In a tiny village outside the main loop of Dallas is a quaint little village known as the Bishop Arts District that is occupied with boutique shops, coffee houses, organic foods, vintage clothing and botanical flower shops. As I sit waiting for Christine and Jaymee to show up for our session, I sip on a latte and relax in the sun. People watching here makes me smile. Couples, mothers and daughters, best friends and old friends all stroll up and down the street while a local music student practices her cello next to a little stand offering gift wrapping. The shop owners call out to each other and give a friendly wave. It’s the kind of place you could live. I had to post a few pictures of this village because it was too nice not to share.
Christine and Jaymee have one of those really cool relationships. You know, the ones where you grow a garden together (they’re both vegetarians), where you buy new foods to try out and cook together, who go for bike rides and love spending time together. We had so much fun walking around the little village and taking pictures. Can I really call this work? It’s so easy to take pictures of people who are in love. Even better, it’s awesome when they are up for anything and have GREAT chemistry. I’m so very excited to shoot their wedding in April. So in this case, I’m giving a BIG peek to last you until then.
And lastly, an OUTTAKE…..this one CRACKS me up!!!! We have a little cheese fest from one of those factory picture studios…..