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Claire + Jeremy: Engagement Portraits at the Japanese Gardens & Downtown Fort Worth

undefinedpintopinterestMeet Claire & Jeremy. They’re getting married next year at St. Michael’s and having their wedding reception at the Nasher Sculpture Center in the downtown Dallas Arts District. I photographed Jeremy’s sister’s wedding (Kailtin & Sam) back in April at the Sanford House. During the evening, Kaitlin pulled me aside and told me Jeremy was going to propose to Claire soon on a vacation in San Francisco. Claire & I became facebook friends after Kaitlin and Sam’s wedding. So I was so excited to read the posts about how Jeremy proposed in San Francisco and to see their joy and excitement about spending the rest of their lives together.

Claire & Jeremy had their first date in Fort Worth so they wanted to photograph their engagement session there. We photographed their engagement portraits at the Japanese Gardens in the Fort Worth Botanical Gardens and through Downtown Fort Worth. We had so much fun and I’m overjoyed that they were so excited for their engagement portrait session. Despite the 100 degree temps, these two love birds killed it with their natural easiness together.


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  • Jeremy Goerner

    I think they all turned out great, except for that giant blob in the khakis that’s in all of the pictures. My favorite have to be the ones at the jazz lounge though. Love the colors.

  • Jason Huckaba

    Awesome pictures for Jeremy and Claire! Great shots at the Gardens and downtown Fort Worth. Helene and I had our engagement pics taken downtown as well. Good stuff! Congrats again and great job on the pics Allison Davis! :)

  • Well done Allison! Once again you are able to capture the unbridled joy and excitement of a couple in love! The pictures in the gardens were beautiful but my personal favorite is the dip in front of the theater!

  • Pamela Burton

    The photographs in the gardens are stunning, and the city shots are original and fun! Allison captured the love between the two of you…perfectly!!

  • Joel Barron

    Agreed on what everyone has said so far, all of them look great. Love the one where you captured them closing their eyes together in the garden. I’m so happy for both of them.

  • John Warren

    Really like the first photo posted under the text. Infectious smiles! All of these turned out great, though — can’t wait till April!

  • Amazing engagement photography. I love those shots on the water! They are all just beautiful.
    Shaun David

  • Shelley Smith

    Yay! So cute! Looks like you guys had a really fun day! And from now on, I will always associate Mr. Popper’s Penguins with your relationship.

  • wowowowowowow! Simply amazing work Allison. :) Love both of these locations too!

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