She was incredibly professional and made me feel both confident and beautiful.”
Her eye for every little detail is exquisite. I would highly recommend Luci... Even if you do not like taking photos, she might just change your mind. A clear and certain 10/10 experience."
She kept us laughing as she changed our positions and poses to capture the best of our family."
End-to-end, we couldn't have had a better experience!"
The photos are something we will treasure for a lifetime!"
What struck me the most was what a natural she is at giving direction. She makes you feel comfortable. It takes all the anxiety out of the photo shoot. We look forward to using her again and again."
From the Flowers In Studio Collection. I brought flowers into my photography studio during the darkest days of the pandemic. At a time when I knew people would not be able to visit the studio, flowers helped me to stay in practice and explore the art of photography. It started out as an intention to spend the weekend photographing peonies and grew into a passion that lasted the entire pandemic and continues to this day. This is the first flower that sat in the spotlight for me.
Taken from up high on Twin Peaks in San Francisco. The astonishing clouds were what first drew me to take this photograph. They loomed over our iconic skyline in such an eerily beautiful way on this late afternoon.
The greens of this scene caught my attention first. Old and discarded, they awaited their next phase at the garbage dump. They were used for years at our local summer festivals. I thought about all of the people who took a rest on them as I paid tribute to their service through the lens. I like to think that they live on in happy retirement.
I found this winding palm tree during a roam through a jungle in Mexico. Its gentle twist on the way to the top felt like a playful invitation to climb it.