Yearly Archives: 2015
Of all the milestones in a young couple’s life, purchasing that first home may be the one of the most exciting. It’s likely that they will bring their first child there from the hospital.
Months ago, we found out that our dear friend Ashley had been diagnosed with cancer. Since that time, she and her doctors have waged all out war on the disease. And they are winning. These images are
Rayna’s bridals photographed November 3, 2015 at The McKinney Cotton Mill, McKinney, Texas.
“I remember all them days I waited so patiently Until God brought someone who’s gonna be good to me And he blessed my soul…” -Alabama Shakes ‘I Found You’
Your mission, should you decide to accept it, is to view the following images without smiling. Not even once. Should you fail in your mission, well, join the club. I couldn’t do it either.
This Saturday morning senior session with Jaclyn and her mom was simply perfect. We had gorgeous October weather. Deep Ellum and Klyde Warren Park in downtown Dallas were full of color and hazy
I’ve not been able to keep up with posting the fashion work I’ve done with Ciara at VeiledFree.com, so I thought I would blog some of my favorites from October, 2015! As you can see,
I’ve been pleasantly surprised by the number of guys I’ve created senior portraits for this year. Let’s face it. Guys are not usually thrilled at the idea of spending an
Congratulations on your senior year Jack!
Carla and I had the great pleasure to travel out to East Texas last night to spend the evening with some of our favorite families and create some beautiful Fall portraits. Thanks so much to the
It’s always difficult to schedule student athletes for senior portraits given the grueling schedules they keep, and it’s a real challenge to schedule football players in the Fall. I expected that
I’ve always loved weddings held in the family church. There’s a special feeling, a continuity, that reinforces the sanctity of the vows and the joy of a new union. I understand completely