Where do I begin? I've been documenting one of the most important events in peoples' lives since 2009. In over 10 years, I've photographed just north of 800 weddings. From Dallas to Fort Worth, Vermont (twice!) to Cabo. What that's translated into is the uncanny ability to anticipate what will impact the wedding day and how to adjust on the fly to accommodate. It's also taught me an unnatural sense of calm when everything around me is moving faster than the speed of light.
People say all the time, "Wow, I bet you've seen some things." I certainly have. From reception exit Ubers driving off with the couple's bags (and not the couple) to wedding party fistfights. It's been a long journey, but I've loved every minute of it. If you'd like to be part of the crazy, drop me a note through my contact form and I will be sure to get back to you!
"...After the ceremony my husband leaned over and said "I love this guy, where did you find him?" Evan helped make our day so special and we're so grateful for him."
"Evan was absolutely amazing! From beginning to the end he was right there capturing every perfect moment! He was amazing in the way he directed his photos, making adjustments for the lightening, and making the wedding party happy with request..."
"Evan was AMAZING from our first meeting to the big day. He had my whole wedding party laughing and enjoying the experience, even those who are camera shy. He rolled with the punches when we switched up the schedule last minute..."
How fun is THIS! While I do have a list of recommended spots for engagement sessions, I always leave the door open for ideas couples have that are truly "them".
With late December weather usually somewhere between freezing and mid-60's, you never know exactly what to expect for outdoor sessions. With several unique spots to shoot, the Kimbell Art Museum
Talk about an incredible wedding. Although I attended SMU for my undergrad, it’s rare that I actually get an opportunity to photograph a wedding at the church that stands tall
It's been a long time coming, but I finally photographed some portraits at my new-ish studio (more on that coming soon in a long overdue blog post). Exposed white painted
Fall is one of the best times to get married in Texas. Cooler weather make outdoor ceremonies absolutely breathtaking. Chapel Creek Ranch, out in Denton, was the perfect backdrop for
The best part of my job is working with couples after their wedding when little ones start making their appearance. While meeting for outdoor locations is great, I'm always pumped