Category Archives: Weddings


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Not only were Meghan and Keith extremely photogenic, but they were two of the nicest people you’d ever meet. We traveled around Chapel Hill and Durham to take their engagement photos, and we even stopped by Duke Gardens (a place so beautiful that it even attracts Carolina grads). While attending UNC-Chapel Hill during their undergrad years they happened to meet each other in a Spanish language class, and the rest is history. They will be getting married this coming Fall on UNC’s campus with their reception in downtown Durham. Can’t wait!










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Fall 2011 was a great time to get married in North Carolina and Virginia. The weather was great, football was in full swing, and each wedding had its own unique feel. Here a few of my favorite images…

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Being a Texas native I was excited to photograph Bryan and Kristen’s wedding in the Texas Hill Country. The weekend started off with a trip to historic Gruene Hall and dinner at the Gristmill Restaurant overlooking the Guadalupe River. On Saturday the ceremony and reception took place just outside of New Braunfels at the brand new Boulder Springs Event Center. Bryan and Kristen are two of the most fun people you could ever meet, and their wedding reflected that. Between “The Aggie War Hymn”, a Kyle Field cake and Bryan’s dance moves, the reception was a party that nobody wanted to end. In fact, the party continued on 6th Street in Austin thanks to the party bus and it’s driver E.J.(see photo below). It was a good time had by all, and I had a blast documenting their big day. Congrats to Bryan and Kristen!

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I had the honor of photographing TJ & Kaley’s wedding during the summer in Iowa, and it was one awesome event! The weekend’s events were held in Kaley’s hometown of Readlyn, IA (Populaton: 753). The ceremony took place on the front porch of Kaley’s childhood home. Mason jars filled with lit candles hung from the trees while guests sat facing the wrap around porch where the two were married. Much like you would expect in Iowa, corn fields and perfectly manicured, golf course quality grass surrounded the beautiful two-story home. After the ceremony the guests were released for cocktail hour while the bridal party boarded a large flatbed trailer with “Just Married” written across the back. The “float” paraded around town multiple times while what seemed like everyone in town came out of their homes and businesses to wave and cheer.

The reception was held in a large barn that was beautifully decorated and included a fully stocked “candy bar” inspired by the bride’s love for sweets. The rest of the night was filled with memorable toasts, a great meal, and dancing into the early morning hours. After such a great weekend, I can’t wait for my next visit to Iowa. Thank you TJ & Kaley!!!

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