A Boy and His Horse | Equine Photography in Dallas, TX | Jodie & Liam A boy and his horse, it says it all. Honestly, there isn't much I need to say. These photos say everything. Liam's mom came to me for wedding coverage, but later asked me to take photos of her son and... READ MORE Winter Anniversary Session in DFW | Tabitha & Miles When I first spoke to Tabitha, I knew we'd both hit it off. She is so sweet, adventurous, and fun! Photographing their winter anniversary session in DFW was such a blast, it hardly felt like work. We ... READ MORE Sunrise Engagement Photos Tandy Hill Fort Worth, TX | Jessica & Evan When Jessica told me she wanted a sunrise engagement session, I was so excited. I knew Tandy Hill would be the perfect location for what Jessica was looking for. In order to achieve a true sunrise, el... READ MORE Fort Worth, TX Moody Boudoir Photo Shoot | Rachel One of the first things Rachel mentioned to me when we scheduled her boudoir session was, "I just had a baby." For her, I know it might have been an insecurity, but for me, I was so excited. You see, ... READ MORE In-Home Boudoir Session Dallas, TX | Stephanie Stephanie is a mama. And like many mamas, she needed to find her sexy side again. Boudoir is a wonderful way for women to feel confident, beautiful, and like themselves again. I hear too many women pu... READ MORE Shower Boudoir Session Dallas, TX | Sarah Do I need to say much about Sarah? Bottom line, she is a total babe. She has kiddos and looks years younger than she really is. She told me she was a bit nervous going into the shoot, but I could tell... READ MORE Dark Water Conceptual Portrait Session Dallas, TX | Immersion Series I absolutely love concept photos involving water. Photographing portraits in dark, murky water may not seem ideal for some, but for me, I was over the moon. I have always loved the Shakespeare play Ha... READ MORE Moonlit Conceptual Portraits Dallas, TX | Afterlight Series The sun, the sister | of the moon, from the south Her right hand cast | over heaven's rim; No knowledge she had | where her home should be, The moon knew not | what might was his, The stars knew... READ MORE