Monica & Wil....I don't know where to begin. I guess I'll start out by saying THANK YOU for not only letting Eric and I shoot your wedding, but THANK YOU for an amazing night that I will always remember. I've shot a lot of weddings over the last few years, but I can't remember ever having this much fun! It's always enjoyable shooting for a client that is laid back and spends more time focusing on having a good time then worrying about the little annoying nuances that may arise during your big wedding day. I know for a fact that Eric, Lindsay, and I thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and not once did we ever feel like we were there "to do a job". So once again THANK YOU!Read More
Lyndsey and John, I don't even know where to begin with these two. It always seems harder the closer you are to a couple, and I've known these two for quite a while now. Lyndsey is a down home girl with punk rock appeal, and John is a "guys guy" who works with his hands and plays in the mud. Put these two together and they are a perfect fit. I met up with Lyndsey early that morning with her girls at the salon, even though John tried his hardest to put me out of commission the night before. That's a different story for a different time.Read More
This year has been packed full of interesting weddings with unique themes and locations, but when Lisa told me that we were going to be shooting a Vintage Circus themed wedding, I knew that this was going to be a spectacular event. Inspired by the movie Water for Elephants, Amber and Cody enlisted the help of their family and friends to help transform the Willow Lake Wedding Gardens into the sight of the Greatest Love On Earth. They built everything from
When Lisa, Eric, and I began our little journey out to Jacksonville, Texas, I wasn't sure what to expect, nor was I quite ready for the excitement we had ahead of us.
First off, the bar was already set high after shooting Stefani's bridals at the McKinney Cotton Mill. That shoot ended up being one of those epic shoots where the bride just fits perfectly with the location she's being shot in, and it's easily one of the best shoots I've done. So when I was told that the wedding was taking place in East Texas, near Jacksonville I became intrigued. When I was told the place was called Castle on the Lake my curiosity peeked.