Kim & Katy 

The first time I worked with Chloe was a surprise proposal to my wife wife. I didn’t meet Chloe until shortly before I popped the question and was a complete basket case. She was fabulous. Simultaneously enthusiastic and laid back, reassuring, super flexible and completely on top of her game. My wife asked if Chloe was a friend, since she seemed so at ease. Our engagement photos turned out amazing! So, when it came to wedding planning, we both knew that we wanted to work with Chloe again if at all possible. Luckily, she had our date available, so we booked her right away. She was delightful to work with every step of the way. We spoke by phone a few times and even met for lunch. She did everything in her power to connect with us, not only as a client, but as a couple. She wanted to make sure that she captured every special moment of our wedding day. The day of, she and her associate were everything we could have hoped for. They were both so excited to be there, professional enough to herd our families for formal pictures, rolled with whatever change of plans happened, adapted to some challenging scene and lighting situations, easily interfaced with the videographer, and most importantly captured so many of our favorite things about the wedding. We would both definitely recommend Chloe to anyone looking for a photographer for weddings, engagements, or just family sessions. We absolutely be calling Chloe in the future as we add to our family album.

 

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Hiya! I’m Chloe and I’m a sassy San Franciscan with attitude. On any given day you’ll catch me sportin’ cheetah, stripes, turquoise or gold (sometimes all at once) rocking my #FrecklesnFro and dancing on the job. Did I mention I’m a native? Native San Franciscan, that is. “Life is short, break the rules, forgive quickly, kiss slowly, love truly, laugh uncontrollably, and never regret anything that made you smile. Twenty years from now you’ll be more disappointed with the things you didn’t do then the ones you did… Explore. Dream. Discover.” -Mark Twain Great photography inspires true emotions, captures fleeting moments, incites laughter, triggers tears of happiness, joy and sometimes sadness. For me being a photographer means having a true talent for encapsulating these moments in any environment. Be Bold, Be Bright, Be You.

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