It was a huge honor, and humbling, to walk onto the amazing grounds of the La Costa Resort & Spa last night, make our way through the hundreds of wedding professionals sipping on wine, tasting the amazing hors d’oeuvres and talking business, and finally end up at a table stacked tall with copies of the new issue of San Diego
The 2012 edition of San Diego Style Weddings magazine has hit newsstands, and we’re proud to announce that White Haute Photography has the first cover-shot of the year! We were honored to shoot one of the main bridal shoots for the magazine, which was held at the Estancia Hotel in La Jolla, which you will see below. In addition, our
So last night we were treated to an amazing party by Dena, Kailyn and the staff at San Diego Style Weddings magazine for their 2011 launch at the Hard Rock Hotel in San Diego. Not only was it a worthy cause, all attendees had to bring a toy for Toys for Tots, but we were also able to check out
So, if you didn’t know, I grew up in the beach town of Encinitas, just north of San Diego. It’s always been a pretty big, yet sleepy, surf mecca. Now at over 60,000 residents, it’s gaining some exposure as home to some of the best surf spots in the United States, including one of the most famous in the world,
It’s always an honor to be asked by another photographer to shoot portraits of their family. On this day, we met up with Sarah and Jason for a few hours to celebrate their ten year anniversary. Sarah owns Itsy Bitsy Photography, and we have watched her photography for quite some time. These two are so much fun, and so in
White Haute Photography is proud to be featured on the Style Me Pretty blog as part of the 2010 LookBook for Joan Shum Couture gowns. Be sure to check out her gorgeous gowns, the beautiful hairpieces supplied by Lo Boheme for our shoot, and of course the White Haute Photography images of the White Blossom and Silver Bell dresses.
Recently I had the pleasure of working with some of the best in the wedding industry for a beautiful bridal shoot in downtown Los Angeles. The exquisite gowns were created by Joan Shum, who creates some of the most gorgeous dresses you have ever seen. The model was the wonderful Kensy. Hair and makeup were provided by the uber-talented Maggie
2009 has been one heckuva year, and looking back, with one month left, the exciting stuff still hasn’t even happened yet. Hopefully more on that soon! But on this day before Thanksgiving, it’s definitely time to give thanks to those people and things in my life that have made me who I am today. First off, no one has had a bigger impact on me than my amazing wife Erinn.
One of our past clients, Dana, who participated in our Trash the Dress shoot last year, runs the Broke Ass Bride website, a great blog full of ideas for brides on a budget! We were honored to guest blog this week, discussing how to make the most of your day when it comes to your pictures! Be sure to check out our post here!
We first had the pleasure of meeting Diandra in the fall of 2008, where she joined us as a bride, ready to trash her dress at the March Air Force Base group shoot we planned. Since then, she has grown her own photography business, and recently she came to us, ready to add new profile photos to her photography website for Diandra Ann Photography. We were honored that
My wife Erinn was recently interviewed by The Bokeh Pot, a photography blog that features some of the brightest stars in the photography industry. It’s a pretty cool article, and I’m a proud husband to see her get this recognition! If you’d like to read the full article, click here!
Got back from our whirlwind trip to Northern Arizona, and had to post a few sneak peek images! We hit the Grand Canyon, the Antelope Canyons in Page and Horseshoe Bend. Full write-up and lots more photos to follow!
Erinn and I are up in our hotel room in Flagstaff, spending a long weekend in northern Arizona seeing the sights. Today we decided to hit the Grand Canyon, a place she has never been and I hadn’t visited for probably 20 years. We headed up first thing in the morning, and our first couple hours along the South Rim were greeted by dense fog rolling up the canyon walls
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