San Diego Wedding Photographer
Your wedding day is going to be a whirlwind of excitement and emotions. You’ve spent months planning! The last thing you want is to worry about whether someone is getting all the important shots. Photography should be one less thing you have to worry about. Pretty pictures are nice (and believe me, you’ll get plenty of those) but moments are what matter the most. From the tear in your dad’s eye to the look of nervousness on your groom’s face as you walk down the aisle, I’ll be there documenting every detail, big and small, including those important family formals. Leave the photos to me, and all you have to do is focus on looking awesome and having an amazing time. When it’s all said and done, I’ll give you beautiful and meaningful images that will not only make you remember what you did but the emotions you felt.
I want you to have a great experience too!
I’m not your average hired vendor, I’m more like a friend with a camera (that is, a skilled one who takes awesome photos and won’t bail on you at cocktail hour!) When you work with me, you’re getting someone who genuinely cares about you. I’m the one smiling behind the camera, cheering you on, tearing up during your vows, reassuring your mom and maybe even getting out on the dance floor if you play the right song. “Hint, hint…We Found Love by Rihanna is one of my faves!”.
Now that we got that cleared up…Hey y’all! That’s the southern girl in me shining through. I’m Linda, a Florida girl at heart and San Diego transplant. I live with my husband, two kids, and my dog Ranger, who loves to keep me company when I’m working at my desk. One of these days I’m gonna teach him how to edit photos.
WHAT I’VE BEEN UP TO
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