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My road to shooting Eva & Steve’s wedding day actually began in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico last year at their friend’s, Danielle & Mick, destination wedding. (Haven’t seen those photos? You should check them out! Click here) During my time in Puerto Vallarta I had a chance to meet and visit with Eva & Steve, and they had a whole weekend to watch me work. Add in a recommendation from Danielle & Mick and it really was the best sales presentation I could ever possibly give.

Their homemade backyard wedding was held at the groom’s parents beautiful home in the Pinecrest neighborhood in South Miami. The garden at Steve’s mother’s home was the most incredible sight I have ever seen outside of an arboretum, it was the perfect setting for their wedding day. The beautiful day was thanks to very hard work from Eva and her mother-in-law, every detail was attended to, and as you can see the day went by about as perfect as possible.

I am very proud of the images from this wedding day, they represent the best of natural light documentary wedding coverage for myself. I am constantly reminded how lucky I am to be given the opportunity by my clients to shoot their unique events. Thank you to Eva & Steve for this opportunity it certainly was my pleasure.

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For Mandy & Whit’s wedding I had to opportunity to return to one of my favorite wedding locations in Fort Worth, the Van Cliburn hall and McDavid Studio at Bass Hall. Their winter wedding was planned by Jan Simus Events, it was my first time working with Jan’s team and it was a blast.

The photos speak for themselves, please enjoy.

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It was a privilege to travel to Miami to document Alexandra & Timothy’s wedding in Miami, Florida. They were such a great couple to work with, after hearing all of Alex’s plans it was great to see them all come together brilliantly. They both got ready with friends and family at epic apartments in the Brickell area of Miami. From there we headed south to Pinecrest Presbyterian Church for the ceremony.

The most incredible part of the wedding was the backyard reception which was held at Alex’s parents private home. The backyard was transformed into an incredible reception venue. The rain stayed away and the night was a success. Please enjoy these photos from the day, and a few photobooth photos I threw in as well, and thanks to Alex & Tim for having me on your special day!

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This is the third and final post from Kara & Andrew’s amazing wedding in Illinois. The day after the wedding we traveled to downtown Chicago and after a delicious lunch at Flat Top Grill, a new favorite of mine, we headed to Millennium Park and surrounding areas for some photos. Kara and Andrew were troopers after a long reception the night before they were up and ready for more! I am thrilled how these came out and I cannot wait to return to Chicago for another wedding.

If you havent allready, check out the first two posts from their great event. The ceremony post & reception post.

Thanks to Kara & Andrew, and enjoy these pictures:

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