Portraits

2018 in Review | 3D Gifs

I started 2018 with a new toy. And we played, a lot. So here are my favorite 3D gifs/wigglegrams/stereoscopic images I made last year.

From covering my roommate in milk to him covering me in silly string. From Astroworld Festival to Desert Daze to Air + Style. I can’t wait to see where this weird shit takes me this year.

Head here to see more. If you’re interested in getting a lenticular print of any of these images, hit me up here.

The Night Game Album Release Party at Break Room 86

The Night Game (aka Martin Johnson of the pop rock band you were definitely jamming to in middle school, Boys Like Girls) held their album release party at Break Room 86 a few weeks ago. The only camera I had on hand was my lil film point and shoot, and I’m okay with that.

Click the photos to scroll through them big.

Renovation Across the Nation with Lowe's, Kelly Rowland, and Boys & Girls Club of Long Beach

Lowe’s had me out to shoot the unveiling of their first Renovation Across the Nation project. Partnering with the Boy & Girls Clubs of America to revitalize and rejuvenate youth centers across the states, Lowe’s planned an afternoon of fun, food, and laughs for these kids in Long Beach. They even managed to pull off a pretty cool surprise - Kelly Rowland of Destiny’s Child stopped by to partake in all the festivities.

Click the images to scroll through them big. Click here to see more about events I’ve shot in the past.

New Year, New Toy | Wigglegrams

Ya girl got a new gun. Time to shoot all the three dimensional things!

Interested in making some wigglegrams/3D gifs/stereoscopic goodness together? Hit me up here.

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Michael + Megan | Winery Wedding on 35mm Film

It took every ounce of will power within me not to share the film I shot at my brother and Megan's destination wedding this June. The light, the love, and the breathtaking views of Sonoma Valley - y'all, it's unreal. But Christmas came early and with the surprise albums I made for my family already unwrapped, I finally get to show off photos from what was the most beautiful wedding I've ever seen.

While not part of the official photo team, I couldn't help hanging back and adding my little canon ae-1 to the mix. I've never shot stills at a wedding, so this was a super fun compliment to the video work and engagement sessions I'm used to.

Cheers to Michael and Megan, cheers to film photography, and cheers to you for clicking these and viewing them big and on black (I'm sorry I am so lame).

The Greenups | Engagement + Family Portraits

Love is a magical thing, and there's something pretty damn magical in getting to capture a moment of time in it.

I really lucked out shooting Courtney and Derek's engagement photos a few weeks ago. For one, they so graciously put up with swarms of mosquitos to explore a new location with me. Two, they brought along my favorite little human bean for some family portraits. And three, they laughed and laughed the entire time; reminding me of just how magical love is (and making my job magically easy).

Here are some shots from their family portraits/save the dates/engagement session hybrid. Click them to see them big and on black.

Priscila | Studio Senior Portraits

When I graduated from high school and college, I didn't take any senior portraits; maybe because I hate change and was less than enthused during these occasions, or maybe because I hate being in front of other people's cameras. Either way, I was glad this photographer from my old high school reached out to have me shoot her graduation photos because I kinda sorta really regret not having any of my own.

Can't get enough of the feel and light at Houston's The Studio HTX. Click the images to see them big and on black.