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Hello friends! It’s been a hot minute, but I am super super excited to announce this upcoming vendor interview blog series! Like most of you, I am often super curious about the BTS work that wedding vendors do for a wedding. Each person has their own role to play in the part of a couple’s […]

Wedding Planning

22 Questions: Vendor Interview with Haley Brantley

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Your wedding day is probably one of the most important days of your life, and possibly, one of the more hectic days of your life. Whether your wedding consists of 50 guests or 300 – a wedding day consists of a lot of moving parts working to make the day as smooth as possible. If you […]

Wedding Planning

The Wedding Timeline Guide

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3 months. It’s been 3 months since my last session and well, I was nervous. More like nervous-excited. It’s not as if I had spent the past 3 months watching Netflix and doing nothing else (ok, that’s only partially true), but during shelter-in-place, I admit, I felt pretty uninspired to photograph anything. My sweet little […]


Palo Alto Maternity Session | Chou Family

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When I first decided to become a photographer, I didn’t realize the implications that came with it. That I was an artist. That I had vision. That I had a voice. I always thought that success meant making a living doing what I loved and leaving it at that. But recently, I’ve realized I wanted […]


3 badass Asian creative women that broke the mold

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Well, it’s 11 pm over here in my office. I’m sitting in a dark room with a lonely desk lamp on, brainstorming on what to write about for my weekly blog post and…I…have nothing. Writer’s block is real ya’ll. So what I’ve decided to do is this. I’ve realized that we’re almost halfway through 2020. […]


We’re almost halfway through 2020 and wow, I have thoughts.

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Tea ceremonies are perhaps one of my favorite traditions to watch and photograph. As a first-born Chinese-American, I’m extremely proud of my heritage. And like most ABC’s (aka American-born Chinese), over time, I’ve managed to toggle between two different, yet beautifully rich cultures and traditions; such as eating too much during Thanksgiving and eating too […]

Culture, Photography Tips, Wedding Planning

Chinese Tea Ceremony: Everything you need to know and how to photograph one

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Sometimes, when I look back and think, I’ve always felt that it was my destiny to become a photographer. 1) As an ENFP personality, I’ve always loved making people smile and cheering them on 2) I’ve always wanted a job where I can make a positive impact on peoples’ lives 3) I love embarrassing my […]

Business, Personal

5 things I did to pursue my dream job

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Palace of Fine Arts Ahhh Palace of Fine Arts. Despite being a native of the bay area, I think I’ve actually only visited the Palace of Fine Arts once before becoming a photographer. And now, I can say that I’ve photographed here nearly a dozen times, each time finding a new undiscovered corner or garden […]


Palace of Fine Arts Engagement| Debra + Lawrence

palace of fine arts engagement
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If Kat and David’s engagement session had an epic blockbuster movie title, it would be entitled “Kat + David: The Last Engagement Session.” Kat and David’s Woodside Redwoods engagement was one for the books to say the least. A quick rewind. It was about a week before the engagement session, when I had checked the […]

Engagements, Uncategorized

Woodside Redwoods engagement | Kat + David

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It was a warm day in February when I made my way down to Gilroy to meet Katianna for an at-home maternity in San Jose. With a forecast of 75 degrees, it felt more like early spring (minus the allergies, thank God). As I made my way towards the beautiful white mid-century styled home, I […]


At-home maternity in San Jose | Katianna + Casey

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