This last weekend Evan and I went up to the Russian River area to shoot a wedding together. We took an extra day to explore the forest and the coast, and we couldn’t have been more in our element. The wedding was outdoors by the river, surrounded by towering redwoods, and breathtaking in every way. It was a perfect fit and we feel so lucky to have met some new friends and been the ones to capture the day. Northern California, we love you.
When we’ve both worked a long day and don’t feel like making dinner, we’ll whip together this kale quinoa dish. So quick, and so ridiculously good. We’ve even had it without the goat cheese and it still makes our mouths water. Super healthy, delicious, and vegan friendly: win win.
When I did my first engagement session ever in the Blue Ridge mountains of North Carolina, I was a little miffed upon arrival that someone had taken the exact spot I’d had my eye on for weeks. Little did I know that Ghosts of Old Highways was being filmed and it was no other than a musician I was a fan of, Ben Lovett. Oops. Regardless, we shared the mountain space and it looks like we both were happy with what we got that day. The film was recently released and it was awesome to watch some of the scenery I know. It’s intense and a little crazy though, just a forewarning. We stumbled across it at the wedding scene… which made us have NO idea what could possibly be going on.
This weekend we get to head to Evan’s hometown near San Diego and capture some faces we love getting hitched. Which, in our book, is the best thing we could possibly be doing. Hope you all are finishing up a wonderful week!