The Springs at New Braunfels Wedding

Even though I limit the number of weddings I personally commission each year, I still try to get out and shoot weddings as often as possible. I do this by second shooting with other photographers as often as they’ll have me. This allows me to lend my services and help out my fellow colleagues, and… Read More

Should You Hire a Drone on Your Wedding Day?

I’ve been asked more than once if I’ll ever add drone photography to my repertoire of skills. My answer has always been, and will always be for as long as I can foresee, “no.” It’s really important for me to master the art of still photography. (When I say master, I mean actually master like… Read More

Nessa & Scott’s Backyard Wedding

Even though Nessa and Scott’s April 7th wedding had been six years in the making, they had less than four months to actually plan for it. Nessa always knew that Scott would ask her to marry him, she just didn’t know when.  After all, she is his Goose and he is her Mav—references to a 1986 movie about a… Read More

European Tour: Italy Review

We visited two cities in Italy: Milan and Venice. I know for a fact that I am not going to give Milan a fair shake in this review because it’s based on about a 24-hour stay in which I was nearly mugged; however, there is nothing in my being that makes me ever want to… Read More

Katherine & Jeffrey’s Couple’s Session

Can I just say WOW??!! I’ve photographed lots of couples together during engagement sessions, on their wedding day, and in an occasional family session, but WOW, just WOW! Until I photographed Katherine and Jeffrey in this very mild couple’s boudoir session, I’ve never quite captured a couple like THIS!  Katherine & Jeffrey’s Couple’s Session Click To… Read More

State Champion Senior Portraits

I have photographed a lot of high school senior athletes for their final year in high school. However, prior to Mason’s session, I had never photographed a Texas state U. I. L. gold medalist. What made Mason’s senior session even more special for me is that his mom and I have shared a friendship spanning… Read More

Timeline Tips Every Bride Should Know

Have you ever considered the intricacies of your wedding day timeline and the effect that they may have on your wedding day photos?  Something as minute as the placement of one event in front of the other, or the difference in five minutes of planning can make all the difference in the world as it… Read More

Pros and Cons of Grand Exits

Long gone are the days of leaving your wedding reception and people throwing rice at you.  In 1985, a Connecticut state legislator introduced a bill to outlaw the long-standing tradition of throwing rice at a newlywed couple. The rice was originally meant to symbolize rain.  Rain on your wedding day is said to be a… Read More