We’re Michael and Angela, but our friends call us… well, Michael and Angela! Which makes us friends! We help the most joyful brides and grooms celebrate the legacy of their love stories with romantic and timeless wedding photography. We are a sweetheart team obsessed with Taylor Swift, Taco Bell and puppies.
It was a complete surprise. Andrea had no idea. Nick had been planning this for months. A secret surprise proposal in South Lake Tahoe with friends and family! And the sweetest part? Well, we talked all about it at Andrea and Nick’s San Francisco Engagement Photos. 3 years ago, these two met in the usual […]
Getting Ready Planning for Great Wedding Photos starts with choosing the right getting ready location. We’ve seen it all from the extra room at the church building to the bright, wide open presidential suites in luxurious hotels. Whatever comes our way when it comes to our California weddings, we can make anything look great! But […]
So much history. Timeless. Simply beautiful. You might think we’re describing San Francisco City Hall, but we’re actually talking about Teresa and Peter’s love story. And it made this elegant San Francisco Engagement Session at City Hall and Sutro Baths the perfect location to celebrate their life together. Teresa & Peter met in high school—they […]
Flower girls playing in bed. Bridesmaids toasting champagne in matching PJs. A cathedral veil waiting to be placed. A suite full of beautiful girls cheering on our bride. Shelley & Austin’s boho inspired Allied Arts Guild Menlo Park Wedding started off the right way. Joyful conversation and celebration all around. This day was a long […]
It was so clear. You could hear it in his voice. When Spencer spoke his bride’s name, it was just absolutely certain. Susie… When this head-over-heels groom said his wedding vows to his sweet Susanna, his absolute certainty that he loved her washed over everyone in the room. Anyone could tell that this day had been a long-time coming, almost as if…
San Francisco is quite a special city to so many people. It’s particularly special for Michael—his dad used to commute from the East Bay into the city and would sometimes bring Michael along for the ride. Every time we pull over the hills of 280 and see the first signs of South San Francisco, Michael’s eyes light up like a little kid against the glass at a toy store. The iconic skyline with that…