thomas f riley wilderness engagement

Thomas Riley Wilderness Park Engagement - Marlene + Steve

For the second half of Marlene & Steve’s engagement session, we drove down the street from the Mission San Juan Capistrano to Thomas Riley Wilderness Park for more a nature vibe.

They were still dressed to the nines which I absolutely loved. I think it would be impossible to take a bad picture of them.

Here’s some of what we captured.

Coto De Caza Engagement - Christine + Dan

Photographed Christine and Dan's engagement session at Thomas Riley Wilderness Park and Dana Point Harbor. And to be quite honest, I could have taken their photos almost anywhere and they would have looked awesome, these two were fire!

Here's some of what we captured.

Orange County Engagement Session - Rachel + Marc

Went back to Thomas Riley Wilderness Park for Rachel and Marc's engagement session. Having shot there several times in the past, I decided to switch things up a bit and explore different areas of the park this time around.

We started off trail in the middle of some awesome oaks and then wandered our way through the park. As with any couple I shoot, I wanted to capture photos that reflects who they are. They're awesome, fun, and a bit silly with a side of love! Mission accomplished!

Can't wait for their wedding next year in Laguna Beach! Cheers!

Thomas F. Riley Wilderness Engagement Preview - Laura + Chris

Captured Laura and Chris' engagement session this past weekend at Thomas F. Riley Wilderness Park. I hadn't been there in a few months so I was surprised to see how green it was. Usually it's a bit dry but with the rain this past month, mother nature decided to give the rolling hills some life. I was stoked!

These two were a joy to photograph. We frolicked through the high grass and navigated our way through what seemed to be a photographers convention (there were literally 10 other photogs there). It's a popular place to shoot and you can see why below. 

Can't wait for Laura and Chris' wedding in November at the Villa San Juan Capistrano! WOOT!