I love documenting people who feel deeply. It will never ever ever ever get old to me.
Nicole + Taylor held each other close ALL DAY LONG at their Dallas Arboretum wedding in March and as far as I could tell never intend to stop. You two do a dang good job of it too.
Many thanks to Nicole and Taylor for entrusting their wedding documentation to me.
Thank you also to the talented Jacob Daniels (otherwise known as my little bro) for second shooting with me this day and doing a dang good job.
All I really want from my couples at their engagement session is for them to genuinely enjoy spending that time together. It’s important to me that this session not be a show or a series of poses but for it to be
you + your most favorite person
with space for y’all to remember how much you very much would like to spend the entire rest of your lives side by side.
I had a bride text me after her engagement shoot last week that the time we were shooting felt like a stress reliever in the midst of wedding planning and I was like, “YES. THAT’S WHAT I WANT FOR YOU.”
Emma and Collin, y’all are so good at enjoying each other. Way to go, you guys. WAY TO GO.
To view Emma + Collin’s Flying V Ranch wedding preview (one of my favorites of the year), click here.
You guys, I’m obsessed with Rachel and Dan’s engagement session. We met up one Sunday in April and went all over South Congress before heading over to their go-to dive bar and ended up splashing around in Bull Creek. Something I love about these two is that they DON’T STOP MOVING. Like, ever. As someone who will always choose photographing motion and real interactions over a pose here and a pose there let’s just say having these two in front of my camera had me like a kid in a candy store — we didn’t stop shooting until the sun was down.
It just seems like you should have a good time when you’re with the person you’re going to marry and let me tell you Rachel and Dan are nonstop smiles together — kind of like me when I look at these photos from their Austin engagement session. Enjoy!
You can view a preview from Rachel and Dan’s Barr Mansion Austin wedding here.
My first wedding of the year was Jenna and Harrison’s and I can’t think of any sweeter way to kick off my 2016 weddings than with these two. The excitement for this marriage could be felt in every room of that venue, seen in every family member, bridal party, guests’ face and just emanated from Jenna and Harrison. No, this was not “just another wedding” to anyone involved, this was a day worthy of much celebration, commemoration and confetti — the day Harrison became Jenna’s and Jenna became Harrison’s forever and ever amen.