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Swap Meet. Assignment 1

Whitney would listen to The Beatles with her dad while going to the swap meet so I just thought it was fitting to listen to The Beatles while scrolling through our morning.

So…This is my first homework assignment since I started class on Monday. I decided to document our weekend morning trip to our local swap meet. We definitely had to stop at the local Mary’s Donuts to fuel up first. hehe (its our cheat weekends)

Love living in California, the weather was perfect for a swap meet run. I was able to snag some shocks for my Harley and Whitney found more wood soda crates.

Now this is how I like to spend my weekend mornings..with my family doing things we love TOGETHER.





Goodbye 2013… Hello new starts


What a year 2013 has brought Us. Not only as a photography business, partners, teammates, photographers but as a growing family and husband and wife.  So much goes on in a day, in a week, in a month…..you turn around and the year is gone. Was it all you planned? Your daughter has grown and now walks and talks. She smiles and answers to her name now and is able to bless our aisle on our wedding day. Your loved ones around you grow the same. They also grow older with every sunset. Another wrinkle is added and hopefully another lesson is learned. Remember just that.

It’s a new year! Time to start again. Same plan? New Plan? Stop thinking about what you’re going to do and start doing it. It’s time to live your life, be who you are and forget about what happened in 2013. You learn your daily lesson and move on. Take your risks and never stop being yourself in the process, you only have one life and it’s yours only to live how you choose. Never give up. Believe in what you do and do it.

I spoon full of sugar goes along way. Have yourself a health serving everyday.

“Be in love with your life. Every minute of it.” -Jack Keronac

Congratulation to Keven and Debbie Bailey! They were married on Friday the 13th, December 2013 at the Bernardo Winery in San Diego, California.

Matt and Lyndsey-Married


No ones know how the day of your wedding will pan out. Anything can happen in the hours leading to one of the most important days of your life.. And yet it’s really just that. “It’s just another day and all cards will fall how they are suppose to..”

Will that day call for rain? Strong winds maybe erupt as your heading to the venue and all you can think about is if your vail will stay on? Did someone forget to turn the sprinkles off and the green, grassy lawn and chairs are now soggy and soaked? Did you wake up this morning with the brightest pimple between your eyes? Did someone find out their dress (or pants) don’t fit that you rented, at the last minute? Is the whole day running late because the make-up artist got stuck in traffic? Did the bride, moments before her walk down the aisle, take a nasty spill and have to be rushed to the ER for stitches?

What matters on a wedding day is that everyone you love is together to watch you seal the beginnings of your new life and that everyone has a good time.

Remember that the best defense is a good offense. The only thing we can expect is the unexpected itself! Surround yourself with your support team of problem-solvers to help alleviate stress. Try your best to remain calm and carry on. Or in this case pick a bride that does all of that for everyone else.

Shouldn’t the bride be at least a little nervous? NOT this one! Lyndsey remained relaxed and gorgeous till the sun went down. There isn’t anything better then that! The entire production was amazing to witness. The color of the decor, maids dresses and flowers spoke so loud and beautiful. A believe it was a success for our very first vineyard wedding.


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