Summer Inspired

Joy of Joy de Vivre and I headed out into the hills of Santa Ynez for a summer inspired shoot. Joy has an amazing eye for color and design. You need her to design your big day. Stationary by Lozaro Letterpress.

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Kill Bill Church Wedding

 

Among Joshua Trees, brush and dry earth sits a unique little church. In what can be called the middle of nowhere, under endless sky, people still gather every Saturday. The pastor who is as unique as the place itself gave me the full history. Of the most intriguing pieces of info was that this was the first wedding performed here. People from all over the world come to take a picture of this box with an early Texas look. If you have ever seen the movie, it should be instantly recognizable.

To be the first to capture a couple being married is great. Whats cooler is that Brenda and Hajo can claim rights as the first couple to be married there. According to the pastor, more and more people are booking their big day here from all over the world.  Up next is a couple from France. A piece of cult classic memorabilia.

There is nothing more beautiful than the desert.

  1. Mia

    Hi, I’m interested in getting married here. I wondered if you have any contact information to share. It’s been difficult to find any info.

    Thanks, M

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    • Richard Gonzales

      Hello To All who are interested in booking the Kill Bill Church
      Please contact Senior publication Manager Richard Gonzales at 661-727-3794
      198th street East Avenue G
      Lancaster Ca, 93535

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Engagement in the Hills

  1. jenn

    Stunning, Kurt!! The photos are just gorgeous! T&R are such models! So excited for their wedding 🙂

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  2. Liz

    Do you by chance know where the bride got her dresses? They are so perfect for an engagement shoot!

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  3. Jen

    Do you where the groom and bide had their engagement photo shoot? These are lovely shots!

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The Salton Sea

 

A true study in how nature slowly takes back it’s domain when people leave. What started out as an accident, turned into the “Riviera” of California and ended up rotting wood and trailers slowing melting into the sea. The smell and insects sit in every abandoned trailer. At night, birds make their way across the water and the creatures come out to enjoy the cool air.

A place to see. It is the dirty lonely.

  1. Becky Bing

    Yours are so pretty! I wish we had the time on our trip to go toward sunset, but we were also slightly afraid walking around since it was just us 3 girls. There’s an eeriness to the area that kept us from venturing around the houses where there were actually people around. Great job on yours! 🙂 Beautiful as always.

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