Hey y'all! I am so glad to finally be blogging this gorgeous engagement session. We may be a little overdue... Okay, A LONG TIME OVERDUE. But this session needed to be blogged. Audrey & Hunter are definitely one of my favorite couples I've EVER worked with. From our first consultation, I knew we were going to be best buds and boy, was I right?! Even after photographing their wedding in San Antonio on the Riverwalk last year, we still keep in contact and I just love it.
Their engagement session at The Pearl District was more than perfect. From the perfect weather to the not crowded district (very surprising), we had the best time. We opened a bottle of Veuve Clicquot, which if you know me, I LOVE me some good champagne. I am looking forward to photographing Audrey's new business very very soon! Stay tuned to see what it is!
Hi friends! Happy Tuesday! Hope you're having the best week already. Can you believe it is almost July?! Insane right?
I've been reminiscing on my Paris trip A TON lately and I have been hit with the travel bug again! I wanted to share this gorgeous headshot swap session we did at 5am in Paris, France when I was there in April. I'm sure you have seen some gorgeous pictures from this session on my Instagram so I thought I'd do a blog post about it! When I went to Paris this eyar, I knew this kind of session was one I wanted; so touristy right?! But I am so happy with how the images came out! We got to do it in front of the Eiffel Tower, which is one of my favorite monuments in the world! I am so glad I was able to connect with Gabia and we were able to provide each other with new head shots! I mean.... tell me some of these images don't belong as stock photos for frames! Scroll down to see more!
Another thing is that when I was preparing for this photoshoot, I used my "How to Prepare for a Photoshoot" guide and it was SO HELPFUL! So click here or the image below to get it! Let me know what you think!
Now that you've seen the images, I know you WANT to download the guide, so here's another chance! You won't want to miss these tips!
As most of you know, I was in a sorority at The University of Alabama. I was a Pi Beta Phi and I had the best of times helping out with our philanthropy, planning social parties, and making friendships that will last me a life time. When I moved to San Antonio, I knew I was going to feel a little out of place since I knew not a single person and I was starting out in adulthood. The first thing I did was reach out to several different sororities in the area to work with and it was so rewarding. I worked with several in the area, but my favorite by far were the girls of Phi Mu at UTSA. I photographed with them several times and I was lucky enough to do their chapter photos. We did them at the Eilan area, which is such a gorgeous area if you ever get the chance to go. It has great restaurants and bars to hang out at! My favorite being George's Keep!
Hope you enjoy these gorgeous girls and the fun times we had. If there are any sororites in the Dallas area (Texas Christian Univeristy / Southern Methodist University), I would absoultely love to work with you! Just head over to my contact page now and submit a form! I look forward to hearing from you!
A couple of months ago, I had the opportunity to photograph Caddy Corner's Modern Calligraphy Workshop at the cutest little store in the Bishop Arts District called All Good Things. You can see plenty of images below of what this store has to offer.
We had such a great time getting to know the other attendees and their passions. They were from all over and all came together to learn calligraphy from Caddy Jurica. It was such an inspiring night.
Caddy told me, "No workshops are planned yet but I'm planning to have a new batch in late summer! They can check my website for updates www.caddycornerdesigns.com/workshops or sign up for my newsletter to get the dates sent to their inbox! www.caddycornerdesigns.com/newsletter." So go check her out!
Also follow All Good things on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/allgoodthingspaper/!
Scroll down to see what you're missing and we hope to see you at the next workshop.