December 19, 2009

Los Angeles Photography: Margo and Tim are Engaged!

Posted in: Engagements

Oh my gosh, how much do we love Margo and Tim?! These two have personalities that can light up any room, and they have a love that would make any passer-by smile from ear-to-ear (we know…we saw it!).

These two chose the Griffith Park Observatory as their location as that’s where Tim popped the question just a couple months before. High above Los Angeles, Margo accepted and is in “countdown mode” until she is Mrs. Martin! Both Tim and Margo have been such an AMAZING example of the fun and excitement that should come with being engaged! So many times when you’re planning a wedding you can get lost in the stress and pressure of preparing and not just enjoy the ride! Well, there’s no place better to get away from it all than the Griffith Observatory, and these two loved every minute!

To see Tim hold Margo is to see true love…always wanting to be near her…he couldn’t let go of her! We loved it!! Our time was non-stop laughs! Erin and I left that night feeling so inspired and so privileged to have been chosen to document their wedding in June. And if their engagement can even remotely be considered just a “warm up” to the big day that is fast approaching, it is going to be out of this world!

Margo and Tim, may you cling even more to one another these last few months! We had so much fun and hope you enjoy just a handful of our favorite moments with you :)



  1. Matt says:

    {img}35_202{/img} BEAUTIFUL SHOT! Nice to work with easy people to shoot, I’m sure! Margo — GORGEOUS! I’m thrilled for you my dear big sister!! :-D Congratulations!!

  2. Your blog keeps getting better and better! Your older articles are not as good as newer ones you have a lot more creativity and originality now keep it up!

  3. Great set of images…I love the direction your post processing is moving in. Keep it up!

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