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Hey! I'm Stacee! 
I am a Los Angeles based photographer who loves the chaos of the city, the vast empty space of the desert, and the new adventures that come with traveling. Welcome to my blog! 

Fairmount Park Horticulture Center Wedding // 3 years ago I went on a trip to New Zealand. That trip was the gift that keeps giving. Specifically because it gave me my dear friend Bri. The summer after we met in New Zealand I flew to Vermont to second shoot a wedding with [a very pregnant] […]

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Loews Santa Monica Wedding // Last week I was making lists in my head of all the things I wanted to get done. Wediting, scheduling instagram posts, writing blogs. All those things that are just way too hard but need to be done. You know the drill. I was scrolling Instagram, as one does, and […]

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Casa De Monte Vista Wedding // Palm Spring all day every day is kind of my life philosophy. The desert truly has my heart. I always say if I could photograph weddings… and really humans in general! In Palm Springs or in Downtown LA I would be the happiest photographer there ever was. So clearly […]

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DTLA Wedding in the Arts District // I sat down to get some work done this morning and then remembered that pre-sale for the My Favorite Murder Live Tour went on sale this morning. Instead of actually getting work done I had to track down the pre-sale code and then get tickets before they sold […]

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Hollywood Wedding at Madera Kitchen // I just want everyone to be proud of me because I think I’ve blogged more in the last 3 months than I have in the last maybe 2 years. There’s a possibility that’s an exaggeration. But there’s also a possibility that it’s complete fact. Haha! So let’s just take […]

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Limoneira Ranch Wedding Photography // I might be biased because I’ve lived here my whole life but there are so many amazing things about Los Angeles. One of the best things is how accessible LA is to everything. The ocean is always right there. 2 hours South and you’re in wine country. 2 hours East […]

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