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I'm a hopeless romantic who finds great joy in creating and capturing connection and beauty wherever I go. This journal is a peek into my personal life, tips and tricks as well as highlights from weddings and sessions that we design and document.

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Modern DC Engagement

National Portrait Gallery Wedding

private estate wedding

Eastern Shore family Session


Fall Wedding at the Great Marsh Estate

Haley & David This wedding day is a little different than our usual wedding days because 1. The bride is one of my best friends which means that 2. I was a bridesmaid in this wedding but of course 3. we were the photographers! Which meant that this wedding was not only 4. photographed by […]



An Autumn Wedding at Flora Corner Farm

Bethany and Brent  Whew! Saturday’s weather made everyone sit at the edge at their chair. It was supposed to stop raining at 8AM Saturday morning, but when we were shooting details at 1PM, it was STILL misting! We all thought for sure that the ceremony was going to have to be moved indoors, but the […]



A Rustic Waterfront Wedding

Trisha & Mike After over 3 years of shooting weddings, we can honestly say that there are few things that bring us more joy on a wedding day than brides and grooms with amazing relationships with their friends. I love seeing the tears, the hugs and the sweet interactions between the couples and their friends. […]



A Fall Wedding at District Winery

Morgan & Scott When I walked into the bridal suite and caught a glimpse of Morgan, my jaw dropped to the floor! She looked like a Hollywood QUEEN! Her classic hair, stunning dress, and just her smile alone was going to make a tear jerker of a first look with Scott in the Navy Yard. […]



         tips for a stress free session

Portrait Sessions can be stressful, but if you arrive with a few tricks in your bag, you’ll come away with portraits that perfectly capture what family is all about.

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