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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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January 1, 2020

As business owners, I believe we should constantly be questioning the efficiency of our workflow. I am always keeping my eyes peeled for something–small or big–that can help me in my business, so I am always keeping my eyes peeled and taking notes! Here are some of my favorite very low cost purchases of 2019. […]

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August 28, 2019

Before Phil and I got married, we dreamt of summers in N. Ireland. Since we were both planning to be teachers, we knew we’d have the summers off to head over to enjoy quality family time and cooler temps! Working as a wedding photographer fits perfectly into this situation as well as my weddings slow […]

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February 19, 2019

I ran my first marathon and survived to tell the tale! Actually, I should say I more than survived! I met my goal of a Boston Qualifying time which is 3 hours and 35 minutes for my age group. I got 3:33! 🙂 Boston 2020 is the plan! If running a marathon is on your […]

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February 7, 2019

I noticed so many of my couples were starting their families and wondering what to register for. I’m sharing what worked well for me, especially since I have done it two times around. Keep in mind, this is just what worked for me. Our house is on the smaller side, and I don’t really like […]

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August 6, 2018

It was a jello shot that caused me to book flights to N. Ireland in the summer of 2018. You don’t even have to ask Phil—it is not even a question. It is a given that he wants to travel anywhere at any time. I am the more reserved one, wanting to save, be a […]

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