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Trisha & Jeremy were SUCH a joy to work with!  I liked them straight away from our first meeting, when they told me one of the funniest engagement stories I’ve ever heard, and I’ve heard a lot!  I’m not going to retell it all here, but suffice it to say it involved oysters, volcanoes, and toilet paper – and I’m not kidding!!  But it’s how heartfully in love they are that really got to me.  They are so beautifully connected, it was a privilege to be with them on this day.   I was so happy to be shooting such a gorgeous couple, in such a stunning location on such a glorious spring day… I know that’s a lot of positive adjectives, but this wedding deserved them!  I love Old St. Hillary’s Church – you’d never guess we were still in Marin.  The bride was fashionably late to the Water’s Edge Hotel (don’t worry Trisha, you’re not the only it’s happened to!  ), so I had a little extra time with her carefully-chosen flowers and accessories both at the hotel and at Servino’s Restaurant on the water just a few doors down… Trisha is an artist who works at a gallery, and was clear from the beginning that she wanted classic Dutch still lives as the theme for the flower colors – so super rich!

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