“You have brought tears to the eyes of everyone who has seen it...”
Seriously, I cannot say enough and cannot stop watching.
Somehow I missed this lovely feature of Laura and Noah‘s wedding at Ma Maison, featuring Suzi Q‘s photographs, Bird Dog Wedding‘s styling, and my Super 8mm wedding film of Laura and Noah on Grey Likes Weddings. Better late...
Alex & Brandon got married at the stunning Hotel Saint Cecilia in nestled among South Austin oaks, followed by a super fun and unique reception at Brandon’s Eastside bar, Craftsman Bar. This wedding had a lot of beautiful eye candy...
A beautiful couple in a gorgeous lakeside location led to some truly beautiful Super 8 film. Their wedding day was saturated in color: from Elena’s stunning wedding dress to the rich details of the festivities! This wedding went...
Molly and Jaime remind me how much I love filming weddings! Warm, creative, eclectic, fun — their wedding was all of these things! A pair of teachers who met in Bogotá, Columbia, where they live, they hosted an amazing wedding...
Rachael and Alex had a heartfelt and spiritual union, a stunning wedding literally in Rachael’s mother’s backyard. Except her mom’s backyard just happens to be the amazing new wedding venue Ma Maison! I felt so lucky to be a...
Laura and Noah’s wedding day combined New York chic with the best that Austin and the Hill Country have to offer! They chose an amazing venue, Ma Maison, and combined that with food from both East Side King during cocktails and The Salt...
Somehow I missed this lovely feature of Laura and Noah‘s wedding at Ma Maison, featuring Suzi Q‘s photographs, Bird Dog Wedding‘s styling, and my Super 8mm wedding film of Laura and Noah on Grey Likes Weddings. Better late than never, right!?Read More
Before the holidays, I participated in a holiday photography trade with some talented local photographers and their families. Local Austin photographer Luba Cain captured these photos of Zora & I, which I will cherish always…
I wish you and your family the happiest of holidays!
And a behind-the-scenes… Just for fun!
Photography by Luba CainRead More
Alex & Brandon got married at the stunning Hotel Saint Cecilia in nestled among South Austin oaks, followed by a super fun and unique reception at Brandon’s Eastside bar, Craftsman Bar. This wedding had a lot of beautiful eye candy and a playful spirit. Plus we got to work with The Nichols, which is always such a good time! More forthcoming from this beautiful wedding after the holidays… but for the last film of before the holiday break, I leave you with their Super 8mm wedding film feature…
Congratulations Alex & Brandon!
Band: Terra Vista Strings
Bridesmaid dresses: girls’ own
Bride’s Shoes and Accessories: BHLDN
Cake: Polka Dots
Catering: Hotel Saint Cecilia, Pueblo Viejo food truck, and Garbo’s food truck
Cinematography: Nostalgia Film
Coordinator: Hotel Saint Cecilia & Gal Friday Austin
DJ – Kid Slyce
Florist: Margot Blair Floral
Groom’s suit: Z Zegna
Groom’s shoes: To Boot New York
Groomsmen suits: Al’s Formal Wear
HMUA: Pearl Salon
Invitations: Ruminary Co.
Photobooth: Annie Ray Photo
Photographer: The Nichols
Stationery: Save the dates and rehearsal dinner invites (bride, stamps from Antiquaria)
Venues: Hotel Saint Cecilia and Craftsman Bar
Wedding Dress: Alvina Valenta, Ivory Bridal Atelier
Music soundtrack licensed by The Music BedRead More
The Austin Zoo is close to my heart as it’s a rescue and rehabilitation zoo. Zora always enjoys it, noticing new things and new animals every time we go.
This time, I threw a fun little toy camera–my Diana Mini–with the end of a roll of 35mm Lomo film into my bag and grabbed a couple of shots of my wee little one. This time, feeding the deer was her favorite!
A lot of times when I travel, I like to take a toy plastic camera in addition to my fancy DSLR. It forces to me think on the fly, shoot from the hip, think about composition, and just have fun! In this case, it was the Diana Mini with 400 speed Lomo film. It makes dreamy, lo-fi images, and it’s always kind of an adventure to see what you’re going to get weeks after you’ve returned. I first discovered Lomography and their line of cameras (starting with the awesome Lomo LC-A about 15 or 16 years ago), and I have been hooked since!