Meet The Team
Hello there! I'm Avery, your new photographer and new best friend. Most days you can either find me with a camera in my hands or working on photos on my computer. As a Texas Film Wedding and Portrait photographer I believe in timeless, classic, and romantic photography. It is my mission to capture, enrich, and extend your most precious moments and make them last beyond a lifetime. It is my greatest desire to give you photos that you will not only love the first time you see them, but each time you see them for the next sixty years and beyond.
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Someone pop the bubbly because we just found a new our new modern muse with Alexa Kay Events! Shot through the brilliant lens of Avery Earl Photography, this modern celebration at The Joule was made memorable through simple, yet thoughtful details. Our model bride looked stunning with the help of The Styling Stewardess who selected a glowing, natural palette that focused on the bride’s ethereal
It’s that time again… time to kickoff our Countdown to the Cover! We are just five short days away from our Spring/Summer 2020 mag release, and with that comes the unveiling of our highly anticipated new cover. While we get hype for the big reveal, we’re sharing just a few sneak peeks from the new issue over the next five
We are so excited to share this breathtaking modern wedding inspiration in the most stunning grayscale color palette. You may recognize this scene… featured on the all-new Fall/Winter 2019 cover! Styled by North Texas wedding planner Keestone Events, this celebratory scene is urban, yet soft and poised. Root + Bloom Floral Design combined bright yellows and dusty blushes to create a playful floral
We are always on the hunt for a gorgeous, fashion-forward look to grace the cover of our mag, which is why it’s no surprise that this jaw-dropping image captured by Avery Earl Photography landed on our Fall/Winter 2019 cover! The editorial shoot designed and styled by Keestone Events at The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth was equal parts artistic