I'm Adrien

A fine art film wedding photographer residing in the small town of New Braunfels, Texas

Hello! My name is Adrien, and I'm a fine art film photographer specializing in Wedding and Portrait photography.

I live in New Braunfels, Texas in a small townhome with my 2 adopted cats. I grew up in a military family, which allowed me to travel all over the United States. (I think that truly sparked my love of traveling and having new adventures often!)

I come from a large PNW family, which also means I travel back to Oregon a couple times a year. That beautiful lush green state will always have a piece of my heart. When it came to naming my company, I wanted to embrace my love for both Texas and Oregon. Hence why we are Pine (For the tall pine trees in Oregon) and Blossom (For the wild flowers covering our fields here in Texas) Photography. 

I have a deep love for natural light, capturing once in a lifetime moments, and passing down heirloom items.

When I had the chance to start incorporating medium format film into our style, I was instantly hooked. I truly believe using film is an art. The way is captures color, golden light, and movement is absolutely magical. 

I would be honored to be your photographer and capture your love story.



Grandmother's ring, Grandpa's tie clip, your Mother's handkerchief she used on her wedding day, etc. 


My parents met in middle school and recently celebrated their 30th anniversary, along with my grandparents celebrating their 60th anniversary. I hope to follow along their foot steps.



Whether it be before the ceremony, or when your bride walks down the aisle with your family and close friends surrounding you....we love that moment when you both see each other for the first time on your wedding day and think, "This is it, I'm about to marry the love of my life". Those feelings as you two see each other, will last you a lifetime through these images.



Even though I've only been out of the United States once, I enjoy sneaking off to other states for some beautiful hikes, local food, and meeting new people.

For 2018, I will be traveling to Oregon, North Carolina, Arizona, Florida, and Oklahoma.


“When I say I want to photograph someone, what it really means is that I’d like to know them. Anyone I know I photograph.”