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  • Welcome to my blog!

    I am a wedding and lifestyle photographer, I love my job and I love my clients. I am a natural light photographer and I love the beauty of being outdoors. It is my passion to provide you with gorgeous images and capture the essence of true emotions of every moment.

    When it comes to weddings, I love to talk details with my bride. I get all gettie when we talk about DIY details, Homespun, and creative personal touches. For engagement session, I encourage my clients to use their creativity and pick a location that best fits their style and what they love to do.

    Whether you are interested in my wedding work or on location portrait session. I will work with you to come away from your session feeling gorgeous and amazing about yourself.

    Are you ready to take on this exciting journey with me?

Stacey + Ryan |Spanish Oaks Ranch | Santa Margarita, CA

When Ryan & Stacey met at Morongo Casino, who would’ve guessed they would be from the same small town, share so many interests and have so much in common. Stacey grew up with horses and had always dreamed of getting married in cowboy boots, riding in on horseback to meet her future husband. Ryan has a love for old cars and rustic route 66. They bonded, sharing their love for life dating for 7 years before Ryan finally popped the big question on an elegant dinner cruise up the Hudson River, in New York. Ryan and Stacey’s passions sparked the vintage country wedding theme. The venue was set at Spanish Oaks Ranch in Santa Margarita, California and was the perfect destination to tie together everything they loved. Instead of unity candle during the wedding ceremony they chose to take part in a Family tradition of a Nail and Cross ceremony celebrating their commitment , while creating a family heirloom that will pass on to future generations. All decor was DIY and definitely Pinterest inspired, as well as using items that’s had been in the family for a long time. The U.S. Letterbox belonged to Stacey’s parents, as a child Stacey would “mail off “scribbled letters. The wooden box at the s’mores station was from his Grandmothers garden. All the old license plates were found on cross country road trips with her Father. The horseshoe picture frames were inspired by frames made by her grandfather. Stacey and Ryan used actual horseshoes from their horses to make centerpiece frames for their tables. Supported by family and friends, every detail was chosen for a reason and each piece has a story of its own.lester_001lester_002lester_003lester_004lester_005lester_006lester_007lester_008lester_009lester_010lester_011lester_012lester_013lester_014lester_015lester_016lester_017lester_018lester_019lester_020lester_021lester_022lester_023lester_024lester_025lester_026lester_027lester_028lester_029lester_030lester_031lester_032lester_033lester_034lester_035lester_036lester_037lester_038lester_039lester_040lester_041lester_042lester_043lester_044lester_045lester_046lester_047lester_048lester_049

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