Liberty Station San Diego Wedding
San Diego Wedding Photographer
I love photographing weddings in San Diego! As a destination wedding photographer I have the chance to get to some amazing places. I grew up in San Diego, and always love coming back to photograph weddings. Many people know of Liberty Station as the navy base. Several years ago the US Navy let it go, and it has since become a renaissance of business and beauty. Liberty station is a wonderful place for restaurants, walking around, and of course for a wedding! A Brick Liberty Station wedding is the perfect location!
The wedding venue Brick at Liberty Station in San Diego is absolutely amazing! I love the wonderful industrial feel of the building. There are so many wonderful photo spots close by as well. When Alissa contacted me about photographing her wedding at Brick, I was beyond thrilled. I knew that Alissa and Tim were a beautiful couple, and that their venue was amazing, but what I came to find was just how wonderful these two are, inside and out! They have such kind and loving personalities. Their love for Christ and one another was prevalent throughout their wedding day. Their wedding was absolutely stunning and the two of them had a fantastic time with their family and friends. Im so glad to have been their wedding photographer. I love photographing weddings in San Diego and really enjoyed Brick, at Liberty Station for their wedding!
Brick Liberty Station Wedding
In 1915, Roosevelt was the Assistant Secretary of the Navy. He surveyed San Diego as a possible site for the next Naval Training Station. Construction began in 1921 and some of the first buildings included the barracks, the dispensary, a fire station and four schools.
In 1993, the U.S. Navy announced its intention to close Liberty Station. At that time, the NTC consisted of over three hundred buildings occupying almost 550 acres of land. In 1997 all active military use of the base ended, and the city of San Diego began using the old buildings of the base for businesses such as Brick.