Here I post recent shoots, client testimonials, my inspirations, and my travels with my loved ones. Stay tuned, so far 2017 held over 15 trips. The coming years will fill these pages with a joy and love for life we've been waiting on for decades. Please enjoy my thoughts and images as you visit. 

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American Martyrs Catholic Church | Thanksgiving Baptism Manhattan Beach Family Photos

We met at American Martyrs Catholic Church in Manhattan Beach to celebrate the baptism of a new baby to this wonderful local family. When so many family members get together, I make sure to take some family photos. I’m glad we got the whole group together on the steps. Sounds of children running and laughing […]

November 30, 2017

Angela's Musings, Events, Families, Venues

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South Bay Wedding Photography | Jess & Lance

I specialize in storytelling at weddings, capturing personality and genuine expressions in my wedding photography. Beautiful wedding photography usually shows these things and helps you feel like you were there when you look at the photos.  Couples love my natural-looking portraits, candid family photos, and award-winning custom wedding album designs.  Here Jess and Lance are getting […]

November 1, 2017


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El Segundo Senior Photos

Senior Photos for El Segundo’s Eagles have been fun to create.  Families are enjoying having a new choice for senior and family photography, and for that  am thankful. El Segundo High School has some excellent minds and athletes. So far I’ve photographed Football, Baseball and Lacrosse players. Senior sessions are all about featuring the personalities […]

October 16, 2017


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El Segundo Senior Portraits | ESHS Eagles Football

SENIOR PHOTOS | El Segundo Jess came to me for senior photos and was a joy to work with. Jess is as nice as they come. His laugh filled the studio and we enjoyed talking about all kinds of things – we both love spaghetti. Jess is a varsity Football player and wants to major in […]

September 13, 2017


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FAQ for Family-Headshots-Seniors Mini-Sessions

Decoding Package Pricing & FAQ (MINI SESSIONS) Personal Branding is no longer an option, family images are how we communicate and self esteem in teens is assisted through positive self-image. Photography plays a huge role in how our societies function. That’s why it’s important to keep your family’s photos updated and your personal branding fresh. […]

August 29, 2017

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Malibu West Beach Club Wedding

The Hawkins-Allen Wedding We all knew this was going to be a touching day.  It wasn’t the laughter between the groomsmen, the gleeful squeals of play from the flower girl, or the bonding in the ready-room for the bridal party. The whole day was born from the electricity between Erica and Scott. These two love […]

July 6, 2017

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Photographer El Segundo | Newborn Fresh 48

The Kramers are celebrating a 1st birthday A son blessed the Kramer household June of 2016. The family asked me to come over to the hospital to document the baby’s first days here in this beautiful world. Now Jeremy isn’t quite so outnumbered and Jessy can revel in the joys that are what the #momofboys […]

June 20, 2017

Angela's Musings

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10 Things You Might Not Know About Me

Moving someplace new means you are asked about your life and who you are a lot as you meet new people – and this is fun for me! I enjoy getting to know a new place very much. In the last few weeks I’ve been asked a lot of things – but here are the […]

March 29, 2017

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My Life Has a Soundtrack 3/11/2017

  February crept out of here like a wind-whipped sparrow crawling back to her nest. But, that’s a story for another lifetime. March indeed came in like a lion. What better a way to send this month packing than to cap it with a night watching the Old 97s live. This time last year I […]

March 20, 2017


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Move Along …

November’s election (was it one?) truly was a year-long event that gave us all a little bit of whiplash and screen-fatigue. Honestly, for me, it was a little too much. My heart aches over the divide and the distrust, but mostly I am personally pained by the seemingly bla·sé attitude people are taking on the […]

December 1, 2016

Angela's Musings

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