Tag: wedding inspiration

Nature Shoot: Lake Martin

It’s not often these days that I head to the water without a fishing rod, especially when I’m taking a kayak out. I’m a pretty avid, well… used to be avid, kayak fisherman. I say “used to” only because family time, work, and life situations have kept me off the

The Magic Hour: Early Evening Photography in Morgan City

Morgan City is a small bayou town here in south Louisiana. Well, I say “bayou town”, but it sits on the banks of the lower-Atchafalaya River. It’s a big commercial fishing and shrimping community, and there’s no denying it’s role in the oil and gas industry. It also holds a

Morgan & Jimmie | Engagement Session

It doesn’t seem like it was that long ago that we were shooting Morgan’s High School Senior photos. The length of time seems shorter here on the blog, where our absence from posting has left years between her last appearance and now, though only a few posts separate them. All

Marisa & David | Washington, LA Wedding

This is a post with a ton of images. This was one of my favorite weddings that we’ve done so far. Marisa and David picked the beautiful St. John Episcople Church as venue for the ceremony, and then the Wolff Banquet Hall for the reception – both located in the

Frances & Dustin | Morgan City, LA Wedding

Frances & Dustin celebrated their wedding day at the Petroleum Club of Morgan City. Frances’ young son took part in the wedding as well! It was a wonderful evening with some definite Louisiana character (everyone second-lining around the ballroom at the end of the night). There was also a special

Frances & Dustin | Engagements

Frances & Dustin asked me to be a part of their wedding day team which would start walking around the downtown area of Morgan City to do their engagement photos. We started on Front Street and ended up at Lake Palourde. Here are a couple of their engagement shots, with

Mt. Hope Plantation | Baton Rouge Venue

We shot a small family wedding at Mt. Hope Plantation Home on Highland Rd. in Baton Rouge. I liked a lot of elements of the venue; the gardens on either side of the house, each with their own set of statues. The reflecting pool directly behind the house was stocked

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