We just held REbarcamp San Antonio Round 2 yesterday at the Drury Inn & Suites on 1604 in Northern S.A. Although not as many people showed because of Memorial Weekend, the nearly 40 people that made it continued their education in new technologies and things going on in the real estate world. Again, I gave some input during the video class which was led by Chase Thompson of United Lending.
Our panel of extremely successful REALTORS.
Philip Becker of Becker Properties put everything together, although it couldn’t have happened without the help from Prime Lending as the main sponsor among others. Everyone was able to donate a good amount to charity as well.
Tara & Tony exchanged vows on May 12, 2012 in Kerrville, Texas. They began their new life that day at the Notre Dame Catholic Church on Main Street and joined the family in festivities at the River Star Arts & Event Park.
We made the preview video for this beautiful couple and are currently working on two more – an online version that will be 10-15 minutes long and a DVD “long version” that will be approximately 45 minutes to an hour and will include nearly the entire ceremony. Check out the preview:
We wish Tara and Tony a fabulous life together and look forward to seeing them again. Shot by Jacob Wayne Bondesen and Bobby Hughey Edited by Jacob Wayne Bondesen Song by Fleet Foxes “Sun it Rises”
Bobby Hughey captures the moment on the Bride's side.
JD Muraida and I set up a small studio in his garage today to capture some portraits for his personal training business. With a china ball lighting set up, we photographed some harsh lighting scenarios using weights and other props that are relevant to what JD does for a living. He’s using one of the couple hundred photos to make business cards and others will go on his website and social media pages.
The other day I visited Darwin’s Pub on 6th street to see Quinn Walton, an old friend of mine, jam with some Austin locals. In fact, they play every Tuesday through Saturday at this location. I captured some photos with my 50 mm lens so they can use them on their website and social media pages. I’ll be visiting them more often this summer and hope to do some video work with them soon as well.