Charles Bello & his wife purchased 400 acres of fields, streams and redwoods in Mendocino in the 1960s. Bello was an intern of Richard Neutra, and with his wife, built inspired structures on the land, including the Parabolic House. It’s off the grid & about an hour from any paved road. It is stunning and so very special. Erin & Ian traveled from San Francisco to elope in this special spot of Mendocino… and then their mothers decided to join them. It was a mini wedding in the redwoods followed by a delicious lunch prepared by Ian, a brilliant chef.
My gosh, thank you 7×7 for this gorgeous feature! The Launch for Hire Boathouse in Point Reyes is majestic and to see this multi-page spread is such a thrill. I am also so grateful to be selected as an Editor’s Pick for wedding photography. Yeowza!
Hannah + Matt eloped in Big Sur with a wedding at Ventana. The day was crisp and toasty–a perfect day for a wedding and a drive down Highway One. I love the intimacy of elopements and the sweetness of seeing a couple share each moment together. Getting ready together, walking down the aisle together–joyous togetherness.
K&G live in southern California but were married at their family’s home, a ranch in Carmel Valley. The sweeping vistas of the layered hills, the horses, the light, the wedding wagon, the flower girls throwing flower petals from the wagon, a cowboy…it was enough to blow my mind for good. I was toast. It was a beautiful, rustic wedding, with not one house for as far as the eye could see.