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Anytime: Katherine & Josh | Bishop Arts District


There are times when inspiration hits and you just have to do something about it. Or, rather, I just had to do something about it.

I’ve known Katherine for almost a year now, and when I met her for the first time, I knew that there was something about her. Like, we connected and were meant to be friends. Well, at least that’s how I felt. We exchanged emails and Facebook messages for months before we finally got together over coffee, and if we didn’t have to go home and spend time with our husbands that evening, we probably would have chatted for a few more hours.

That’s when I told Katherine that I needed to photographer her and Josh (her hubby). Needed to.¬†Last week, the stars finally aligned (before it was too freakin’ hot) and I photographed them in the Bishop Arts District in Dallas. I LOVE these photos and LOVE them as a couple! They are my ideal couple…laid back, super fun, and up for just about anything. Oh, and they’re super cute.

Okay, on to the photos!

This. THIS is my favorite photo to date.

And Josh’s face here, makes this one a close second.

Thank you to Katherine & Josh, you two are amazing!!


Dallas Arts Engagement: Sophie & Jarrod


Meet Sophie and Jarrod, the winners of my Engagement Session Giveaway from this summer. These two were seriously so fun and easy to work with that it didn’t feel like “work”. We just hung out and had a great time! And avoided security guards. Yes, security guards.

Sophie and Jarrod decided that we’d have a date night engagement session, ending with what they love to do, dining at great local restaurants. After a little research and some suggestions, we decided to start the session at the Nasher Sculpture Center and proceed to Tillman’s Roadhouse for drinks.

About the security guards. See, I did a little research of my own about the photography policies at the Nasher, and to the best of my understanding, photography of this sort is permissible. I told Sophie and Jarrod the game plan, that there could be a possibility of being asked to leave. I definitely lean towards asking for forgiveness instead of permission..And they were game. See? My clients are the best!

The Nasher had this gorgeous tree…A willow? Maybe.

I asked Jarrod to whisper something into Sophie’s ear…

After sneaking around…I mean, leisurely strolling around Nasher Scuplture Center, we headed over to the Bishop Arts District to one of my favorite Dallas restaurants, Tillman’s Roadhouse. Many thanks to the staff for letting me capture a few photos.

Sophie and Jarrod told me that you can usually find them trying new restaurants, and sampling new drinks.

Tillmans Roadhouse Engagement Session Dallas Catie Ronquillo

The decor at Tillman’s is really cool, think velvet banquettes, wood walls, and chandeliers.

Tillman's Roadhouse Engagement Session Dallas Catie Ronquillo

Thank you, Sophie and Jarrod for being such an awesome couple to work with! I had so much fun with you two :)

Happy Thursday!


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