Posts tagged marin headlands
Kirby Cove + Golden Gate Bridge Couples Session

Hayley + Bentley moved to San Francisco from Utah recently and I got to meet up with them for a quick photoshoot in their new home. We bonded over being Bay Area transplants and hiked down to one of my favorite spots in the Marin Headlands with an incredible view of the Golden Gate Bridge, Kirby Cove. We skipped rocks + ran around on the beach until the fog rolled in. By the end of our time together, I felt like we were old friends! I can’t wait for more adventures with these two! They are two of the most joyful souls and I loved getting to know them + capturing their love in San Francisco.

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Nicola + Broc Sausalito + Marin Headlands Engagement Session | San Francisco Wedding Photographer

I met up with Nicola + Broc in Sausalito before shooting their engagement photos in the Marin Headlands. We stuffed our faces with tacos, Coronas, + margs which is basically the perfect pre-engagement shoot activity - highly recommend. They’re having an epic destination wedding in Mexico, so they wanted to incorporate something colorful + festive into their photos and Sausalito Taco Shop was the perfect spot for that. We headed out to one of my favorite hidden trails in Marin with an incredible view of the Golden Gate Bridge. We frolicked around with their dog Loki until the sun set and it was a freakin blast.

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Amber + Luke Golden Gate Bridge Couples Session | San Francisco Wedding Photographer

I got to meet up with Amber + Luke when they stopped in San Francisco on their long road trip across the US to take photos at Slacker Hill in the Marin Headlands. Such a beautiful spot for engagement or couples photos with a view of the Golden Gate Bridge!

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Vicky + Toby Rodeo Beach Engagement Session | San Francisco Wedding Photographer
Breana + Liam Marin Headlands Couples Session | San Francisco Wedding Photographer

I had a blast exploring the Marin Headlands with Breana and Liam! We found some secret spots around Black Sands Beach that were so beautiful - they reminded me of Iceland!

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