A few weeks ago I got to add another gig to my resume: wedding photographer. You might remember when I photographed/styled the lovely Christina almost two years ago. Well now she’s all grown up and married and offered me the job of photographing her adorable wedding in the backyard of a friend’s house in Silverlake. Just as I did the first time with Miss Christina, I shot both 35mm film and digitals. The wedding was small but totally personalized; Ball jars of homemade margaritas with old fashioned straws, fresh-made tacos in lieu of a traditional buffet or formal dinner, twinkling lights, and periwinkle jacaranda petals everywhere (happenstance but lovely still!). What really struck me in photographing the wedding was the behind the scenes moments, particularly those of Christina and her three sisters. Likely because I myself come from an all girl family, I was drawn to their beauty and dynamic. Here are a few of my favorite shots of the Kurzius women, the stunning bride and her groom, and a few other of my favorite details. For camera nerds, the film is shot with400 speed Kodak Portra (totally unedited) and I used a 28mm Hanimex lens. Congrats, Christina!