The Proposal!

Andrew proposed to his girlfriend and it was awesome! My assistant, Paloma Herb, captured these images at El Pasaje Defensa in San Telmo. Engagement photography is incredibly special, and we are so thrilled that Day Clicker was there to capture your lovely moment. Congratulations!

Cyle - Almagro/Soho Tour

I do love me some street portraiture. Cyle definitely delivered! Cat in a cafe?! Cuter than cute old guys on park benches. Love. It.

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Craig y Marina - Get Hitched!

Beautiful couple. Amazing venue. Fab food. Conga line. All before the rain arrived! Congrats Craig and Marina!

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Ash and Tamara - Photo Me

Ash and Tamara have been married for 6 years and each year, they have their photos taken on their wedding anniversary. Ash is a lovely guy who decided to surprise his lady with a portrait session, awww, sweet idea (some of you may think of stealing?). This super cute couple from Australia, were totally loved up. Dancing in Recoleta, canoodling in San Telmo; They were naturals in front of the camera. Thanks for a great day, guys!

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Sally in Soho

What you don't know, is that Sally's husband is standing just behind her right shoulder, holding/eating a big tray of beef ribs. Truth.

Sally, her husband, Ben and I took a quick half day tour around the side streets of Palermo Viejo/Soho one lovely afternoon in early October. We asked the BA photo god's to send us some dog walkers, and man, did s/he deliver! We also stopped in a local parrilla where Ben ducked to grab some take out (and we could take some shots) so he could sample the beef that Argentina is famous for. Well, we certainly didn't think of it ahead of time, but that meat pit-stop sure did helped us getting the pooches to pose for our cameras. Gotta try this trick more often!

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