Barbie called me last week and asked if she and Ken could drop by my Los Angeles studio for a few bridal portraits. Although some of the photos I captured are kind of trite, the customer is always right; I photographed everything they requested! Both Barbie and Ken were a little stiff when we began the session but by the end they had loosened quite a bit. So what do you think? Did Barbie and Ken rock the house?
Check out these madhotsexy™ Christian Louboutin shoes!
And this ring must have really set Ken back!
Ken needs to invest in some socks.
Barbie’s piercing blue eyes are truly haunting peering through her veil!
Yippee! Look at my super huge wedding veil!
I recently announced a contest where the prize was a free wedding portrait session. To enter, I asked folks to explain why they felt they deserved to win. Kiara and Clay’s response was truly touching. They’re unable to have a professional photographer on their wedding day, so I’m hopeful that these photos will serve to help preserve their memories of this special time in their lives. As you can see, we met at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in downtown Los Angeles. I think we tore up the place. What do you think?
This photo deserves to be printed huge.
I love working with the many reflections at the Walt Disney Concert Hall.
I hope Frank Gehry doesn’t mind Kiara’s foot on his wall!
This is my favorite image from our one hour portrait session!
Ileana and John asked for a brief wedding portrait session to celebrate their elopement. I suggested that we meet in downtown LA at the Walt Disney Concert Hall and Ileana agreed. As their "wedding photographer" it was really easy to make them look great. Right before we started their session, Ileana told me that she had asked her Mattel Magic 8-Ball if I’d provide them with great photos. The Magic 8-Ball replied, “Very doubtful.” Was the 8-Ball correct?
This was my favorite image from our session!
I call this area of the Walt Disney Concert Hall the hall of mirrors. I wonder what it’s really called. Do you know?
This is one of my favorites spots to photograph folks
when I’m working the Walt Disney Concert Hall.
I always take traditional as well as creative portraits when I’m
photographing a bride and groom. This session was no exception.
Top of the world Ma!