When it comes time to write about certain clients I can’t help but describe them as friends. Looking to build long lasting relationships is my business and photography is my medium in which I work. Ryan and I met in 3rd Grade together and I can’t help remind myself how far each of has grown. We used to go turtle hunting around the lake were we grew up. We would wade in mud up to our knees to catch some of these turtles. Suggestions for all tutles reading my blog. Stop perching on logs in the muck. I can still see you even at that age of 8. I am surprised we caught so many turtles throughout 3rd grade though but those experiences bonded Ryan as one my best friends.
Ryan is one lucky guy because he married his best friend this October. I attended the wedding so I wasn’t shooting much. Instead I wanted to bask in the glorious sunlight of a Groomsmen (Basically job requirement: 1. support the groom 2. make sure everyone is drinking 24/7). I have shot enough weddings to know they have the best time so I was lucky to spend it with great friends. One Month after the wedding I came back to Austin, TX to shoot my wedding gift. I very proud of the work I produced with the 2 of them and I couldn’t have done it with a support time of friends and family. Caryl, Bryan, Abby were all so important to pushing the creative boundaries of my work. Thank you.