I am a wedding photographer that tells the stories of my unique clients in creative, natural, and beautiful ways.
My style focuses on capturing every part of your wedding day from details and portraits to moments with a dedication and expertise that has taken me 12 years as a professional to achieve. Originally from Houston, TX, I have been photographing weddings in Texas since before I could legally drink. With many accolades from WPJA, Fearless Photographers, Austin Monthly, and the Knot, and features in over 50 publications around the world, I absolutely love what I do. Have your wedding day expertly memorialized by a photographer that understands how much you care about your friends and family.
I truly cannot say enough good things about our experience with her. She anticipated all of our needs and captured some truly unforgettable moments... I honestly didn't even notice she was there through half of the night because she was running around capturing everything and somehow went completely unseen! She was so easy to work with and just made us feel so comfortable and added so much to our day! Oh, and our photos are INSANELY gorgeous!!! Thank you Caroline!!!”
These two Houston locals had a traditional Catholic church ceremony as well as a Zoroastrian ceremony to represent Andia’s Iranian side of the family. Their reception was hosted at the their family's hotel, the Crowne Plaza, that was decked out in stunning floral arrangements.
Houston is amazing city with so much to offer its' almost 7 million metro residents. It has the 4th largest city population in the U.S. The city has an amazing art district full of every age of art you could dream of. The city hosts an abundance of lush green parks (thanks to the coastal humidity). Fun fact, Houston is also considered the most culturally diverse city in the U.S., according to a report made by Rice University. With a very diverse population comes all the amazing food to go with it. Houston has some of the most restaurants per capita in the U.S. and these restaurants are so good. This allows for out of town wedding guests to experience one of the best things about Houston at the wedding itself, the food! Wedding ceremonies in Houston are often hosted in one of the city's many historic churches . Hotel ballrooms are the most common reception site in Houston, it takes trekking a little outside of the city limits to find one stop shop style venues but there are plenty of ranches with beautiful grounds for this type of event. The weather can be fickle in Houston but one thing is guaranteed is that summers are hot. Most weddings are held in the prime months of March, April, October, and November with winter slowing day as it is unpredictable. Enjoy other resources above for information on how to plan your Houston wedding!