Archive for the ‘engagement session’ Category
Here are a few of my favorite images from an engagement session we did last week with Jacalyn and Mark. They will be getting
married in November, with a reception at the Blanton Museum of Art, we are very much looking forward to that. We had a great
time taking these photos, hanging out with them and getting to know them better.
Between Christmas and New Years we met up with Lillian and Caleb to do a photo shoot before their March wedding. They came
in from their home in NYC to visit family for the holidays.
We started our photo adventure at Baby A’s on Barton Springs road because that is where they met years back when they both
worked at the restaurant. From there we moved around, exploring bamboo forests and laundry basket rides. We finished our
photo session on the quieter side at Lillian’s family home.
We are looking forward to the wedding!
Alisha and Jamie will be married next week so we had just enough time to sneak in a portrait session, and I am glad we did.
It was great to spend the time and get to know them a bit better and we got some great shots.We started the photo shoot at their
loft apartment downtown. Marley, the dog, decided he wanted to be a part of the fun as well, no coaxing necessary. What a sweetie.
It was their idea to shoot at the Mean Eyed Cat on west 5th street, and a good one at that. An afternoon of beer and wine, a sweet dog,
a nap and a little dancing, doesn’t get much better than that.
Kristina and Brad will be married in October 2010, so it was the perfect time to get together to do a photo shoot for their save
the date cards. The bride and groom have a family friend who have a ranch between here and Houston, where the couple live,
and this is where we met. The two donkeys, Cruiser and Zack, who live on the ranch were the impetus for Kristina wanting to
do the shoot here. I must say they were both very sweet animals and willing to put up with our cameras and prodding in
exchange for some treats. The shoot turned out to be a big success with plenty of shooting opportunities. Kristina had come
up with the wonderful idea to bring vintage suitcases to the shoot which worked out wonderfully. We added the vintage camera
and binoculars. What a splendid time.