Chris & Ed, Ed & Chris. I’m so glad I met these two beautiful souls in South Africa, last November. We decided to venture off into the mountains near Franschhoek to capture their love story.Read More
While traveling the California Coast last summer, I met up with Chanté and Josh on a beach close to Santa Barbara. Oh man we had fun. These free spirits are the two biggest goofballs you’ll ever come across, I’m sure you’ll fall in love with them just like I did.Read More
Cape Town is South Africa’s wonder world. A city, with the infrastructure of a town. A place where mountains and ocean come together. A place where you can be within the hustle and bustle of a metropolis but can escape it all and be in nature within a fifteen minute drive. To Kim and Zee, it’s their second home.Read More
Meeting Marloes and Sebastien in Cape Town South Africa, two Dutchies like myself, was the perfect example of what I love about adventure elopements. Everything fell into place. We hiked up Chapman’s Peak on a beautiful summer day in Cape Town. Have a look at this most breathtaking adventurous elopement.Read More
While I was a documentary maker for magazines, I got sent to Morocco and Qatar in 2013. I was writing and photographing a story about desert races, on horses. That’s where the love for the vast endlessness that a desert is, gripped me. The massive sand dunes, too huge to even comprehend how big they really are. Making you feel small, like icebergs do, in a good way. So imagine my excitement when I got to capture Danielle and Noah’s love.Read More
I met up with Maria & Swain in South Africa, about an hour outside of Cape Town. We chatted about life at their insanely cool house, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. As misty waves were rolling over the shoreline, kombucha in hand, they already started inspiring me. He, craftsman/carpenter/surfer. She, educator/passionate conservationist/owner of a bohemian clothing label. Both: professional life enjoyers and absolutelty mad about each other.Read More
In August 2018, I drove the California Coast. Alone. A solo roadtrip. Seeing the Big Sur coast, was something else. It was exactly as I hoped it would be. It turned out I was dang lucky, as Highway 1 had just opened again, after being closed for a long time due to massive mudslides.
It was over there, in Big Sur, where I met David and Callie. Adventurous, outgoing and with a wicked sense of humor. They took their Cotopaxi sleeping bags to the windy, rainy beach and snuggled up. ‘This is us’, is what she said.