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May 16, 2012
If you couldn’t tell from my tone in their engagement session post, Amanda and Matt are seriously one of the most fun/laid back couples I’ve met.  Super natural in front of the camera. So much so that I...
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filed under: Portrait, Wedding

If you couldn’t tell from my tone in their engagement session post, Amanda and Matt are seriously one of the most fun/laid back couples I’ve met.  Super natural in front of the camera. So much so that I really didn’t have to do any directing at all.

The weather when I got into Austin and when I left Austin was cloudy/rainy/dreary. But it seemed divinely planned that the day of the wedding, the weather was GORGEOUS. Sun shining brightly with pretty cloud scattered through a blue sky. It was a great honor to be able to capture the memories on one of their most important days. And honestly, I think I had way too much fun doing it. The entire day just flew by like a tornado.

Speaking of tornados, the only bad thing that happened during the trip was that our returning flight was delayed 3-4 hours because there was a tornado that touched down an hour away from Austin and we had to flight all the way around the storm system down to Mexico to get back home. But even that didn’t really dampen my fondness of Austin. Great food (My second and I hit my friend’s entire list of 20 restaurants to try all in 3 days. It was glorious), great people, great times. Now on to the pics:

 

These two pictures pretty much tells you the context of the wedding, Austin and St. Patty’s Day.

 

 

Amanda’s little sister getting ready to be a flower girl. =)

 

 

 

They had an awesome vintage typewriter for their guest list! What a great idea! =)

And of course I used it for their ring shots. =)

 

Amanda and Matt exchanged their personal vows to each other before the ceremony.

It was a GORGEOUS day. The week before it was raining (up until friday) and the day after (and subsequent week after) it was raining. Divinely planned? I sure think so. Oh and I think the best picture of the wedding that was taken the entire day is at the bottom of this set. =P

BABIES! They’re so cute!

 

aAnd… sometimes you need a break from showing all that emotion… =P

 

They had an awesome first dance. Complete with awesome dips.

 

“Now walk it out, walk it out, walk it out, walk it out”

December 21, 2011
  Man, my first Austin engagement… Actually it’s my first Texas engagement and will be subsequently my first Texas and Austin wedding in March. =) How freaking exciting. Amanda and Matt flew me out to...
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Man, my first Austin engagement… Actually it’s my first Texas engagement and will be subsequently my first Texas and Austin wedding in March. =) How freaking exciting. Amanda and Matt flew me out to Austin for a couple days to show me around town, have fun and of course, to take their engagement shots. haha. But honestly, the entire day that we went shooting all three things melded perfectly together. It didn’t really seem like work but also had a sense of seriousness in the day.

We drove all around Austin. From downtown hotels near 6th Street to many, many different kinds of parks (there’s the regular parks to the food trailer parks). I learned tons of interesting facts too. Did you know Whole Foods originated in Austin? Totally did not know that one of my favorite grocery stores started in TX.

Speaking of food, the grub in TX was RIDICULOUS. So good. I can’t wait to go back to Austin to shoot this amazing couple’s wedding, but also to grub it out. =) But enough talk, time for pictures!

Where else in the world are you going to find a longhorn couch in a 5 star hotel, which has won the “Five Diamonds Award” (Ocean’s Thirteen)? Yeah, no where but Austin.

In case you didn’t know where we were. hahaha. =P

Did I tell you how much I love shooting in parking lots? Yeah, one of my favorite locations regardless of what city we’re in.

There was TONS of green and forest-y areas in Austin. I thought TX was all desert. My bad. =P

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