My wife and I took H. up to northern Illinois to visit her great grammie—my grammie—and thanks to the polar vortex she was able really play in copious amounts of snow for the first time. This is what happened when she inevitably tried to eat it.
A few weeks ago I had the honor of documenting the wedding of these two kind folks with my friend Erica. All through the morning and into the afternoon the weather forecast didn't look good. It looked even worse as I drove through a downpour to get there.
Upon my arrival at The Inn at Wild Rose Hall however the rain stopped, the clouds eventually parted, and the sun came out leaving the ceremony to take place amongst the trees instead of indoors, and cooling down the late September evening nicely.
Sure there were severe thunderstorm warnings and flash flooding throughout central Texas, but that did nothing to dampen the spirits of this bride & groom and their guests at their wedding ceremony and reception at Casa Blanca in Round Rock. This wedding was shot—as usual—in support of the multi-talented Shauna Autry Photography.
My friend "Gina Tonic" participating in the final round of CLAWstin 4 at Bar 96 in Austin, Texas. CLAWstin is/are a loose affiliation of superbad women arm wrestling each other to raise money for women-initiated causes.
Turn learn more about CLAWstin be sure to check out their Facebook page.
I had the pleasure of shooting the intimate wedding reception of Amy & Gerry this past weekend at Parkside in downtown Austin following their private, family-only wedding captured by Shauna Autry Photography Speaking of which, you may spot my regular wedding photo partner in crime in a few of these images as she got to enjoy the evening as a guest!
The Lambs are some of the nicest folks you could hope to meet. My wife and I have known them for years and they're always quick to lend a hand should you need it. They're also a lot of fun, and that trait has been successfully passed down to their daughter in spades.
With the addition of a son this winter it seemed appropriate to get some family photos done. I was honored and happy to oblige!
A colorful, DIY fall wedding at Hummingbird House just South of Austin. I've known the Courtney's wonderfully close-knit family for several years and it was an honor to document this day for her an Ian. A beautiful September evening played host to copious amounts of fun and laughter had by all. Congrats you guys!
When you get married on the 4th of July, it makes sense to play it up a bit. And when you get married, it makes sense that many of the guests may want to get a picture taken with the bridge and groom. Amy & Jed did both, with life-sized cutouts of themselves in front of a large American flag. It made for some odd photo combinations as you'll see.