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Dallas Wedding photographer

Dallas, TX | New York City, NY
Available for travel worldwide




of dallas wedding photographer, Ty z. wilson

Welcome to the blog. Here, you'll learn more about me, see the marriages of the couples I have the honor to photograph, and additional information on how to get the most out of your wedding day celebration!

Let me be real with y’all. When I first started my business, I was a full blown imposter. I was as a gay wedding photographer and felt terrified to let people know who I truly was. You see, I began photographing weddings in 2011 – four years before the United States Supreme Court ruled, in Obergefell V. Hodges, that state laws banning same-sex marriage were unconstitutional.

Working as a Gay Wedding Photographer


Gay male wedding photographer sitting on a couch

One of my favorite things about being a New York City wedding photographer is the abundance of amazing vendors in the city. One of the first wedding vendors I reached out to when I moved to New York City was Catherine Schiff of Bayith, which is a boutique textiles company in Brooklyn that specializes in […]

Boutique Wedding Linens | Bayith Vendor Spotlight


February 1, 2013 – I sat down at my computer and threw a hail Mary email into the universe. I was stretched way beyond my comfort zone and anything short of absolute perfection was unacceptable. The possibility of failure was too high, and someone needed to tell me it was going to be alright. I […]

Trusting Process Over Perfection


groom reading letter from bride

Choosing to have an intimate backyard wedding was a sentimental decision for Josh and Maya. Month prior, we had the opportunity to photograph their engagement session on the same property. Now, rather than coated with snow, Josh’s mom’s home was lit brightly, not just from the sunlight, but the smiles of family and friends as […]

Josh + Maya | Intimiate Backyard Wedding


Intimate Backyard Wedding Bride + Groom

“What do you want to do when you grow up?” The words stopped me mid-bite. As I sat there, mouth agape, with a fork suspended inches from my face in the middle of Doolittles, the world around me stopped. With ten words, I was thrown into an identity crisis. When I was younger, it was […]

Here’s to never wondering “Who Am I?”


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