“Above all, love each other deeply” 1 Peter 4:8
I don’t usually start my blog post with a bible verse but I feel like this verse completely described this amazing couple. You could feel the love between them the entire day.
My favorite thing about being a photographer is that I get to be a part of a couple’s special day and be part of their family for just a little bit and capture those amazing, raw and beautiful moments that you can only capture at a wedding.
The ceremony and wedding reception was held at the Antique Rose Emporium in Brenham, TX. Every single detail of the wedding was amazing; the ring, dress, location, family and the couple.
I wish Symone & Garret happiness, love and the best of luck even though they don’t need it because I know that they will be together for a very very long time!
Most of you may not know this, but besides being a photographer and a student at TAMU I also work at a radio station within Texas A&M called Fusion 95.1-2 (catch me on air Tuesdays from 11-1). Battle of the Bands was the very first big event by Fusion and I was beyond excited when they asked to be the photographer for the event. If you know me then you know I’m a sucker for a good concert, and boy was this an awesome concert.
The concert was at the Grand Stafford Theatre located in Downtown Bryan where local band, A Deathbed Promise and Dallas based band, Jake Dexter and the Main Street Sound faced off in an epic battle.
They both rocked but ultimately it was A Deathbed Promise who won the battle. At the end of the night it was an amazing night filled with booze, music and punk rock punches to the air.
This is her tigress face
I had the pleasure of working with the lovely Reagan Grubbs for the first time back in August. This gorgeous woman is by far the funniest and kindest person I have ever met. She has so much happiness and love that it was very hard (but extremely entertaining) to take serious or as she likes to call them “sexy shots” because she couldn’t help but make a silly face and we couldn’t stop laughing.
My favorite thing about being a photographer is the fact that you get to capture a moment in time as well as capture an emotion. I like to think that I captured her beauty and jokester side on these pictures.
We went around Downtown Bryan, Northgate and even pond-hopping at Texas A&M. She looked like she was having a blast that I couldn’t help but join her (last pic). I can’t wait to work with her again