// Never able to pick *just one* when I shoot with this lovely breath of fresh air. Was feeling anxious the morning we shot these photos. Rye brought me the best calming tea, & I’ve been dreaming of it ever since. I think we can all use a little more peace, zen, and love these days. These photos bless me like that too.
// This photo makes me feel things. It’s “home” for these two. The place they love to be. Together. Wet hair, swimsuits, sunset. The real stuff. And that’s all I ever want to capture. ...it also makes me feel like I want to be back on the lake without a care in the world. But, really, I loved this day with these two so much. If only I could fast forward to living in the Hill Country (putting this energy out into the world...again).
// Sometimes people ask me what my dream photoshoot is. And that’s a tough question to answer. Mainly because my dream shoot probably isn’t your dream shoot, and my job is to capture YOU. But when I found out this drive-in would be a perfect location for A + M (and their story), you could say it was a dream come true. I loved editing these to match the vibe of the location + totally felt like we were back in 1973 going to the drive in on Saturday night.
// Hey, it’s me. A year ago today I posted an IGTV (that I won’t delete for mems sake, but it makes me cringeeeee - I couldn’t even make it through watching it). Edited to note: Not entirely just my voice, but my whole being 😂🙈. I announced I was moving back to Texas from a short 7 months in LA. While I definitely don’t recommend moving two times in one year, and as cringe-y as it is to look back at who I was in that video vs. who I am now, it was all worth it. And just a reminder: Putting in the work (on your heart, mind, body, spirit) is also always worth it.
// Been trying to document life more. (Read: Justify updating my iPhone 7 to the iPhone 11). But also life is grand and should be documented. Here are some iPhone photos from my recent trip to Galveston / my aunt and uncle’s place in Bayou Vista.