Before I officially started my own photography business, I attended school at the University of Texas. I got a degree in Interior Design from the School of Architecture. I worked several internships while I was a student and met Jonathan at one of my first jobs. It was a complete surprise (and comfort to have a friend) when I saw him at one of my next internships at Studio 8. Through the small world of architecture, a mutual friend, Tom, introduced me to Greg and Amanda. I photographed their wedding in February of 2010. Guess who was a guest at their wedding?
Jonathan. And his beautiful future wife, Maggie.
Jonathan and Maggie asked me if I would photograph their wedding at Mercury Hall. I was ecstatic they asked. Even though I don’t see many of my architecture friends regularly, they feel like family to me. There were countless hours spent in computer labs and studios. When you spend that much time in the presence of people, you feel connected to them in a much different way. Jonathan and Maggie’s wedding was a beautiful reunion. They invited old friends I hadn’t seen in years. I saw Greg and Amanda. I saw old bosses. Old co-workers.
If you pair the comfort and ease of their wedding day with the perfect setting of Mercury Hall, the beauty of Maggie as she was transformed into a stunning bride, and the friendliness and warmth of their friends and family, it made for a perfect wedding day.
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Maggie and Jonathan’s Wedding Vendors:
Photographer: Urban Grey Photography
Venue: Mercury Hall, Austin, TX
Dress: Modern Trousseau from Unbridaled
Bouquet and Flower Girl Bouquet: David Kurio Designs by Paula Gauthier
Staffing and Event Services: Elite Staffing by Chondra Washington
Appetizers: Central Market Catering
Buffet: Taco Deli
Rentals: Premier Party Central
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