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Vista West Ranch in the Texas Hill Country is the perfect host for a chic, rustic wedding day – and it was a beautiful setting for Claire, Steven, and their guests. I have had the pleasure of knowing Claire since she reserved me last year, and seeing her vision come to life after a year of creative […]

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Did you know that North by Northwest in Northwest Austin is a wedding venue? Neither did I! Not until I met Shannon and Matt earlier this year, a craft beer-loving couple who told me about their plans to host a VIP-only wedding day in the patio Beer Garden of NXNW. It was a welcoming setting, perfect for […]

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Wedding photography takes me to new places constantly. Each wedding venue I step into has a different story, but rarely are they as inspirational as the story behind CTC Garden in Austin, TX. CTC International, (which means Comfort The Children) is a non-profit organization that helps communities in Kenya build and manage sustainable economies that help them […]

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I’d say the fall season is a lovely time to celebrate a Texas Longhorn themed wedding. The signature burnt orange UT color fits the autumn palette to perfection, and football season builds the spirit within every Longhorn and Longhorn at heart. Kaitie and Seth conveyed their alma mater loyalty by celebrating their wedding day in […]

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  • North East Wedding Photographer - Hello I am a photographer from the North East of England and found your site while browsing the web. Really nice photos I love the way you have used reflections in your photos – very creative

  • Madeline - I bought a nikon SLR carmea and want to take a photography class to learn how to use it. I came across your website and am interested in taking a class- possibly May 21st or 22nd though need more information in regards to time, price, location-etc. Thanks!brooke

There is something uniquely special about weddings held at home. I think it’s the authenticity. Weddings are such milestone gatherings, and it seems that the home weddings I have photographed over the years have a way of getting to the heart of the matter by forgoing extra unnecessaries in order to host every cherished guest. While […]

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  • Doug - I am a preschool teceahr and oddly enough, children do gravitate to certain toys- it is very interesting for me to observe this fact. Children play with what interests them- that is called developmentally appropriate play. Give the children something new maybe ,not a toy, GAK( a slimy goo) for instance, and all will play equally the same. Boys and girls play and like to be curious about new things, if you want your child to explore all directions of thinking give them new activities -children learn best with physical activity that relates to play. That is why role play(kitchen cooking, singing while reading, clapping phoeones, helps that child scaffold new information. Boys( by knowledge of anthropological inherits traits) are often implusive they love the ZOOM of a truck, noise, motion activities. Girls( by anthropological traits) are nuturers , they will relate to dolls, softness, animals cuddling and so on.As they get a little older you will begin to see they will chose what they like to play with(parellel play)- or play with what other children play with when they get to associative play.Buy them both trucks and dolls, red , pink and blue, and let them play with what they like . Open ended selection is always the best. For art too!