Photoshoot: Private Photo visit to El Gato, Houston’s only Cat Coffee Shop

El Gato Coffeehouse 508 Pecore St suite a, Houston, TX, US

I rented El Gato Coffee Shop for a private event for HoustonPhotowalks. We secured permission for 10 photographers to come and photograph their resident kitties! The El Gato Charity is a foster home for 14-20 cats. They also operate as a coffee house to help fund the care of these beautiful social creatures. El Gato […]

Dinner AFTER Cats: Andy’s in the Heights

Andy's Home Café 1115 E 11th St, Houston, TX, US

For those joining us for the El Gato Cat Photoshoot, join us for dinner afterward! After we enjoy our visit with the El Gato kitties, we'll stop for some Tex-Mex dinner in the Heights. Lyle Lovett once said that Andy's Home Cafe is one of the best places in Houston to eat. Let's test that […]

Breakfast or Lunch before Seismique Art Installation

LONDON CAFE 2310 S Texas 6 suite b, Houston, TX, US

Come join us for a late breakfast or early lunch before we head over to Seismique for our photowalk. Here is the link for the menu. London Cafe is located at 2310 Hwy 6, Ste B Houston, TX

Photowalk: Seismique Art Installation

Seismique 2306 S Texas 6, Houston, TX

Seismique Art Installation Beat the heat with a fun indoor art installation! We have permission to photograph inside Seismique, an art installation that took over an old Bed, Bath and Beyond store on Hwy6. It's located just south of Katy Fwy/i-10. This is a one-of-a-kind interactive art installation with lots of creative photography and portrait […]

Photowalk: Guardian Angel Catholic Church

Guardian Angel Catholic Church 5610 Demel St, Wallis, TX, US

Guardian Angel Catholic Church is a historic Roman Catholic church, and one of the "painted churches" in Texas. We've been granted access to photograph both the interior and exterior of the church. We;'ll begin by photographing the interior, and then move outside. This will be a guided tour, so we will need to follow their […]

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