Engagement sessions are always a fun, easy going way to get used to being in front of the camera. The bonus are the beautiful images the couple ends up with to cherish for a lifetime! Miriam, Jeff and I had a fun time exploring the springtime in amazing Paso Robles. Their wedding will be this summer in Big Sur, and I can hardly wait! Cheers!
After my initial consultation with Isha I could hardly wait to photograph her engagements, much less her wedding! I'm always up for a collaboration and adventure, and this one did not disappoint. Isha is a big fan of the unexpected and unusual, as you can see. Their wedding is going to be FULL of surprises, SO much to look forward to! Thanks for the fun afternoon Isha and Jeff!!!
Behind every successful business is an amazing TEAM. These words are true to the core for my company. A successful and prospering business can't exist from a single person, it simply wouldn't flourish. I can hardly express (in words) the gratitude I have to this collection of incredible women. If you're a client you've probably had the joy of connecting with one, several or all of them at some point of our 'business' interaction.
In all honesty, since the arrival of little miss Pip, my world has turned upside down, in incredible, as well as heart wrenching ways. Some of the best, and some of the worst days of my life have occurred over the past 2 years. Because of these ladies my company still exists. Seriously, if I didn't have each of them, there might not be an Allyson Magda Photography still in operation!
With my entire heart; THANK you, thank YOU, THANK YOU, and I LOVE EACH OF YOU!!! …..
Tina, Jill, (me), Ali, Ellie & Michelle
It's been my pleasure and joy to photograph these two little princesses for several years now. Braxtyn and Brody, two peas in a pod, most of the time (typical for sisters this age!). These two remind me so much of my sister and I growing up. Today she is one of my very best friends, we still have our quarrels occasionally, but deep down I feel so lucky that she is my "sissy." Love you so much Sissy! (I always called her Sissy growing up, but she's not really a "sissy" at all!)