Category Archives: Chapter Two

Paniolo Ranch Wedding • Jeremiah and Emily

This was my first time shooting a San Antonio wedding, although technically, we weren’t in San Antonio. The festivities for Jeremy and Emily’s wedding started on Thursday night, right after I arrived in town. We all met on the Riverwalk for some tacos and beers. I was blown away by the Riverwalk. I even got…

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Brittany and Ben • Coyote Crossing Wedding

It was a bit chilly on Saturday morning, for October. Considering it snowed the night before, you couldn’t have asked for a more beautiful wedding day. The sun was shining and there was no sign of rain or snow on the radar. The day started out at the Delphi Opera House, before heading to Saint…

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Carliece and Keith • Skyline Club • Indy

There is a lot to love about this wedding. Carliece and Keith are some of the kindest and cool people I have had the opportunity to work with. Add in a great set of family and friends, a beautiful venue, and you have the perfect ingredients for a great wedding. I had not shot a…

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Jen and Chris • Tribune Tower Chicago Wedding

Back in April, I headed to Washington D.C., to photograph Jen and Chris for a Chapter One engagement session. If you haven’t seen that, you can find it HERE They decided to get married in the midwest though, closer to a lot of their family and friends. This is the first time that I have…

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Katie and Clay • Indiana Wedding

Katie and Clay’s summer wedding took place outdoors, at Katie’s family home, in Indiana. It was a hot one. One of the hottest wedding days that I have experienced. It was something like ninety-eight degrees with the real feels in the thousands, but everyone managed to pull off, one hell of a party. I probably…

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