Hung C. Tran
-Born in Vietnam and raised in America.
-Graduated from UCSD with B.S. in Computer Science.
-Loves the fashion and lifestyle of the 20s, 40s, and 50s eras.
-Lived life as a nappy-headed blonde for brief periods of his 20s.
-Lives and dies for great sushi.
-Inspired by and marvels over Mark Ryden’s work.
-Never know when to stop talking, but so entertaining to converse with.
-Sleeps at odd hours throughout the day.
-Was a wrestler in high school, so watch out!
-Enjoys movies, good clothes, fast cars, and finely aged whiskey.
-Prefers to eat with a knife and fork –always. This includes pizza and candy bars.
-Has a shoe and jeans collection rivaling that of any self-respecting fashionista.
Spring has Sprung! – Photography by Hung C. Tran
Across the country, birds are singing and flowers are blooming. The air smells sweeter and somehow we’re all walking a little lighter. It’s almost as if the worries, the hardships and the bitter cold of winter somehow left us feeling and looking better than when it first arrived. And there’s nothing I enjoy more than a good old fashioned simple spring wedding. And I implore you to find anything more spring-like or more sugary-sweet than a tea-length polka-dot wedding gown and backyard lawn games!
Beth + Matt had dreamed of a spring-time wedding in San Diego, California. Just when the weather-switch had flipped and the smell of fresh cut grass, lemony fresh air and florals were in bloom. What a perfect way to celebrate the changing of their relationship to husband and wife.
Their photographer, Hung C. Tran captured all the energy and excitement of the day, from bocce ball tournaments and croquet competitions to the little children rolling down hillsides and grown-ups reveling in the light and airy atmosphere. The images Hung captured are inviting and playful, which exemplifies the real essence of both Beth + Matt.
I love the pops of yellow everywhere you turn, from the maid of honor and flower girls’ gowns, to Beth’s peep-toe heels and lemon and tulip centerpieces. I love the look on their guests faces – that Holly-go-lightly sort of ease and enjoyment. I love the chemistry between Matt + Beth and how excited they seem to be throughout the entire day.
I love a good old fashioned spring-time wedding. And fortunately, we’re smack dab in the middle of spring so more of this to come I’m sure!
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