This one time, Lydia over at Ever Ours published one of my engagement sessions and I waxed and waned about how honored I was to be part of her amazing photographic community. She celebrates real love, great photographers and amazing photos and I’m overjoyed to be featured on her blog for the 2nd time, with this gorgeous Culver City engagement session for Andy and Sarah.
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I hopped over to Los Angeles this week to rendezvous with my best mate after working at El Tour de Tucson. We had a serious weekend of wine drinking, cooking and relaxing on our agenda. The first stop on Saturday: LA’s Wine House, which had the biggest selection of regionally organized Italian Wines I’d ever seen. They also had a ton of harder to find favorites like Patz & Hall. What caught my eye, however, was this gem:
“THAT’S MY NAME!” I yelled. The sales agent unpacking wine on the aisle laughed and said I better buy it. I was a little expensive – $30 on sale down from $55. At least I know my worth is significant.
I couldn’t find a ton of information about Lindley Wines online. Their website is still under construction. Despite the fact that owners Jake and Frankie Lindley just started making wines (2011 was their first vintage), the wine was surprising smooth and quite delightful (I would expect me to be a bit more bitter and snappy).
End of story: I’d buy me again. Or maybe they should just give me some.
I went to visit some friends of mine in LA last week to celebrate a birthday and snap some engagement photos.
We had a BLAST.
There was a lot of giggling, an excessive amount of rosé, and some amazing photos taken.
I’ve been SUPER busy at work and with other photo assignments so I haven’t had time to edit all the photos from their engagement session but here’s a little sneak peak to tide you over.