Lara & Shannon

Shannon and I have been best friends since I was 14.  Clearly she is gorgeous and exudes effortless style.  Of all my friends’ closets that I would love to raid, hers would be the one.   I met Lara in Tennessee.  She was one of Shannon’s roommates in college.  She is a ball of spunk and fun all rolled into one.  The three of us met up in Texas last week.  You may recognize the land the photos were taken on. I grew up on it, with cows, horses, goats, cats, one llama, and one dog.  In fact the limousine you see in the photo, used to be my mom’s car when I was in 5th – 8th grade.  Oh, the silly memories.  Thanks girls for reminding me of why I love photography.

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Nathalie Mazo (my fellow friend & photographer)

I met Nathalie 9 years ago in Florida at summer camp.  She had a film SLR and so did I.  I bought my first non-kit lens because of her.  Needless to say, we both became photographers when we grew up.  As luck would have it, she flew out to Hawaii last week on business.  We exchanged portrait sessions at Diamond Head Beach.  She is fun, vivacious, gorgeous, and fearless.  You’ll notice a couple of different editing styles in this session, because the light kept drastically changing as the sun frolicked in and out of the clouds.  To my dear friend Nat, hope you enjoy them.

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Robert & Yolanda

Robert is a charming chef with boyish dimples.  Yolanda is a cute teacher who spends her days molding the minds of little ones.  It’s clear that he adores her and that they are like two peas in a pod.  They got married in early September at the Cast Away Restaurant in San Bernardino.  Their ceremony was short and sweet.  Their reception was full of merriment and beautiful traditional Mexican dances.  You may recognize the maid of honor.  The last time you saw her was on my blog at her 30th birthday party in an afro wig and and a smashing seventy’s get up.

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