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Kelley & John – Engagement Portraits in Fort Worth

Kelley & John are awesome.  I had such a great time hanging out with them and I am so looking forward to their intimate wedding at Robert Carr Chapel and Artspace 111 later this year.  Kelley is originally from Houston and John is a native North Texan but their paths crossed at TCU through mutual friends.  These two are full of laughs and I can see how much John cares for her because his eyes light up and he smiles HUGE when he looks at her.  Thanks guys for exploring some rustic and some not so rustic urban locales with me around Fort Worth!

Amanda & Cameron – Engagement Portraits in Fort Worth at Heritage Park

Amanda & Cam are getting married…..TOMORROW!  Yep.  I know, it’s not normal for me to post engagements the night before a wedding BUT I didn’t photograph them until this week so it’s just how it worked.  This cute couple live in New Zealand! (are you jealous? Because I am.)  I met Cameron for the first time Tuesday when we spent an hour together for a few quick portraits so I could get to know him.  They met here in Dallas while Cameron was in the US for a few months playing Rugby.  He tried to use his sexy accent to win over this beautiful Texas gal but in the end I guess it worked because he stole her away to New Zealand and now they are  getting hitched tomorrow at Arlington Hall in Dallas near Turtle Creek.  I can’t wait to see his face when he sees her in her gorgeous gown and I know we are going to have  a bloody good time dancing and partying the night away.  See you two love birds soon!

Carley & Drew {Engaged} Fort Worth Urban Locations & Trinity River

Has this weather not been fantastic lately?  Today it is feeling a bit like winter but the last few weeks we have had unheard of warmth for January and February!  That is completely fine with me as we have been busy photographing engagements for some of our 2012 couples.  Carley & Drew live near Houston so we had to plan around one of their trips up to Fort Worth to see Carley’s family.  We explored a few of my favorite locations and one new spot.  Carley requested some photos near the Trinity river and I have been eying these tall reeds by the river off Beach Street for some time so I was excited to finally check them out.  It is actually a part of a larger park and bike trails that connects to the park that is home to the Fort Woof Dog Park.  Definitely a new favorite spot.  Favorite moment during their session, Drew’s awesome eyebrow raise.  Maybe I should say moments because I caught him doing it more than once.  Love clients that can express them selves.  See you two later this year for your wedding in November!

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