The Clarke Estate in Santa Fe Springs was the historic backdrop for Linda & John’s outdoor, summer wedding!

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My stunning friend Cristi got married last year! We did a late summer bridal shoot after the wedding. Love her boho style dress and hair!


I shot Silverstein at House of Blues in Hollywood last month on their Discovering the Waterfront 10 Year Anniversary tour. Probably my last time at that venue before it’s torn down! My buddy Victor Zeiser of Squeek Lights is one of the best LDs I’ve had the pleasure of working with. Enjoyed shooting this set for his website!

Check back for a follow up post with promos I shot for the band later on in this tour!

January 30th, 2015
House of Blues Sunset – Los Angeles, CA


I got do to engagement photos for this incredibly photogenic couple this week!


I’m glad I didn’t have to wait long to share these bridals of Meredith! So gorgeous! She and Ryan got married in June and moved across the country just a few days after this shoot. See their wedding post here.

Catie and I are always up for a fun, fashionesque photo shoot in unique locations. Just another Tuesday evening for us!

Dallas is an easy weekend getaway destination for us here in Oklahoma City. I make frequent trips there, whether for a concert, a visit to IKEA, or just for fun! My best friend Cassie and I drove down recently and attended a red dirt music festival.

On the way to the festival, we found a awesome field that we couldn’t pass up the chance to shoot in. The sun was just setting and gave us great light. (The photos of me were taken by Cassie.)

I thought I was done with WPPI, but I completely forgot about the roll of film I shot in my Holga in Vegas! During my recent trip to New York (which I will blog about soon), I shot mostly film. When I developed them, I found a rogue roll from a few months earlier. As Holga goes, the images produced are very unpredictable, which is all the fun! Enjoy!

This photo was taken by Caite Barlett: