Moving locations means I don't get to see old friends as often or pieces of children's lives that have touched mine in such wonderful ways. But I was able to snag a couple extra senior sessions that meant having one more memory with some of my favorite seniors. Mackenzie is definitely no exception to that and I was SOOO excited to hear from her mom about booking this shoot for her. She's not a boot-wearing kind of Texas gal, she likes it upscale so we headed to Sundance Square before wrapping it up at the Water Gardens. Both being high on my list of favorite Fort Worth locales to stroll through (you can say I like it upscale too). Her brother blew me away with his ninja model skills at his session a couple years ago, and she came to prove that this family does not disappoint. This young lady is gonna go far in helping others after college and I couldn't be more proud of how her life is panning out. Congrats!
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
Tara & Todd are truly fun-loving people. We had a ton of laughs as we made our way through the Bishop Arts District and White Rock Lake in Dallas for their engagement session. We had some props, a fabulous wardrobe change and we managed to beat the heat before it become utterly unbearable. I can't wait to see what they have in store for their Dallas wedding, but I know it's going to be top notch!