El Matador Beach Malibu Engagement

Too excited to even share this post. Maybe I’ll just keep it all to myself HAHA. I mean I had so much fun with Ryan and Trent out at El Matador in Malibu that it is now my go to spot whenever a couple asks for location advice. What amazing people these two are, fit, incredibly kind hearted and great senses of humor oh did I mention fit haha. Talk about workout goals, everytime I look at these it reminds me of the greatness hard work can do for the body.

I love when a couple lets me push the limits. It instills so much trust and confidence in one another that the feeling is priceless and these two coming all the way out from Texas were fully prepared for the day.

We started out in Solstice Canyon for a little greenery, woods and crumbled buildings and worked our way down to El Matador Beach to catch the sunset during mid tide. The entire time I was thinking of how stoked I was to be able to do what I enjoy doing with these two. Some photographers may be happy with the business, some may just chalk it up to a good days work but I was able to spend my time with two total strangers, have a kick ass time while doing some incredible stuff with them and feel like we knew each other for years…to me that is worth more than anything tangible in this life.

And when all was said and done..they ran the jewels and carved out their story.


While you’re here feel free to check out some of the other incredible weddings I’ve been a part of as well as advice you’ll need when debating that First Look!

May + Mike | FCC Los Angeles Wedding

First Looks. Traditional VS Modern and why you should always choose the latter.

Leslie + Vlad | El Encanto Santa Barbara Wedding

Ryan + Trent | El Matador Malibu Engagement

Emily + Joseph | Hacienda Heights Country Club Wedding

Gail + Brian | Figueroa Mountain Wedding

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