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Category Archives: Weddings

Kirsten and Kirk

Kirsten and Kirk were such a dream to work with. Falkner Winery, in Temecula, was the perfect setting for their beautiful wedding day.View full post »

Karin and Eric

Karin and Eric were a true pleasure to work for. We convinced them to do a last minute engagement session to get comfortable in front ofView full post »

Danielle and Matt’s Wedding

You all remember Danielle and Matt from the bubbles engagement photo session? Well, their wedding photographs are so awesome, it was hardView full post »

Tiffany and Michael

Tiffany was a bridesmaid at Teresa and Aaron’s wedding (Next Exit Alums, we miss you T) at the Portofino Hotel and Yacht Club inView full post »

Kim and Jimmy

I don’t think that there is a greater honor for a wedding photographer than to shoot a fellow wedding photographer’s actualView full post »

Christa and Roman

Christa and Roman were our second wedding couple this spring to get married at a vineyard in wine country Temecula (out of three!). We haveView full post »

Stuart and Debbie

When Stuart and Debbie came in to meet with Next Exit Photography almost 7 months ago, it seemed like we were old friends. They found us onView full post »

Joanna and Charles

Let me tell you something about Joanna and Charles. These two were made for each other. It is so wonderful to see a couple have so much funView full post »

Simone and Ryan

Simone and Ryan were born to be Next Exit clients. It’s okay to say that, right? We all got along swimmingly throughout the entireView full post »

Joyce and James

Joyce and James put together a fabulous wedding at the St. Pius Catholic Church in Buena Park and the Radisson in Newport Beach. With theView full post »

Thao and Nathan

One thing I love about Chinese weddings (besides the food!) is the incredible sense of family and tradition. After spending 14 hoursView full post »

Suzanne and Michael

When Suzanne and Michael met with Adi and I last year before booking us to photograph their wedding, there was an uncomfortable silenceView full post »

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