Emily’s bridal session was taken on the campus of UT. It was wonderful getting to know her and of course taking photos on my old stomping ground. Also, Emily’s wedding will be held on Baylor’s campus and the reception will be held in the Armstrong Browning Library. I found some information about the library on Baylor’s website. “It is a 19th-century research center dedicated to the study of the lives and works of Victorian poets Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning…It has also become a popular stop for travelers and school groups who are attracted by the love story and poetry of the Brownings.”
Having an English degree requires that I get super excited about the prospect of a wedding in a library especially one dedicated to the research of the Brownings. I’ll be bringing my second shooter Mike Andrick along for the ride as well. Stay tuned!
Sara decided to have her bridal shoot taken at the Long Center near Auditorium Shores and Town Lake (erm Lady Bird Lake). It was a beautiful day, and the Long center was the perfect backdrop for photographs. We even ran into a group of bicyclists riding Critical Mass, and I had a good feeling that someone from their group had taken our picture. Scroll to the end of the post to see the results. Read More
This bridal shoot was simply a treat. I really enjoyed working with Vicky. She was extremely polite and humorous as well. Although the heat was definitely getting to us, Vicky was open to trying out many locations on the university’s campus including the chapel in which she will be married in October. Here is Vicky Chang’s bridal shoot.