Ashley Garcia Rodriguez – UT Grad – Austin, Texas

Grad sessions can be creative, fun, and formal all at the same time! When I shot Ashley’s grad photos at The University of Texas at Austin, I knew there would be a ton of great locations or backdrops to make good photos but how to use those spaces creatively was up to me. CREATIVE  IContinue reading “Ashley Garcia Rodriguez – UT Grad – Austin, Texas”

Mariela Rubio – UT Grad – Austin, Texas

While at The University of Texas at Austin I had the pleasure of photographing a few friends and it became more special when they hired me to photograph their graduation photos. I photographed Mariela a few days before graduation so she could send photos to her mother and family members because they were not goingContinue reading “Mariela Rubio – UT Grad – Austin, Texas”

Darkroom Adventures – Austin, Texas

TBT 2010 Back in my college days at The University of Texas at Austin I spent most of my days in the darkroom with my classmates. For those who have shot 35mm film and had to go through the whole process of processing film; you can also vouch that it’s frustrating as hell but extremely rewarding.Continue reading “Darkroom Adventures – Austin, Texas”

Do Friendships Make Better Pictures?

Building healthy relationships is a key to success in photography. I met Susana back in 2010 while studying at The University of Texas at Austin. My roommate, Miguel Cobos, introduced me to her after an event they attended.  As a photographer I noticed her natural beauty right away. She had it all; freckles, colored eyes.Continue reading “Do Friendships Make Better Pictures?”

Cassandra Martinez – UT Grad – Austin, Texas

The University of Texas at Austin Campus is beautiful and has such great locations to take senior / graduation portraits. The textures and scenery makes for amazing backdrops. When I photographed Cassandra we walked around whole 40 acres as much to find all the sweet spots. We made sure to get some of the iconicContinue reading “Cassandra Martinez – UT Grad – Austin, Texas”