Being an urban cyclist and lover of neighborly community, I’ve often been seen volunteering as a crossing guard to block oncoming car traffic at many Sunday Streets events over the last few years. Last Sunday, I was honored to photograph ‘Deep and Kimberly’s wedding in the Mission district in front of their house- smack in the middle of hundreds of Sunday Streets onlookers that cheered and even got a little teary-eyed during their vows. I know ‘Deep from the bike community – He’s known throughout the City (and maybe the world) to hold quasi-legal ‘Flashdances’ involving bicycles. spontaneous street dancing and thumping dance music from his rickshaw trike. He’s on the board of the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, the League of Conversation Voters AND a software engineer for itunes at Apple. (Sorry ladies, he’s married to Kimberly now.) They should give him the honor of Mr. San Francisco Hella SuperFun Community Leader as that’s what he brings wherever he rides. I’m so happy for him and his beautiful wife Kimberly! Here’s some sneak peek images of their wedding, stay tuned in the next few for much more. Read their Sunday Streets Wedding story in The Huffington Post!
The bride shows off her mehndi (Indian henna tattoo) before the wedding.
Bride and parents walk through the crowded Sunday Streets event in the Mission for the open wedding ceremony.
Kimberly & Deep exchange wedding vows in front of their house on Valencia Street in front of hundreds of friends and onlookers at Sunday Streets.
‘Just Married,’ K & D make a grand wedding exit through Sunday Streets on Deep’s rickshaw trike-bike.
a pre-wedding Golden Gate park bike party at the Conservatory of Flowers.