. Please call to inquire about rates and services!

We shoot weddings worldwide and are always ready to jump on a plane… We have current passports, a vast collection of rolley bags, and can sweet talk our way through airport security with 80 rolls of un-x-ray-able film.