Driving back to Houston from Marfa, we passed through an ice storm in Alpine. I had to stop and photograph it. It was New Year's Day. Marfa was sunny and 26 miles east, Alpine was a frozen tundra. It's what I love about Far West Texas. If you want some place warm, head south; cool go north.
Detroit, Michigan portraits in the snow. It's cold outside but winter makes a beautiful backdrop.Read More
Conal and Paul got married in Marfa, Texas. The weather was cold but this did not deter them. An intimate gathering of friends and family came together in this small West Texas town to celebrate this special wedding.Read More
One of my favorite places on Earth is The Gage Hotel. And there is no better place to shoot a wedding, let alone have one. Tonia and Thayer created a lovely weekend for friends and family who were able share in the great beauty of West Texas. Thayer hired a bus to transport people around the area which included Marfa, Big Bend National Park...I'm not sure if they made it to the Observatory because of a surprise arctic front. You can never predict the weather in West Texas. What you can predict is that whatever weather comes through won't last more than 3-days. It's one of the many things I love about West Texas besides photographing people there.
Upcoming Holiday Mini-sessions!
November 22nd-23rd // $450 // up to 30 minutes // 10 digital images // online gallery // on location at Cranbrook.
I am offering a 10% early bird discount on the above package for five lucky people! Email me for details & to book your mini session: