College Station

Seth + Sarah | College Station Engagement Session


These two are getting married in April, and I cannot wait to celebrate with them! I had such a great time getting to know them a little bit more during their engagement session in October. So much pretty sunshine with such an awesome couple makes for a really fun engagement session. Seth and Sarah are adventurous, and I don't say that lightly. Sports, hunting, fishing, dancing, comedy school. Yeah, you read that correctly, I said comedy school. Seth is studying to be a comedian in Los Angeles. How amazing is that?! If their personalities tell me anything, it's that their going to have one heck of an awesome wedding! 

PS. Sarah's dress is the 


Meredith | College Station Portrait Session on Film

If you've been following my journey in photography for a while, you'll know I started shooting film here and there last spring, and most recently I purchased my very first medium format film camera. Before that camera came in, I went on a bit of a photo adventure when my good friend Meredith at a local park that's one of my favorites. I only brought my 35mm film camera to force myself to be confident and shoot with film, not digital. It's a scary thing, film. You've got to trust your skills because there's no display screen to tell you what you're doing wrong. Throughout this next year and beyond, I plan on offering sessions shot entirely in film. I don't think it's something I want to start implementing in my wedding work quite yet because wedding days vary sooo much. 

But, enough about that! Here are some photos from my "mini session" out with Meredith in January. I was giving her the in's and out's of shooting a camera in manual, and she was kind enough to do a little modeling for me to practice my film skills. What a fun day it was! 

Canon EOS 1V | Kodak Portra 400 | Scanned by The FIND Lab

Texas A&M Senior Photography | Mavish

When Mavish contacted me for her senior portrait session, I have to admit I was a little nervous. She wanted some professional head shots in studio, as well as natural light photos. I agreed to experiment a little, bought some studio equipment, and we went to work in my dining room (yup, I said dining room). I'm pretty excited at how the photos turned out, and I'm really glad to have been able to give Mavish some great head shots for her to use when applying for law school. After having some fun in my homemade studio, we went up to Texas A&M's campus for photos at the Administration Building, and then it was on to Navasota for classic Bluebonnet photos just as the sun was setting. 

Mavish will be graduating from Texas A&M University this May with a degree in Sociology, and plans on heading to law school afterwards! Also, this girl took four years of Latin! How cool is that?! 

Amy + Zach | College Station Wedding Photographer

Meet Amy and Zach. Two awesome people with such a sweet passion for one another. Curtis and I had the privilege of photographing their wedding in December, right before Christmas. It was held at Moore Ranch on the Brazos, a beautiful venue with amazing views of the surrounding valley. I was literally stunned when we turned onto the road that led to the ranch because of all of the beautiful hues of blues and greens that could be seen as far as the eye can see. Their ceremony had to be held inside due to the torrential downpour we had the days prior to their wedding, but nothing could ruin this happy couple’s wedding day. All of the personal touches Amy put into her day didn’t go unnoticed, and the groom’s cake?! Amazing! Thank you Amy and Zach, for sharing your beautiful day with us. We enjoyed every minute of it, and we pray for a happy and blessed future for you and your families! 


Venue: Moore Ranch on the Brazos

Cake: The Cake Box