To photograph a bride that is not only gorgeous, but giddy in love is a photographer’s dream. Lindsay carried her recently departed grandmother’s ring on her bouquet. I know it was something very special to Lindsay and her mother to have it with her on her wedding day. Lindsay, you make it so easy to capture your beauty and happiness! Thanks again forĀ enduring the Texas heat in your many layers of tulle (and lace) and dodging peacock poop with me!! haha































Rudy and Monica tied the knot surrounded by their family and friends at Granberry Hills in San Antonio. We lucked out with no rain despite the threat of dark clouds. However, the wind showed up with a vengeance! The strongest gust blew right before Monica walked down the aisle and guests had to scramble to help straighten her aisle runner as she and her dad walked to Rudy (what awesome guests!!). The day was still full of laughter and excitement! Monica couldn’t stop smiling at her groom and all their guests danced the evening away!

Thank you again, Rudy and Monica for asking me to capture your best day ever!



















































Daniel and Chelsea said “I do” under a beautiful archway covered in greenery and roses. The arch was originally placed in the center of the big, open chapel at the Allen Farmhaus, but due to extreme wind and rain that escalated throughout the afternoon, it was moved into the reception barn. I know that neither Daniel nor Chelsea minded one bit. These two stayed upbeat, happy, and laughing throughout the entire day! Even their amazing wedding party got their feet wet (literally!) for fabulous photos around the grounds at the Allen Farmhaus. The dark clouds, string lights, candles and cascading greenery against the rustic wood made their wedding even more intimate and romantic.

Thank you, Daniel and Chelsea for including me in your best day ever!






























































This girl is such a gem, inside and out! She is graduating from Sam Houston State University with a political science degree this month. We spent our time photographing in downtown Huntsville and Eastham-Thomason Park. We were crossing our fingers for bluebonnets growing at the park (how gorgeous would they have been with her dress?!), but unfortunately, we were still a little too early for the flowers.

Thank you so much, Ashlee, for choosing me to photograph this exciting time in your life. Amazing opportunities are in your future! Congratulations, gorgeous!














You know what’s really awesome about being a photographer? That you get to see the same clients again and they turn into such wonderful friends! It has been a true honor to have photographed all three of the Keahey sisters at one point in time. I love that they trust me to capture the special moments in their lives. These girls and their parents are such wonderful folks!

I met Lindsay and Alex super early at Safari Texas Ranch in Richmond. We spent the session exploring the different locations around the ranch and attempted to photograph the elusive peacocks that roamed the property. Alex may or may not have made the perfect peacock call, which lured one out to photograph, haha! Poor Lindsay had to spend the time in between shots with a heavy jacket because it was SO COLD. Who would have thought that March in Texas would be that chilly? I don’t think they minded the extra cuddles though, haha. These two are so genuinely giddy and glowing around each other. It makes a photographer’s job easy to photograph such love!

Thank you, Alex and Lindsay for choosing me! I can’t wait to photograph your wedding in June!


































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