Author: teatimewithlisa

Weddings

Laura & Travis – Walnut Creek, CA


Last July (of 2014), we had the pleasure of covering Laura & Travis’s lovely wedding at the Boundary Oak Golf Course in Walnut Creek. Prior to the ceremony, Laura and Travis wanted to exchange letters and say a prayer together without seeing each other. So they were separated by a room divider, and Travis was

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Engagements

Yuen & Jonathan – Hayward, CA


Another great east bay engagement shoot at Garin Dry Creek Park! Despite Jonathan being sick, they both were great to work with and easily had fun during the shoot. Yuen is also a wedding photographer herself so she already knew what to do and what elements to look out for. They also brought along their cute

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Engagements

Michelle & Adam – Castro Valley, CA


The day we did this photo shoot was on the one golden day amidst a whole week of rain. We were very fortunate that this day landed the weekend! Michelle and Adam’s theme for their wedding (which is taking place in Buffalo, NY) is a garden theme. So what more fitting than to visit a park

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Engagements

Angela & Eddie – San Francisco, CA


Days prior to the the photo shoot, I ventured around the streets of San Francisco in search of some great spots to have a photo shoot. When corresponding with clients, I always ask them what kind of “look” they want to go for, if any. Angela expressed she that she wanted a little bit of

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Engagements

Travis & Laura – Berkeley, CA


It was a beautiful overcast day in Berkeley at Codornices Park where I finally got to meet Laura and Travis for the first time. Neither of us have ever been to this park and it was a great adventure for all of us. Tucked away in the suburbs of the Berkeley hills, Codornices Park is

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Portraits

The Chen Family – Garin Park


Although I enjoy the excitement of shooting at fast-paced weddings, this family photoshoot was a nice change of speed. The Chen family, Bryant, and I carpooled to Garin Park which was not far from their residence in Union City. The weather conditions were perfect; it wasn’t uncomfortably cold nor too hot to produce sweaty faces

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