Natalie’s Downtown Albuquerque Senior Session

Natalie’s Senior session in Downtown Albuquerque took us through the urban alleys and side streets where we discovered chainlink fences, brick walls, ivy courtyards, red doors, and beautiful white marble columns. Natalie’s session is true ABQ at it’s coolest.  We love the opportunity to head Downtown with our seniors who are searching for an urban “big city” feel to their Senior photos.

Location: Downtown Albuquerque

Photographer: Bryan Spurlock

Check out our Senior photography info and packages here: SENIORS

Wedding With A View: The Stewarts

Matthew & Alison Stewart were married on a gorgeous summer day in Albuquerque, on July 27, 2019 at The View Event Center. Our photographer Breanna captured their entire wedding day, starting with getting-ready shots in the bridal suite with Alison and her bridesmaids and ending with romantic backlit photos surrounded by dry ice on the steps of their stunning venue. Located at the base of the Sandia Mountains, the View Event Center has an incredible balcony with a gorgeous view of the Albuquerque city lights at night, making their venue one of our favorites to capture romantic sunset and night time backlit photos. We absolutely loved their chic hunter green and royal blue elegant decor of their ceremony and reception. The highlight of Matthew & Ali’s wedding was during their touching sand ceremony with their son and their little family was symbolically presented to the world. Congratulations, Stewart family!

Photographer: Breanna Spurlock, Bryan’s Photography

Venue: The View Event Center

Gown: Uptown Bride

Officiant: Kelly Atkin with Amor Ceremonies

DJ: DN&G Entertainment partnered with Bryan’s Photography 

90’s Inspired Shoot in El Vado Motel & Nob…

Breanna & Kayla’s 90’s inspired friends shoot at the newly renovated historic El Vado Motel and around the urban setting of the Nob Hill neighborhood in Albuquerque, NM resulted in an explosions of color and laughter. Scroll through to see the stark white minimal architecture of the motel, psychedelic murals, and neon signage on Route 66. It’s classic New Mexico with a modern twist. These 90’s kids are, like, totally awesome! Photos by Bryan.