Vineyards may provide one of the best backdrops for wedding shoots. I don’t know what it is, maybe the lines of vines crossing the landscape has something to do with it.  Perhaps it is the way the light filters through the vines and the way the rows of vines lead your eyes to the subject you are photographing.  Who knows, but I can say that Childress Vineyard has all that going on and so much more!  I had the chance to photograph Marla and Chase’s wedding reception there after a wonderful ceremony at their church.  The weather was very nice on this day and the glow of the sun as it receded below the horizon was just spectacular!  Just take a look for yourself!  Click the “contact” tab at the top of the page to discuss your own wedding details.

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I am truly honored anytime a former Bride & Groom contact me to photograph their baby!  I photographed Greg & Katherine’s wedding back in 2011, but now they have a new addition to their family.  Documenting such important events and moments are so awesome, I really feel special being included in the evolution of a family from marriage to the birth of their children.  In addition to taking some images in the home, we all headed over to Freedom Park to capture some of the dwindling light and leaves.  This little cutie below was so much fun to photograph!

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Just a couple of weeks back I had the awesome opportunity to photography a buddy of mine and his fiance for their engagement session.  I am so looking forward to shooting their wedding later in the Spring!  We met up at Freedom Park on a crisp January day and were able to get some great shots around the park.  I especially like the images with nice rim-lighting and warm tones trickling down through the trees.  Daniel and Tiffany are an awesome couple and their laughter, smiles and affection for each other is abundant in the selection below.  Congrats guys, I am looking forward to a fun day later this Spring!

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I have taken way too much time off from blogging over the holidays, but I want to change that today!  I still have a backlog of sessions that I want to post, so I will start with a family session from recently.  It was great meeting up with this family again, always an honor to be asked to shoot family photos yearly and see how the family has grown.  As always, I like to get those strong family portraits, but also capture the interaction between parents/kids.  My focus is warm, intimate imagery that is TACK sharp.  From the session –

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