Monthly Archives: April 2012

1940s College Senior | Deep Ellum Photographer

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Caitlin is a college senior who is now only weeks away from graduating from the University of Texas at Arlington and wanted to create a collection of senior portraits to remember this grand accomplishment in her life.  Caitlin’s plans for the near future are to be right back in the...

Musician Headshot | Arlington TX Headshot Photographer

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Jameson needed something unique for his upcoming website.  He is a contemporary worship leader, accomplished jazz musician and piano teacher among many other things. We decided to create a series of simple headshots on location at his church in southwest Arlington. Being on location at Jameson’s church translated into a...

Momentous Occasion! | Euless Family Photographer

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I often write about how cool it is to shoot with people I know or reunite with friends from long ago through photography.  Most of my photo sessions originate either from Facebook or referrals from past JWP families, but the Bird family found me via Google and then fell in...

Hook ’em Sooners | Arlington Intimate Wedding Photographer

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I shoot very few weddings these days, but lately I’ve found myself enjoying the smaller, more intimate wedding settings. Recently, I had the privilege of photographing Taylor and Chad’s wedding in Alvarado, Tx.  I actually graduated high school with the brides mom, dad and stepfather so it was exciting to...

Arlington Family Photographer | Dalworthington Gardens

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I have a confession to make.  I am “slightly” behind on my blog. There are 17 projects in my draft folder ready to post (and more on the way)!  I don’t want to leave anybody out…so let’s begin the catch up process with the Gamblin family.   I’ve done a...