Katherine and Justin

A few weeks ago I flew up to San Francisco to shoot Katherine and Justin’s engagement session.  You may recognize Kat because I have shot two of her sister’s weddings.  I love working with her family and I was ecstatic that she also asked me to photograph her wedding.

I was excited to shoot their session in San Francsico because it’s where they live and they love that city.  But, I’m not going to lie.  I’m not a huge fan on San Francisco.  Mainly because I associate the city with earthquakes.  Yes.  We get earthquakes down here.  But, in San Francisco bridges collapse during earthquakes.  And, also that darn “city by the bay” song plays in my head over and over again when I’m in San Francisco.

For Kat and Justin’s shoot we went ALL over the city.  They were my personal tour guides for the day.  It was a totally unique experience to spend so much time with my clients.  I loved it!  And their love for San Francisco made me hate the city a little less.  I even went over a bridge for them.  That says a lot!

I’m so looking forward to their July wedding!  For now, here are my favorites from their session!

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7 Responses to Katherine and Justin

  1. tamsen says:

    I’m always impressed by your ability to shoot in full sun! Beautiful images!

  2. Wow! These are gorgeous! One of my new favorite sessions of yours!!

  3. drewb says:

    Thank you, Susanne! It was a fun session!

  4. Shoni says:

    Wow…this has to be one of the best engagement sessions I’ve ever seen…seriously! So much diversity and consistency. Do you mind if I pin so of these?

  5. drewb says:

    Thank you, Shoni!

  6. Bobbie Brown says:

    Wow! This shoot – and the locations – is incredible!!!! LOVE everything about it!

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