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Heather and Sam had a smash hit wedding in Dallas in October. Heather is a certified fashionista and her impeccable style shows in every aspect of this wedding. From her killer dresses and corresponding accessories to her vision for the gothic-inspired centerpieces complete with bucus of melted wax and towering baby’s breath arrangements. I loved shooting this wedding, and am excited to share these images with you. You may remember seeing this wedding on Style Me Pretty a few weeks ago!
Event Planning & Floral: Vera Green Productions
Wedding Ceremony Venue: Oak Lawn United Methodist Church
Wedding Reception Venue: House of Blues
Paper Products (Menus and Programs): Blue Eye Brown Eye
Bride’s Shoes: Vivienne Westwood
Wedding Reception Dress: BCBG
Croc en Bouche: Tart Bakery
Makeup: Brandi Elliott
Jenna is a phenomenal painter! I got to shoot some new head shots for her this past weekend. More to come, but I’m loving these images already. Sunset, blue bonnets, white rock lake…yes please!
In the meantime, check out Jenna’s work here.
I had the pleasure of shooting the beautiful French Family this winter. They had just welcomed a sweet baby girl into their family and were so excited to show her off. We photographed at the French family home which was the perfect setting. I love the love you can see in these photos and how warm their family is. Thanks French Fam for a fun session! Also, check out Mama Sheridan’s amazing style blog - The Southern Eclectic – AND her new and beautiful clothing line. She does all of this on top of being a mom of two and a fashion editor at a magazine. Super woman? I think so!
Ladies and gentlemen, I am so excited to share with you all that Heather & Sam’s gorgeous dallas wedding, shot by yours truly, was recently featured on Style Me Pretty! I’m so honored and excited, and want to thank Heather and Sam for putting together such an amazing event for me to photograph. Check out the post here, and stay tuned for a full post on the wedding on the blog! Thanks SMP for the feature!
I had so much fun shooting the beautiful work of Elizabeth of After Yes Weddings and Catie Ronquillo at last weekend’s winter shoot out. It was even more fun to mix and mingle with other photographers – met some great people. I’m slowly getting through the millions of frames I grabbed, but here are a few of my immediate favorites.
SO much more to come from this shoot.
Bride: Prianna StaleyBride and Groom: David and Corbin Baxter of Soulbox ProductionsCake: Sugar Bee Sweets
Engaged Couple: Ebony and Jovan Wordlaw (of Ebony Peoples Events & Design)
Flowers: Bows & Arrows
Hair: Ashley Bristo
Makeup: Something You… Makeup ArtistryRing Bearer Bowls: Paloma’s NestStationary: The Left-Handed Calligrapher
Miriam and Chris got married in November in Fort Worth. Miriam is the tiniest, most precious, beautiful bride I’ve ever worked with. She and Chris tied the knot in a beautiful, traditional catholic ceremony at St. Mary’s of the Assumption down in the near southside, my favorite area of town. Following the ceremony, the party made its way down the street to Marquis on Magnolia where Miriam and Chris danced the night away, sipping on the coolest frozen drinks I’ve ever seen. The night was beautiful, Miriam and Chris were so in love and I had a great time photographing their lovely wedding. Here are some of my favorite images.
Ceremony venue: St. Mary’s of the Assumption
Reception venue: Marquis on Magnolia
AJ and CJ were so much fun to photograph. I met these two on the square in Denton and we had a great time popping in and out of the fun shops. AJ and CJ are so in love and they needed no help from me on working it in front of the camera. I love this session and am excited to share these photos.
While working on a story on the Fort Worth hip hop scene for the Fort Worth Weekly recently I got to go check out a live Dru B Shinin‘ show at the Cellar. Dru is on the forefront of the FW hip hop scene, and he, along with his label Sphere Music Group, works very hard to support other local hip hop artists and the FW hip hop community. It was really a great show. Here are some shots of Dru’s performance.