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I remember that feeling when Abuelita Tini got up to her room. Her fragile hands were carrying a big suitcase, probably from the 70’s or so. Inside were hundreds of prints, photos, and polaroids from her lifetime. She elegantly displayed it over her bed sheets, and her kids and grandkids surrounded the scattered treasures.

These last couple of weeks have been full of planning, reviewing, and just getting things done! Meeting with new people who plan to celebrate their love stories, organizing our office, going green! (which requires a lot of shredding and recycling), doing inventory plus planning for tax season is the norm for January, but we can’t […]

Over the last four years, we’ve been honored to work as a husband-wife team, serving other husband and wives-to-be. We wholeheartedly believe in marriages and preserving memories. Getting to do it together is also not too shabby. Serafin Love represented something, a 4-year season of hardcore work, growth and artistry. After solidifying what we want […]

As I sit here in the Philadelphia airport and write this, I can’t help but be grateful for this week. After being four years in business, I gave myself the indulgence of traveling out of state to attend wedding photography workshop with the incredible Justin and Mary Marantz. It was a small group us of […]

There I was… Clinging…Grabbing a hold of the foothold with my semi-injured hand on the rock. The gravel of the rocks on the higher cliff made it uneasy and the sand blowing in the wind almost blinded me. The ocean grew even more ferocious, and the tide rose higher. I wanted to desperately look back […]

Let me introduce you to my new take on my photography business. I’m not the biggest “on-camera” person. I think I’m way too loud, giggle like a mischievous four-year-old and often speak in tangents. So let me preface this by saying that in the making of this segments, I wanted it to stay 100% me. […]