Brooke Bossier a student at Texas A&M University, a model and a youtube star (you can go check out her youtube page here). I met her on Brazos Valley Fashion Week and ever since that day I knew that I had to work with her again, and I am so glad that I did!
I thought that her distinct features would be perfect for a 60’s inspired shoot and we went around Downtown Bryan getting the old bricks and getting that classic old vibe. We were lucky enough to find an old beat-up Volkswagen Beetle that was abandoned there in Downtown and not to toot my own horn, but my lord the results were amazing!!
Brooke is one of those people who is super hard working and that is up for anything. It was a ridiculously hot day (even for Texas) and we were sweating our body weight off but that didn’t stop Brooke, she was determined to get the best pictures and used a pad to remove the sweat/shine from her face (Hey, don’t judge, I didn’t have anything else with me and those suckers are absorbent and got the job done!). We went all over Downtown Bryan, from antique shops, staircases and even outside of the courthouse! We then went near my house where we got the sunset and got a more natural and fresh look.
Hope that you enjoyed the pictures, for now that is all
When my friend Claire asked me to shoot her little sister’s high school senior portrait pictures i obviously said “Hell YEAH!!” and I am so glad I did. I had a blast shooting in George Bush Library as well as walking around in Downtown Bryan with these goofballs (don’t let her serious face fool ya, she is a huge goofball!!)
We spent the majority of the time in Downtown Bryan because we wanted that hipster/grungy look that Downtown Bryan has and it fit her perfectly. I made poor Abby sit in a car that wasn’t ours and go to a bar. Call me a bad influencer, but in the end we got some awesome shots and thats all that matters!
I can’t wait to see what the future has in store for this this beautiful girl !!
p.s. shout out to Peyton for being an awesome make-up assistant and to that tabby cat that we couldn’t catch in D.B!
I had the pleasure of being a 2nd shooter for the amazing John Mansfield. If you haven’t seen his stuff you should he is an amazing wedding photographer, but don’t take my word for it go check him out yourself- AllHeartPhotography.
Everything about this wedding was gorgeous and amazing; the couple, the venue, ceremony, cake and reception. The thing that I loved the most was seeing just how in love Bailey & Josh were with each other. Seriously, they couldn’t stop smiling at each other and you could see how giddy and excited Bailey was at the idea of a life next to Josh (and vise versa)
The ceremony and wedding reception was held at the Carriage House in Conroe, TX. The reception was in an elegant and classy barn, I’m no fan of barn myself but my lord this barn was STUNNING. It really was the perfect location for a wedding.
The night was filled with love, laughter and family. I am so glad I was able to witness the love that Bailey & Josh have for each other and I wish them the best of luck!