Sesha has been photographing weddings since 1998. She has so many favorite things from photographing weddings that she can’t pick just one: the bride’s mom helping her daughter get her wedding dress on, the first time a groom sees the bride and he tries to hold back tears. Or that moment when a bride takes a deep breath, and the doors are opened before her and her dad and they take that first step in the procession. When the vows are exchanged and the couple can hardly believe they’re really standing there.
Turk lives in Dallas, TX with his wife, Jenny, and their two girls, Maggie and
Willow. He loves how intuitive Jenny is. Turk and Jenny eloped, and one of his
favorite memories from his wedding was driving to the hotel. “Jenny and I got
married 30 days after we met so we laughed our way to our room.”
One of Turk’s hobbies is riding his bicycle, and he says that one item on his
bucket list is “a dangerous expedition.” His motto in life? Choose light. Choose
Kelly has been photographing wedding since 2009. “I love the emotion and energy of people coming together to celebrate a beautiful couple, oh and cake!”
Stephanie lives in Fort Worth, TX with her husband, Aaron, their dog, Cooper, and their cat, Rey. She loves how Aaron “always puts others first and wants to help other people.” Her favorite memory from her wedding was the dancing.
Chris has lived a nomadic life for many years, with his cameras he would seek out stories of culture, adventure, and lifestyles. A year ago he met a childhood friend and fell in love. It’s easy to say she was the one that could hang up his rugged boots from “the road.” Chris lives in Dallas now to set roots with his soulmate and eat some fantastic BBQ.
Will lives in Plano, TX and enjoys playing acoustic guitar. His motto in live is “Love God & love others.” One item on his bucket list is to visit Alaska and go dog sled racing.
Eric photographed his first wedding in 2012 and describes his style as epic, timeless, high fashion. He enjoys the challenges that photographing weddings offers, and especially enjoys capturing photos of the bride & groom getting ready.
Copeland lives in Denton, TX with his wife Lauren. His favorite quality about Lauren is that she “loves, listens to, follows and trusts the Lord.” They have three children together: Lila, Greyson, and Copeland.
Stephen’s favorite part of photographing weddings is “Getting to see how each couple and family expresses love.” He has been photographing weddings since 2007 and describes his style as vintage, glamour, and fashion.
Corey’s favorite thing about photographing weddings is the little moments. “Those moments that bring you right back to where you were, the ones you carry with you always. Those moments that raise your hair on your arms and remind you of the experience that was shared on that day.”
Rashad lives in Houston, Texas with his wife, Cecilee. They don’t have any kids yet, but Rashad hopes to eventually have four. About Cecilee, Rashad says, “I love my wife’s inability to give up. It’s in her DNA.”
Andrea has been photographing weddings since 2010. Photojournalistic, spontaneous, and creative are how Andrea describes her style as a wedding photographer. “Having worked as a photojournalist for years, what I enjoy the most about covering a wedding is that I enjoy the telling of an individual story. You are continually seeking the little moments of human nature and the personal relationships in action, and that is what a wedding day is filled with! It’s fun to find the stories within the story of each different wedding day.”
Edem lives in Houston, Texas with his wife, Tiffany, and their daughter Kaiyah. He loves how patient and supportive Tiffany is. They love to travel, and Edem hopes to some day take Tiffany to Santorini and Athens, Greece.
Emily lives in Houston, Texas. She has been with her boyfriend, Mikey for four years, and they have two miniature dachshunds (Huxley & Duke) and a cat (Booger). She loves how Mikey “knows when I need something before I even know I need it.”
Jade fell in love with shooting weddings in September 2017, the year she shot her first wedding. One of Jade’s favorite things about photographing weddings is capturing the chemistry and love between the bride and groom. No magic compares to that synergy.