Hi, I'm Angela, wedding photographer based in Austin, Texas. I'm wife to a Northern Irish cutie, mom to two little girls, and fur mom to pup Willow and cat Poppy. I also love light, lace, and alllll the pretty wedding things! Feel free to browse recent weddings, engagement sessions, and a little bit about me! To find out more about me, please drop me a line! 

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October 16, 2018

Ashley and Jordan are two incredibly sweet souls. They met as students at Texas State, and as their relationship grew, their family did too. They are fur parents to adorable Lilo who you can see at their engagement session here. J While Lilo celebrated from her home, Ashley and Jordan got married at Canyonwood Ridge […]

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October 6, 2018

Whenever I first met Kristina and Jordan, I wanted to scoop them up and plop them down in a coffee shop to just chat with them ALL day! There were too many things I wanted to hear more about! First of all, they met on their first day as students at NYU and quickly established […]

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October 4, 2018

It was a connection everyone around them saw. Except for them. Friends year after year, Katie even assisted Mike in online dating. “Nope, not her. Hmmmm, nope….” When Katie had an experience that needed talking out, she turned to Mike. Inviting him to come over to talk in person, she knew that this request meant […]

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September 28, 2018

It was Rachel’s first weekend out with friends in Austin. She had just moved for her job in public relations at the University of Texas at Austin. A friend—also from Penn State—invited her to go out and meet up with a bunch of other Penn State Alum. Rachel was super excited to venture out in […]

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September 18, 2018

When Connor asked Kelsey if she wanted Thai food on their second date, she answered, “Ummmm, am I human?” The couple initially swiped right to find each other, and Connor immediately knew Kelsey was the one for him. Kelsey—having just returned from work in the Phillipines and about to plunge into law school—was a bit […]

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