When you become a parent, your world view inevitably changes. In some ways, you’re prepared for that. After all, I don’t think there’s a single parent out there who didn’t receive tons of (sometimes unsolicited) advice from family members, friends, strangers in line at the grocery store, etc. But despite all of that advice, andContinue reading “The Unbearable Weight of “Should””
I went to Washington State University, but I root for Stanford. Pretty disloyal, right?
Harborview Park San Mateo, CA April 25, 2017 One of the perks of recruiting season is that while the position coaches are out on the road, Nathaniel and I have lots of long, open evenings to spend together. In an attempt to avoid spending all of those precious hours sitting on the couch watching ourContinue reading “Harborview Sunset”
In September, I got engaged to the love of my life. He took me to dinner at one of our favorite restaurants in Half Moon Bay on a Wednesday, in the middle of the season. He’d been acting strange all week, and had been pushing to go out that night instead of being homebodies asContinue reading “Engagement Photos”
Last night, Stanford faced USC for the third time in a year, this time at home on the farm. Stanford won once again, with a final score of 27-10.
I felt unbelievably proud getting to watch the love of my life complete his college degree- no small feat when you’ve consistently worked while being a student. Congratulations!
Last year, I had the privilege to shoot a pregnancy announcement for my dear friends Sam and Tyler, when they first learned the news about their little bundle of joy. Of course by now, they have their beautiful baby girl!
My camera hasn’t been doing much else besides gathering dust in the book shelf as of late. On Saturday morning, we ventured to Mavericks, the world-renowned (in)famous surf spot in Half Moon Bay, CA. Only one day prior to these pictures being taken, the El Nino-spurred waves had reached a height of 50-60 feet. TitansContinue reading “Mavericks”