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Two weeks back I was called by a client looking for twilight photos for her client’s condo. Of course twilight listing photos are always something I enjoy doing, but the view from this listing is what is so spectacular. This listing is listed by Claire McCauley | Coldwell Banker Pacesetter Steet
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Just like the last listing, Paula Gaut | Century 21 Best of the Best, needed these listing photos ASAP. I managed to shuffle a few vacant listings around and squeeze this large, Bent Tree home into my schedule last week.
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This condo located on a Padre Island fintertip on a wide canal has one of the best sunset views of the Island. This condo is listed by David Garcia | David Garcia Home Selling Team. 
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This new construction home out on Padre Island was recently completed by Corpus Christi home builder New Castle Homes, and the Broker of Bumstead Properties, Shannon Bumstead, called me out to take care of the real estate listing photos.
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Yet another island listing from last week – this one shot last minute (as you know in the real estate world, when the market is moving time is of the essence.) This real estate listing was photographed for Meagan Furey | Bumstead Properties.
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Claire Essing called me based on some referrals she had from fellow Group One Corpus Christi Real Estate agents to photograph her new listing in Flour Bluff early last week. This absolutely beautiful, large home sits on the equivalent of two large lots at the end of a dead end road just blocks down Waldron Road from the Flour Bluff Independent School District Campus.
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Here’s another Corpus Christi real estate listing I photographed for Kristen Gilstrap / Baxter Brooks Real Estate last week. This large home is located in Corpus Christi’s bay area subdivision “South Shores Estates” which features some of the most architecturally unique variety of homes in one location.
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I had this listing to photography in the Annaville / Northside Corpus Christi area for Alyssa King / CORE Coastal Real Estate last week as well. This is an area that I haven’t photographed many properties in (but I’m hoping that will soon change.) 
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Last week’s super packed shooting schedule kept me from getting any listings posted – so, here goes a whirlwind trip of the top real estate properties photographed last week.  This one, 7506 Thundersee, was photographed for Kristen Gilstrap / Baxter Brooks Real Estate.
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Jean Marie Giegerich with The Place of Houses had me go out Saturday morning to photograph this new listing on Cedar Pass.  A beautiful brick front exterior and landscaping as well as a recessed and covered front entry greet guests.
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At the end of last week, Justin Hedrick with CORE Coastal Realty called me up to photograph this real estate listing he was getting ready to list.  Anastasia street is located in the Summerwind subdivision in South Corpus Christi off Weber. 
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Ashley Chris This summer I had the absolute pleasure of documenting Ashley & Chris’s wedding that took place at Knolle Farm & Ranch in San Patricio. It was definitely a wedding I was looking forward to. I had previously photographed their engagements as well as Ashley’s bridals. Knolle Farm & Ranch is one of those venues that makes wedding photographer’s jobs extremely easy. The girls got ready in the bed and breakfast and the guys had one of the independant cabins to relax in before the wedding. We couldn’t have asked for better weather that afternoon – the lighting was gorgeous.
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I had a fun afternoon with Lakyn and Mark out on Padre Island back in February. We couldn’t have asked for better weather when shooting their engagement photos. They initially wanted to shoot around Bob Hall Pier, but the plethora of people taking advantage of the first really great beach day caused us to walk a little farther down the beach where we got some “alone time” to shoot. Lakyn was a natural infront of the camera, and Mark wasn’t too bad himself. We got some great shots (of course I’m a little biased) but I’ll let you be the judge.
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Jaime & Michael’s wedding was held at Corpus Christi’s Art Center, downtown on Shoreline. It was the first wedding that I have photographed where the park alongside the Art Center was utilized for the ceremony. It is such a beautiful little park with so much potential, and Jaime and Michael capitalized on it. The Australian Pines, green grass, and small hills allowed for a somewhat private wedding ceremony. After the ceremony, they had their reception in the Art Center’s courtyard with beautiful decorating by Razzle Dazzle. They had a new (to me) concept in place for their guest favors – rather than providing each guest a candle, or candy, or souvenir, Jaime & Michael provided a token with each guest’s place setting, valued at $1 – then guests had a choice among three different local non-profit groups as to where their $1 went. The bride and groom listening to wedding toasts in the courtyard of the Art Center of Corpus Christi
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0 A mutual friend introduced me to Kim and Kris who were planning their wedding at a friend’s farm outside of Portland, Texas. It was the first time I had been out to this road along Nueces Bay and loved the space and the views. Kim and Kris had a very simple, but effective plan for their wedding ceremony and reception. They utilized rocks that Kim’s mother had picked up as place cards (and they also worked to hold the tablecloths down in the winds we had.) I also loved their wedding cake – if I’m not mistaken, the maid-of-honor made the topper herself. This was a good old-fashioned DIY wedding, from the decorations to the food, they essentially made their own wedding as beautiful as it could be.
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Brandy & Jake contacted me about photographing their engagement photos while they are living down here in Corpus Christi. Both of them are performers with a very goofy side. They were looking for photos that showed how much fun they love to be. We met before their session, and planned to do part of the session around Cole Park, another part in the Watergardens and the last little bit in the streets of downtown Corpus Christi. I loved working with the two of them on their engagement session and only wish I could photograph their wedding as well! 
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On August 13, I had the pleasure of photographing Janice & Tim’s wedding day events here in Corpus Christi. I started off the wedding day accompanying Janice and her bridesmaids in their Omni Bayfront suite overlooking Corpus Christi Bay. Then it was off to their ceremony in the magnificent Corpus Christi Cathedral with a reception that followed at the Ortiz Center overlooking the Port of Corpus Christi. The Omni Bayfront provides such beautiful rooms to photograph in, and the suites overlook the bay, which ensures that beautiful, bright light spill in the floor to ceiling windows. I took this time to get some shots of Janice’s accessories, such as her beautiful dress, shoes and both of their rings. I also got plenty of shots of the girls in action (the bridesmaids, stylists and makeup artist.) I had my sister come along to shoot with me so that I could leave her with the ladies while I went with Tim and the guys to Lawrence Street to get a few shots infront of the locally famous “No Parking” painted across from Aria. We then hustled over to the cathedral and eagerly awaited the beginning of their ceremony. The Corpus Christi Cathedral […]
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Nadine & Bradley booked me to photograph their wedding later this year – and as part of that, an engagement session was included. Nadine called me to confirm the day and we began discussing a time to shoot. She had mentioned wanting a sunrise session, which I said ‘sure’ to. We met at 6am down on the Peoples Street T-Head here in Corpus Christi and put together an amazing session. We proceeded to ‘warm up’ and took a few shots to help them loosen up in front of the camera (and for me to wake up). The pre-dawn light is interesting because it is much greener than post-dusk light and just has a different feel. I decided that this light would go well with a preset I made a few weeks back that I named “Dream of the Beach”. As we shot on the t-head, I found a piece of orange chalk left over from children the day before and decided it could come in handy. We made our way up to Shoreline and I thought that the end of the breakwater that juts out of the seawall would be a great spot as the sun broke free of the […]
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Ashlee was referred to me by one of my previous brides, Christie. Ashlee had already lined up a photographer for her wedding day but wanted me to photograph her bridals. We met at Starbucks one afternoon (since I was still renovating my office space) and talked about her expectations and ideas about the session. Ashlee showed me a few examples she had seen online but mainly wanted to have a setting a little more rustic.
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Now that Ashley & Ken’s wedding was over the weekend, I can publish her beautiful bridals we took on a blustery January Saturday. It wasn’t the best day to have a bridal session, but Ashley and her entourage were troopers. We did a few behind the old Lichtenstein’s on Mesquite street, as well as the park next to the Art Center and a few in the old Hoover Hotel. Against her better judgment, my lovely wife assisted me on this windy, frigid day. I loved the props Ashley brought along which helped complete the vintage feel she wanted in a few of her photos. I always like to suggest the bride bring a friend or two along on her bridal day because aside from needing help walking around and keeping the dress clean and out of harm’s way, the bride can always count on her friends to make her smile or laugh when needed. Props (aside from your veil, jewelry and bouquet) aren’t a necessity, but can help your bridal photos appear more complete. Of course, the result depends on what your final vision is and where we shoot.
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