(Charles | Wildwood Inn | Dallas, Texas)
Wow. Just wow. I never knew how amazing it would be to become an Austin Wedding Photographer. I get butterflies in my stomach when I look back on 2014. We met so many amazing clients. We watched so many ceremonies — and I even teared up at a few of them. We got to come alongside families and friends and document the best days of their lives. Really, truly, it was amazing.
We shot weddings all over Austin, Dallas, and Houston this year. And we traveled to Portland, Oregon to shoot a friend’s wedding. And even though most of the images we capture are the big moments — the tears and laughter; the dances and the toasts; the “I Do’s” and the ring exchanges — snapping a portrait in a quiet moment is one of my favorite things to do on a wedding day. Just being there, like a fly on the wall, catching those in-between moments. In the end, these images tend to be the little surprises that make brides cry when they get their wedding albums back.
(Travis | Texas Old Town | Kyle, Texas)
I’d been thinking about how to encapsulate 2014 in a “Year in Review” blog post. There’s just so many beautiful weddings and so many incredible moments. Finding a way to review a year as wonderful as 2014 turned out to be quite the challenge. So in the end, I decided to take a more quiet approach. So here, dear reader, is my “2014 Year In Review” blog post, told through the quieter moments of candid portraits taken throughout wedding days and engagement sessions. We hope you enjoy the journey through our year!
(Father of the Bride | Texas Old Town | Kyle, Texas)
(Matthew | Urban Uptown Dallas Wedding)
(Father of the Groom | Urban Uptown Dallas Wedding)
(Amanda | Austin Engagement Session)
(Kelly | Dallas Engagement Session)
(Jennifer | Dallas Engagement Session, Arts District)
(Steven | Austin Engagement Session)
(Michael | Portland Wedding )
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