Bingham Wedding

Alyssa walked down the aisle to the theme song from Anne of Green Gables... so if you're like me and music really impacts how you experience life, you should definitely press play before you scroll through this wedding. 

Daniel and Alyssa only had eyes for each other on their wedding day. The only way I can think to describe it, is that Daniel genuinely adored her and wanted to be by her side all day. It was so sweet to see a gentle and kind love like theirs. 

I meet with every couple a few weeks before their wedding to finalize details. And the most important question I ask them when I meet with them is, "How do you want to remember this day ten years from now?" Alyssa and Daniel said they were most excited to remember the faces of everyone around them. While I didn't include all the MANY candid shots I took that day in this gallery, I can see in th


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Dani | Senior Portraits

I asked a lot from Dani for this session.. through puppy kisses, bumble bee avoidances, and posing *next to the cactuses in people's yards (thanks tech terrace residents!)... we got THESE stellar shots. 

Dani was a boss at her senior pictures (especially when there were a million families and graduates watching when we were at the Seal!). I had no complaints about her bringing a corgi puppy with her. Would you complain about having to spend time with that cute little fuzz ball?

We took these at the Texas Tech Horticulture Gardens and a handful of Tech Terrace homes (but only in the street cause trespassing in people's yards just feels weird). 

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Sarah | Senior Portraits

Let's talk goopy feelings first. 

This is how life works. You build relationships. You invest time, tears, laughs, and soul into them... and then you have to part and let someone else do life with them. All you can do is celebrate how sweet your time together was and tell them how much you love them and desire for them to thrive as they move on. 

So Sarah, go take on the challenges, the adventures, the searing pains, and the deepest joys of life as fully as you can. 

On a non-goopy more comical note:

Sarah almost fell into a fountain during this session. And since I know her, I would have probably laughed first, then felt terrible because her beautiful hair and makeup would have been ruined. When you know who you're photographing, you're allowed to laugh when they almost eat it in a fountain. 

Also, now I know not to just send seniors into the fountain on campus without a little warning and without a large stick to hold onto. The moss is slippery and the fountain is slanted downward toward the middle.... I wonder how many seniors have actually fallen in? 

SENIORS: I still have senior sessions available before the end of the school year. Book now and get 15% off of a $350 session. 

Mary | Senior Portraits