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lauren and alex’s wedding – lost mission

Lauren and Alex’s wedding took place at Lost Missions, just a few miles from my home and the first time I’ve shot there. Check this place out if you’ve just got engaged. Put it this way. If this venue was open seven years ago I’m sure Marcie and I would’ve married here.

Love this time of the year. It’s not too hot or humid for a English bloke like myself. Not only that, but the sun lower in the sky and the amazing warm climate- even in March is hard to beat making for great photographs. Oh, except the allergies that I’ve inherited since moving to Texas seven years ago. Apparently that’s to be expected.

This wedding is a lovely referral from Jo Ann Woodward, top wedding planner from Houston and owner of Schwartz and Woodward. The other half of this dynamic duo is John, her husband who always makes me laugh. I’ve had the pleasure of working with both of them  a couple of times over the last few years and everything about her style of planning is nothing short of stellar and professional.

I very much enjoyed photographing Alex and Lauren. Some of the nicest folks you could meet gathered together here for the reception  and celebrate the night away.

See a few of my favorites shot mostly with a Leica M9, Nikon D3 and D4. Thanks for the trust.

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  • March 13, 2013 - 4:27 pm

    Paul Rogers - Just discovered your work – and I love it! Fantastic composition and use of light and colour. You catch those tiny nuances that make each couples day different.

  • March 14, 2013 - 4:05 pm

    Philip Thomas - Paul- Thank you for your kindness.

  • March 26, 2013 - 11:39 am

    George Dinu Fotograf - Pictures speak for themselves, i like your style.

  • March 29, 2013 - 2:18 pm

    Picture of the month - Nervous Hands by Philip Thomas - […] it takes on its own endearing qualities and timelessness. You can see the rest of my favorites from Lauren and Alex’s wedding here (this wasn’t included but I found this as I was culling and editing yesterday) and for […]

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