Hallie and Joe’s wedding was so wonderful! Set at the beautiful Dobbin Station, they were treated with perfect weather for their intimate spring wedding. After the ceremony, the party started with a rip roaring dance floor, Aggie war hymn, and more. We had so much fun and couldn’t be happier for these two. Congratulations to Joe and Hallie!
Carlos and Abriel have been such a great couple to get to know in the months leading up to their wedding! I knew since their engagement session at the Arboretum in Houston that their wedding day was going to be something special, and I was absolutely right. I’m so happy that our lives crossed paths, and I can wait to see what the future holds for you guys. Congratulations!
DJ: DJ English Chris
Flowers: HEB Blooms
Catering: Carol’s Catering Service
Linens: Artistique Events
We had such a great time with these two (and their pup Bowen) at Brazos Bend for their engagement session! The park delivered with its always-perfect light, as we followed Bowen and his ball around the spanish moss shrouded trees and wide open fields. We can’t wait for their big day, coming up this September!
This day definitely belonged to Blake and Jessica. With heavy clouds looming just hours before the wedding, the skies suddenly parted revealing a brilliant blue sky. With that setting the tone for the day, how could it not be perfect? There was dancing late into the night followed by a burst of fireworks to close out the evening. Congratulations Blake and Jessica, I am so happy for you!
You can also see their engagement session at The House Plantation here.
Vendor Information:Dress: Maggie Sottero Shoes: Bella Belle Venue: House Plantation
Richard and Melissa are good friends of mine so I was excited when they reached out about engagement shots at Hermann Park! They were engaged just a few short months ago at Royal Oak in Montrose, and wanted a session at the park with their pup Rascal. We got a lucky break in the fickle Houston spring weather, and met up at the park on a perfect day to shoot. It was a great time, and we all now know that Rascal definitely has a calling for dog modeling should he so desire.
Congrats again, guys!
Gina, Austin, and I met up at Onion Creek in mid-January after her brother Mike (who was my fraternity brother in school at Stephen F. Austin) referred me to her. Gina is currently relocating back to Houston to be with both Austin and her family, so it was great to be able to meet in person despite her hectic schedule. The two met at OU while both were studying for their bachelor’s in mechanical engineering, and the rest, they say, is history. After having to reschedule multiple times due to soggy Houston spring weather, we finally caught a break from the wetness and jumped at the opportunity to meet at Hermann Park. Here are a few favorites from the set. Congrats again, guys, I can’t wait for October!
In early November, we all convened at Oak Tree Manor for the union of Leo and Alicia underneath the iconic oak tree that makes the venue so special. With the ceremony right at sunset, we elected for a last minute first look, and I sure am glad we did! We were rewarded with beautiful golden light from the setting sun, and an unlimited supply of awesome bokeh from all the Christmas lights adorning the old oak. As the light slipped away across the horizon, Leo and Alicia exchanged vows and became man and wife. Leo and Alicia, I had such a great time at your wedding, thank you so much for letting me document your story!
I’ve had such a great time working with Beth and Krys since we first met up to go over their wedding details, nearly a year ago. I knew instantly that our creative tastes and our mutual desire to capture small details were going to mesh perfectly. We started off their photos with a bang with their College Station engagement on the Texas A&M campus, which is still one of my favorite engagement sets to date. Beth and Krys were so natural the whole time, all I had to do was point the camera at them and record it! I also got to know their pup Lexie, who was always extremely well behaved, and more than happy to accept treats for her good behavior. Beth’s bridal set at Sam Houston Park and the Arboretum was equally as good, which built up my anticipation for their wedding even more. And finally, come mid March, the day arrived!
Shooting a photographer’s wedding is something that I’ve had on my to-do list since I started with wedding photography. To me, it is the ultimate compliment to have another photographer trust you with documenting their wedding day, and I was thrilled when Roberto and Lori contacted me about covering theirs. While talking with them about their plans, it became apparent that our ideas and styles matched up perfectly – I loved every sample photo they showed me, their decor was beautiful, and they were willing to take extra time to make sure that we got some great shots. As a photographer, Roberto knows what will photograph well, and Lori knows which props will enhance an image so that it can look its absolute best. Lori’s bridal set came out beautifully, just as expected, so as we got closer to the wedding, I was very confident that this would be a wedding set to remember. And I was right.