I started working as a photographer for SMJ Productions, who has a contract from UberEats. I get to go to amazing restaurants and food trucks all over Houston and photograph the dishes they plan to offer for delivery through UberEats. It’s a sweet gig!
I had the pleasure of photographing some amazing crepes and waffles at Coco Crepes, Waffles & Coffee in Rice Village yesterday. The food is not only beautifully plated, but delicious as well! They have three locations throughout Houston and you HAVE to check them out!
This is the White Chocolate Raspberry Crepe.
This was an overall shot I captured of all the dishes I got to photograph.
I have to sit at the top of the ridge and watch a good ol Texas sunset when I go to my parent’s ranch in west Texas. That’s their cabin at the bottom left. The sunsets never disappoint.
Frio River | Concan, TX
Frio River | Cypress Trees | Concan, TX
On the way up to Queen Wilhelmina Mountain in Mena, Arkansas.
My parents built a cabin out on their property in Crockett County, TX. Labor Day weekend my dad planned a dove hunting trip, which was intended as a “guys trip” but I decided to invite myself. I am so glad I went, I absolutely love it out there.
I took this picture around 1 am. We all had a long day hunting and drinking at the Pecos River. The guys were just hanging out star gazing and I of course was shooting nonstop because the Milky Way was blasting!
Beneath the falls at the Historic Entrance of Mammoth Cave National Park in Cave City, Kentucky.
A few weekends ago I met up with some friends on South Padre Island. Apparently, so did the rest of south Texas.
We’re finally seeing some sunshine this weekend. May your heart be full and your cooler even fuller!
“Green is the prime color of the world, and that from which its’ loveliness arises” -Pedro Calderon de la Barca
Cedar Sink Trail | Mammoth Cave National Park | Cave City, Kentucky
This is a sunset from last Friday at the San Luis Pass which connects Galveston Island to Surfside, TX. It is a well known and favored fishing spot for locals and travelers alike. You can also camp out if you want!
Until next time..