coon bluff, phoenix couple portrait session [morgan + hall] // phoenix, az wedding photographers
when jiyeon and i first learned we were going to be able to travel to arizona to photograph a wedding, we couldn’t stop jumping around in our tiny bedroom of a home. i spent the rest of the night telling jiyeon of my three years living in southern arizona in the small town of sierra vista. between my words, and the pictures/videos we looked up on the internet, jiyeon was bursting at the seams with excitement. as the weeks leading up to the event, something even more exciting happened. a couple, not engaged(yet), inquired us for a session!
at this point, jiyeon and i felt as though we had won the lottery, or ashton kutcher was playing a prank on us.
heading the the san francisco airport not even the screaming rails of BART could drown out our excitement for the two shoots in a new state. arizona at that! we had a great pilot that would announce some of the funniest things throughout the flight, and once we neared phoenix he declared over the internal speakers that he hoped we packed shorts and muscle shirts because it was about to get hot.
flying over the dry mountains of arizona, jiyeon and i were fighting over the window seat to bask at the uniquely beautiful view that only the desert could provide. after getting our hotel and rental car, we drove to the beautiful park, Coon Bluff, to meet with Morgan and Hall.
these two are what seams to be a match made in heaven. morgan, a marketing professional (or model…), and hall, a pilot (GQ mag cover). every movie I’ve ever seen with a marketing professional, they flew EVERYWHERE, and all the time! But maybe that’s just me trying to turn all of my clients into movie stars… (curse of the creative)
these two were amazing people, and we can’t wait for hall to propose by jumping out of his plane while Morgan is at a special marketing event, with the words “will you marry me?” written within the inside of his parachute, and he lands in front of her on one knee from a role with the ring in hand! (no pressure, hall!)