The Castro Theater in San Francisco just showed a restored version of Hitchcock’s Vertigo. I had forgotten how great this movie is and how much fun it is to see all the different neighborhoods in SF in the 1950s. When I got home, I decided to look up the locations in the film, and luckily someone already did that for me – here’s a link to a map of all the movie spots. I was delighted to discover that the opening chase scene took place on top of my first apartment building! (It wasn’t that exciting when I lived there, though.)
Oh my goodness, I’ve neglected this blog lately! But I’m back (at least for today) with a few images from a recent San Francisco City Hall wedding. This cute couple came to SF from Texas to get married and we had a great time going to some classic spots for photos. This is just a little teaser – more to come . . .
*Pantone’s color of the year is marsala.
*Marsala makes me hungry, and this marsala pasta bake sounds delicious.
*For something lighter, chicken stock is a good idea (I made this last weekend and I may never be able to go back to boxed broths.
*Unrelated to food, I love this dramatic look.
* ICYMI – pretty instagrams from the Golden Globes (I only care what people are wearing).
* If you haven’t seen Bad Lip Reading’s Hunger Games snippets, you are in for a treat. Here’s a bonus track.
This holiday season, I was honored to take photos of my beautiful cousin’s family, including her sweet twin girls. Here’s a few of my favorites from that shoot. (See, I’m catching up, here people!)
In my falling behind on posts, I realized I forgot to put up this lovely newborn session with Baby William (love a classic name). I was so flattered that this couple chose me to take their baby photos as I was a huge fan of their Lake Tahoe winter wedding & the gorgeous photography from that event. Check it all out!
Apologies for the lack of posting here – I’m going to try to get better about that in 2015. To kick that off, here’s a cute holiday session from December. I hope you’re all staying warm and enjoying a little winter downtime.