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Ragged Point Wedding

Big Sur is still open for business. Recently, I was lucky enough to photograph a beautiful Big Sur Wedding at Ragged Point Resort. This Bay Area couple wanted to keep thing simple with a focus on having a nice dinner with close friends. The gorgeous views didn’t hurt either!!! Film shots are labeled & the […]

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Glen Oaks Elopement – Big Sur

I was fortunate to photograph a beautiful Big Sur elopement at Glen Oaks recently.  I took the opportunity to shoot some black & white film toward the end of the session.  I have photographed wedding parties, brides, grooms there for years but this was one of the first on-property elopements in a while.  Film shots […]

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Carmel Mission – Point 16 Wedding

I recently had the good fortune to photograph a great wedding combining my 2 favorite venues on the California Coast – The Carmel Mission (Mission San Carlos Borroméo del río Carmelo) & Point 16 Big Sur. What a treat! The Carmel Mission retains much of it’s original structure, including it’s bell tower dome. It is […]

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Wind and Sea Big Sur

Can you imagine making your wedding dress in just one week?  Brides be jealous, noted Miami fashion designer Lori Lester did just that – and it looked incredible!!! Friends & family escaped the Miami summer heat with a quick trip to this unrivaled Big Sur estate – Wind and Sea! The perfect crew was assembled […]

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2015 The Knot Best of Weddings Winner Peer Johnson!

Really excited.  Just heard from The Knot that I won Best Of Weddings for the 4th year in a row!!!  I must be doing something right!!!!  Thanks a bunch for the whacky, wild, meaningful, love-filled ride that this year has been.  I haven’t had a chance to update my blog as I’ve been shooting non-stop […]

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Point 16 Big Sur

“Eventually, all things merge into one, and a river runs through it. The river was cut by the world’s great flood and runs over rocks from the basement of time. On some of the rocks are timeless raindrops. Under the rocks are the words, and some of the words are theirs.”   Norman Maclean. It’s a […]

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