Their meet-cute was by way of a set-up. Brooke and Ryan’s parents were good friends and after a quick introduction at a pizza place, they fell in love. Brooke and Ryan are both so charismatic and just such a joy to be around.
I gotta say, that hike was more challenging than I was anticipating. Some huffing and puffing is good for the soul right? But not to worry, it was all worth it in the end. I’m so so happy with the final photos, and so excited to see one of my photos printed and hung in their new home.
“Don’t be offended, but I definitely won’t remember your name,” were Katie’s first words to Rafe when they met at a pool party their first week of PA school. Welp, in Rafe’s words “turns out she did.”
Tan and I had snagged an airbnb in Joshua Tree that peaked our interest. “Casa de la Muxer” described a 1940s adobe style home with vintage details so naturally I was pumped. I thought it could be a good location for an engagement session that I had booked with some pals who were going to crash with us, and I was right.