I first met Sara and Dennis at a open house for Kindred Oaks earlier this year. Our first conversation felt I was catching up with old friends/family and we all instantly hit it off. With positive attitudes and amazing smiles I knew there wedding was[...]
Photography is fun as hell. Not the cliche things like fast lenses, new gadgets, & carbon fiber stuff. It's the creative moments, the beauty of the unexpected, meeting new people and making new friends. Photo Booths are no different...they bring [...]
Rancho Mirando is stunning.
Perched on top of Devil's Backbone overlooking Wimberley Valley it truly is a Hill Country Destination. From olive trees to a lavender field the place is nothing short of a 50 acre oasis.
Last night I photographed th[...]
When it rains it pours and man did it rain Saturday. Some area's of Austin received over 5" of rain on Saturday alone and we could barely see on the drive. Traffic crawled to a measly 35mph. Water and mud were everywhere but Angela with Red Rock Vine[...]
The above forecast is not what you want to see on your wedding day and the following 5 days of sunshine! However things will ultimately work out and rain is the symbol of many things. I found a article on the Little White Dress Bridal S[...]
As a father I know I would do anything to make my daughter happy. Coach her volleyball team, make sure Mrs. Claus brought her a puppy and build her a dollhouse... Kate's dad and family built her a wedding venue! A custom 40x40 open air dance floor, c[...]
It's been awhile since I've posted but taking pics, deliverables and rest takes precedence over blogging but it sure is fun to share images with everyone. I photographed an amazing ceremony and reception this weekend at Chapel Dulcinea and Memory Lan[...]
When I was a kid we would spend summer weekends in Wimberley swimming at Blue Hole, dancing at Fischer Hall, gazing at Jacobs Well, shopping and eating with family and friends. It's one of the main reason's I live in the Hill Country to this day. Wim[...]