Brittany and Chris have helped me produce some the most unique and memorable images of this 2012 wedding season, beginning with Chris’ surprise proposal to Brittany in Los Angeles last fall: http://www.frame37studio.com/posts/the-next-chapter-chris-proposes-to-brittany/2461.
For their engagement session, Chris and Brittany wanted to continue bucking traditional trends by tailoring a shoot around a day at home. I absolutely loved the idea, especially when I learned about the chicken coop building project. We picked an early spring Saturday and designed the shoot around chickens, baking bread, making margaritas, pickling vegetables, gardening — all the homey things that Chris and Brittany love doing together. I had a blast, and I’m especially pleased with the resulting images.
Central Coast wedding photographer Keith Dunlop is an award-winning San Luis Obispo wedding photographer, internationally published photographer, with over 20 years of professional experience. He is a member of Central Coast Wedding Professionals, the National Press Photographer’s Association, is a contributing photographer to Latitude Magazine, and is a multiple winner of the WeddingWire Bride’s Choice Award. His documentary and editorial work is represented by Tandem Stills + Motion in Los Angeles.