Category Archives: Personal Work

Santa Cruz Wedding Photographer   When I think of perfect days, I think of the day spent with my favorite guy in Santa Cruz. In case you were wondering, Brendan and I are beach people, so we were pretty bummed this past summer when we never got to take a little beach vacay. While we…

So I told myself that my 2016 recap was going to be shorter than my 2015 recap, but I’m pretty sure it’s like twice as long! Sorry not sorry. I clearly took a lot of pictures in 2016! I’d like to think it’s because I’m a photographer, but I also know that it’s because I…

  • 2017 Goals - Emily March Photography | California and Destination Wedding Photographer - […] for a new year! Can y’all believe it’s 2017?? Last year was so incredible and in many ways far exceeded my expectations. Every year I spend a few days […]ReplyCancel

  • Cassie Barreda - I am absolutely impressed with this set of work! I may not be there during the times you took all of these photos but just seeing an overview of what you had done in a year makes me emotional. I guess maybe because it the photo screams regality and reality with no hint of scriptedness. I really like how you can capture each special moment that when people who don’t even know you personally or these people, still feels somethings. I love this. Thank you for sharing! I would look forward for you work in 2017! :)ReplyCancel

Maryland Film Photographer This a completely objective statement: my nephew is the cutest little boy in the entire world. If you don’t agree with me now, then I’ll give you until the end of this post to change your mind :) Jack has brought so much joy to my husband’s family and has turned Emily…

California Film Photographer   Today I’m taking you to one of my favorite places  – Vista Point Trail along the California coast. Brendan discovered this gem of an overlook by chance while browsing Google Maps for hiking trails. The first time we went, it was so foggy you couldn’t see more than 20 feet in…

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Old Love on Film   Everyone, I’d like you to meet Mimi and Pop Pop, my grandparents :) They are the best version of Southern grandparents, and I love them dearly! When I was little, we’d visit them in their big brick house in Asheville, NC, and I’d help her make enough biscuits to feed…

  • Sarah Wright - This is one of my favorite posts of yours!ReplyCancel

    • Emily March - Oh thanks so much, Sarah! :)ReplyCancel

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