We first met Megan nearly five years ago at Seth and Marni’s Riviera Maya wedding at The Rosewood Mayakoba. She was not only their great friend but also the planner that helped Marni coordinate and execute a gorgeous destination wedding. When she called last year to tell us that she was engaged and that they […]
Paige and Nick's first meeting was not what you would call ideal. Nick came back from an embarrassment that would have sidelined even the best of us and found himself exactly where he wanted to be, engaged to the woman of his dreams.
Alex works with the Nationals organization and Meghan fulfilled a life long dream by earning one of the coveted spots as a Wizard Girls. Can you say POWER COUPLE?! We had a really fun time photographing in the quaint little town of McKinney Texas and can not wait for their January 2015 wedding to take place at the Sunset Room by Wolfgang Puck at National Harbor.
We have known Diana since she moved in next door and have known Mike since they met and started dating. So, yeah, you can say we're attached. I don't mean that figuratively either, their townhouse is literally attached to ours.
Let's say you have a bride that graduated from Southern Methodist University and now works for the SMU athletics department. Add the fact that she is marrying a man that is also an SMU alum. Finally, imagine they have an adorable dog named Doak (after the legendary SMU quarterback Doak Walker)
Michael asked for her hand during a Texas Rangers game and the proposal involved a large handmade sign and even the Rangers mascot. As we began chatting about where to capture their engagement photos it became quickly evident that returning to Rangers Ballpark in Arlington just made the most sense.
Although they were living in Dallas when we first chatted with them, Theresa and Dick met in Fort Worth on a charity pub crawl of all places. Let's take a moment to acknowledge what a tremendous idea this is! Ok, now we can carry on. We love these two and we love Fort Worth.
Allison + Josh's engagement session was at Lee Park and was a simple and elegant morning session to avoid the heat of summer. Their images have been the inspiration for other client's engagement photos.
Hilary and David love living in uptown Dallas. On a somewhat dreary and damp day, we headed out to McKinney Ave in search of some great backdrops that screamed Uptown Dallas to capture images that told the story of their life together and that of the the Avenue they love so much.
Shelby mentioned to Michelle that she wanted to leave a note on THE truck. She could never bring herself to leave the note, that is, until Valentine's Day 2011. Fueled by the prospect of love, and a few glasses of wine, Shelby left a note that simply read, "Love the Truck. Call Me, Shelby".