Leslie + Ryne


Photos - Brianna Morrison Photography  //  Catering and Bartending- Mundo Catering // Floral- Solabee Flowers

Ceremony Venue- Peninsula Park and Gardens




We loved everything about this couple’s wedding, and Ian Orion captured their day so beautifully. The wedding was adorned with fresh blooms from our neighbors at Solabee Flowers and Botanicals.

View more photos and read the whole post on Ian’s blog.


Zoë + Eric


Photos - Catalina Jean Photography  // Rentals- Interstate Special Events // Caterer- DarSalam // Bar- 1856 // Music- Chervona


Aqueela + Ryan


Photographer - Yvonne Goll Photography // Planning- Leigh and Mitchell  // Rentals- Barclay Event Rentals // Caterer- Divine Catering 


Sunday Morning


We had so much fun creating this day-after brunch styled shoot in our ballroom at the Baker Building. These images showcase a unique vision of how the space can come alive on a Sunday morning with exquisitely designed settings. The layout was curated to feel effortless and included lounge areas and even a daybed! This one of a kind, locally crafted menu, paired with everyone's favorite specialty morning cocktails made for a relaxing brunch get together with some great people.  We are always exploring new uses for our venue. Thank you to everyone who made this a possibility! 

Photographer - Mikola Accuardi // Planning + Styling- Kayla Hoppins // Rentals- Classic Vintage Rentals // Floral - Solabee Flowers // Caterer - Field Day // Menu Design-Alex Lianopoulos


Film Screening: The Future Wild

Saturday February 11, 2017

Doors at: 6:30 pm
Film Screening: 7:00-8:20 pm

Artist Talk: 8:30-9:00 pm, with Isabel Theselius and Yaron Hakim.

As part of Signal Fire's exhibition The Future Wild at Paragon Gallery, Signal Fire is hosting a screening of three outstanding short films at the Baker Building.

The program will present segments of two long-form works: New York artist Miriam Simun’s "I Did Not Have to Kill in Order to Survive," a narrative meditation on the act of hunting and the process of survival, and the poetic and the visually lavish film "Silver and Vanilla," a collaboration between LA-based artists Isabel Theselius and Yaron Hakim. The program also features Zhiwan Cheung’s 2015 video "Reading the Rainbow," an elaborate work about the act of naming, about culture and color, involving the artist manipulating sculptures within a lush landscape.