Wendy and Dom got married a little over a year ago, check out their wedding here. They decided to hire me again for an anniversary session, just like families with kids would hire me to do a family photoshoot. I think it’s a wonderful idea to spend part of a day getting photographed and have the rest of the day to spend some quality time together. A great couple’s activity!
Just 8 months ago, little Ashley was barely walking and had stranger anxiety. Our first photoshoot had a rough start but eventually, little Ashley warmed up to “Auntie Vero” (as I like to call myself for children/family photoshoots). By the end, there were smiles, lots of smiles. See her first photoshoot here. It’s very gratifying when you can build and earn the trust of your most critical clients, which 100% of the time are the children and not the parents. Fast forward 8 months later, I met the Kwok family at Cuesta Park in Mountain View and this time, there were no tears, no anxiety. Instead, Ashely gave me a whole lot of smiles and even a hug at the end! Score!
In honor of Veteran’s Day, what a better way to celebrate and honor my current and former clients who have served for our country. In this set, Jason has served in the Air Force and he’s marrying Molly, beautiful woman inside and out. They chose SOMA/embarcadero as the backdrop for their engagement session and I look forward to their beautiful Wine Country wedding next year!
I had the pleasure of first meeting and photographing the Goel Family years ago when their first daughter Ananya was just a toddler. Now Ananya has grown to be a smart and sweet girl who is already a great role model for her little sister. I loved reconnecting with this family. The Goel’s were one of my early clients who believed in my work and took a chance hiring a new photographer. I’m so grateful for families and clients like the Goel’s. Without their trust and referrals, my business would not be what it is today. Truly grateful.