Everyone needs a couple like Emilia & Juan in their circle because people like this just make life sweeter. Not only are they completely real, they are completely in love and I'm all here for it. Their engagement session took us around their alma mater campus of University of Dallas before we journeyed down to the Ronald Kirk Bridge. The old school architecture of the campus is a perfect compliment to the modernized skyline that Dallas is constructing for the west side. Stay tuned for their wedding this fall! It's going to be gorgeous!
When Kristin first contacted me about an engagement session in Bishop Arts, I was so excited. I love Bishop Arts and everything Dallas has to offer for the pedestrian life. We braved the potential rainy weather and ran over to the Continental Bridge and I got the last shot right as the rain began to pour. Like huge fat raindrops. Seriously, perfecting timing. We definitely had a blast, but getting to know her and Trevor during their session was definitely the highlight for me because these two are crazy perfect for each other and so real. I love hearing about how each couple met, each story is so unique to them. These two? Tinder. Love truly can be found anywhere if you're willing to look. #swiperight
Colin is deceptively quite. While he definitely has a more reserved presence, he keeps his amazing personality for those he includes in his inner circle. It was great getting to see his quirky side come out as the session progressed from Trinity Park to downtown Fort Worth. He'll be going out-of-town for college in the fall and I can't wait to see how this (extremely tall) teenager turns into a fabulous young man. Congrats Colin!