Genevieve and Jose’s wedding and reception were held at the LoftSEVEN Penthouse in the Haas Building on Seventh Street in downtown Los Angeles. Adding excitement to the day was the May Day Immigration Rally which took over that part of downtown earlier in the day. That being said, since Genevieve is an immigration attorney, we certainly wove that event into our photography. If you’re a family member or friend of Gen and Jose and you’d like to see more photos, click here to view the entire wedding gallery.
The HAAS Building in downtown Los Angeles — the site of our event.
Broadway and the Immigration Rally from the roof of the LoftSEVEN Penthouse
Genevieve and the bridesmaids arrive downtown. As Gen is an immigration attorney I
thought it only natural to incorporate Immigration Rally protestors into the background of
this photograph. Now I’m a photojournalist! (inside joke)
Who, What, When, and Where
(was this an English assignment?)
The shoes with 7 inch heels. Well, maybe not 7–but they were tall!
The rings again! Please don’t fault me for having two ring shots in one blog post!
The Window Slats
And from another angle …
Gen with her father and sister.
Gen and Jose see each other for the first time on their wedding day. When I’m working with couples
who see each other before the ceremony, I always try to fashion a special moment.
I’m sure I have a photo of Jose dipping Gen and kissing her passionately … but this is a PG blog so I left it out.
I never include traditional portraits in my blog posts. That being said, here’s one to
appease the screaming masses who are always asking to see them.
The cool thing about this photo is Gen’s dad walking up the steps in the background.
We take to the streets for a little taste of downtown Los Angeles — Rob Greer style!
Crossing the street never looked so good!
Los Angeles — need we say more?
I love photos like these as I hope they convey this history of the moment when viewed decades from now. For example, in the background we have an $8 price for parking, several types of cars, coin operated parking meters, and the logo for a fast food joint. How much will those things change in 10, 20, or 30 years?
I found a pretty cool location across the street from the HAAS Building …
… and Gen and Jose made it even better.
Flower Girl Feet
(how else could I label this photo?)
Wedding in Downtown Los Angeles
The ceremony view from the top floor of LoftSEVEN.
More Pretty Flowers
The Tasty Cake
The caterer prepares the salads.
The first dance was sweet.
And the father daughter dance was WILD!
(Gen’s sister joined the fun!)
Flower Girl on Floor with Shoes
(I guess I’m not being very creative with my captioning tonight)