I’m a twenty-something wedding photographer in Texas who photographs couples who are ready to celebrate their marriage. Building my business has been one hell of a ride, so grab a cup of coffee (or some wine - no judgement here) and join me for my life behind the lens.
When I met Liz, we realized that we have so much in common, it was kinda eerie! We both graduated from Texas Tech and at the time, we both worked at USAA. Even though she works in Events and I worked in IT, we share many type-A qualities that made us a perfect match for each other. Their wedding at Hotel Emma in the spring is going to be nothing short of epic!
The process to obtain a photography permit at Mission San Jose is a little lengthy, but it is so worth it. The way the beautiful stone glows as the sun sets behind the Mission walls is breathtaking! Liz and Justin had a hard time deciding if they wanted to have their session at Hotel Emma or here, but they ultimately decided they wanted something a little different for these special photos!
Liz and Justin just lit up in front of the camera! They were both worried they wouldn’t be very photogenic… umm, I think they have NOTHING to worry about! Just look at these photos!! These two laughed, hugged and had a great time the whole way through. When they went to change part way through the session, my jaw dropped when I saw Liz in her stunning red dress and Justin in his suit. IT WAS PERFECT! Their elegant outfits complimented the Mission San Jose scenery so well. I couldn’t have chosen a better combination if I tried!
I hope you enjoy some of my favorites from Liz and Justin’s engagement session at Mission San Jose!
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