Chantal & Lazaro | Castello di Amorosa | Napa Valley Engagement

Chantal & Lazaro are getting married tomorrow! These two have been such a joy to work with and I cannot wait to document and celebrate their love story.  For their engagement session, we wandered around the stunning grounds at Castello di Amorosa. Here are a few of my favorites from our session! See you two in the morning! xx

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Charisma & Family | 1 Year Old

Sweet little Charisma just turned 1 year old so we celebrated with a shoot! This cutie belongs to my dear friend and I was so happy that I could reconnect with her and document her beautiful family. They are all so kind and loving and made me smile the entire time. Raven, thank you so much for choosing me to document your family. You are all so precious and it truly is an honor to document these memories for you. xx

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Heather & Clinton | Engagement

Heather & Clinton are getting married this weekend! These two are so much fun to be around and super adorable to photograph. Heather loves sunflowers, so we found the most beautiful field to run around for their session.  Here are a few of my favorites from our shoot! Congrats you two, I can’t wait to celebrate with you on Saturday! xx

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Tsukiji Fish Market | Tokyo, Japan | Crystal Lynn Collins

One of my most favorite days in Tokyo was spent wandering the Tsukiji Fish Market. The alleyways outside the market were lined with shops selling just about anything you could think of. We ducked into a cute little coffee shop for lattes, ate sushi for breakfast, watched a young man roasting chestnuts, picked out pottery to bring home and got totally lost in the chaos. Inside the market was fascinating, and quite a bit heartbreaking. Anything you can imagine in the ocean, you could find in a bin for sale. The smell was overwhelming. The floor was soaking wet, sticky, and stained pinkish red from the constant flow of blood. Truly and incredible experience to walk through and observe the largest and busiest fish market in the world.

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