Downtown Houston was the scene for this engagement session featuring Courtney and Harvetta. Harvetta first outfit was stellar and Courtney did a amazing job of matching her fly. The two of them had such a playful demeanor during the entire shot and you could truly tell that Courtney is marrying the love of his life.Read More
St. Lukes Methodist Church was a beautiful sight to see, the architecture was astonishing. The chapels are immaculate, especially the ivory colored marble floors. What an amazing finish! Although the church held much beauty, the true beauty came when I got the chance to work with two stellar people.Read More
Chance is adorable, that is the entire write up. Just joking, my long time friend Elmo Parker whose wedding I'll be shooting this year reached out to me about capturing some images of his son. Most parents say their child is cute or adorable but they are usually bias. Well thats not the case for Chance, this kid has the look. We captured some quick images in the heart of Third Ward Houston, Texas right near Elmo World Famous Restaurant Kim's Kitchen. I love how the images came out, and if you disagree with his cuteness something may be wrong with youRead More
Sugarland, Texas has a small town feel and that was the perfect for this family portrait photo session. Karla(far right) commissioned us to capture her, her sisters, and mother so that they could fresh this moment in time. The sisters (Kristen far right, Keri Middle) had their own unique personalities and their mother(The youngest looking one) was a riot.Read More
Being based out of Houston, Texas and being a wedding and engagement photographer you have to do things differently to stand out. So over the past couple of years I have noticed several signature things that I do when I photograph couples during weddings and engagement photo sessions. The one similarity that jumped out at me the most was that I had photographed every single one of my couples hands.Read More
Houston, Texas was the scene of most recent Downtown Engagement Photo Session. I had the pleasure of working with Miranda McCray and Samual Short. Miranda and Sam are both Mississippi natives but they have transplanted to Houston, Texas. The session was pretty fun because these two have a great sense of humor and the smiles spilled through the photos. The daylight portion of the engagement session was at Market Square Park which is historic area of Downtown Houston.Read More
Downtown Houston during the fall is a beautiful place to shot, so when Bola and Donna commissioned me to capture them for their engagement!Read More
Day for Night is an amazing festival which I have been lucky enough to shoot for the past three years. This year was different, something came over me - it may sound corny, but I felt I had a duty. Here is the backstory to this feeling: I was listening to Solange's album so that I would know the words and could fan out after I shot her set, and -BAM-, the song "F.U.B.U.” hit me.
I thought to myself, how often does the Black community get the spotlight at these type of festivals. Our talents are often showcased, but us as patrons are often nowhere to be found. I'm not making this a white and black thing, but more of a "hey we are awesome and check US out". So I took it into my own hands and documented patrons that shared my melanin disposition.
I recently had the chance to work with an amazing couple, Ashford and AP. I met with them prior to their shoot and they were warm and sweet. Ashford seems quiet and reserved but AP, on the other hand, you could tell had some adventurism within him. So the day of the session the Astro's were having their Championship parade, which means the traffic was tragic but Ashford brought the slay with her and AP held his own. The session was colorful, upbeat, and very fashion forward. These two have an amazing sense of style and I can't wait to see what the wedding has to offer.Read More
Kaitlyn and Christian have a unique love that many may never get to witness and I was honored to capture their special day. Katilyn is a quiet but cheerful young lady and Christian is a comedian but sharp as blade. Together these to make a formidable couple. After their engagement session which we did earlier in the year, I expected the wedding to be elegant and a blast at the least. Alexia of the TheSavvyConsultants delivered once again; she and her team completely revamped the look of the Hughes Manor venue. The floral arrangements may have been some of the best I've seen all year, but that’s what I have grown to expect from Plant N Petals. The day begin at Houston's historic hotel, Hotel ICON, which is located in the heart of downtown. Kim Clark was the makeup artist for the day, and Kim always does an amazing job. Christian and the fellas got ready at home and worked with my second photographer Mike Munoz. From Hotel Icon, Kaitlyn and her bridesmaids rode a trolley to the midtown church where we captured some amazing portraits. Their first look was a happy and fun moment shared between the two.Read More