Weekend Recap | Baltimore Wedding Photographer

Posted on Jul 6, 2015 in Weekend Recap | 3 Comments
Weekend Recap | Baltimore Wedding Photographer

Weekend Recap | Baltimore Wedding Photographer What can I say? This was just the most amazing weekend! I honestly can’t remember the last time I had so much fun, for 3 straight days. I started the weekend  on Friday, by celebrating & photographing the marriage of Sarah & Chris at the Elkridge Furnace Inn. After […]

Kacie and Jake’s Engagement Session

Posted on Sep 21, 2011 in Engagements | No Comments

A few weeks ago, I met Kacie and Jake at Sherwood Gardens in Baltimore City for their engagement session. It was pouring down rain in my neck of the woods, but Kacie assured me that the weather was holding up fine downtown. The storm was making its way downtown, but we took our chances. One […]

Rachel and Bryan: Quiet Waters Annapolis Engagement Session

Posted on Jun 17, 2011 in Engagements | No Comments

I recently had the pleasure of photographing Rachel and Bryan’s engagement session at Quiet Waters Park in Annapolis, MD. Rachel and Bryan are one of those couples that you just KNOW are going to last forever. These two are made for each other… Check out Bryan’s awesome shoes… It was fantastic to finally work with […]

Angela and Justin: Engagement Session

Posted on Apr 26, 2010 in Around Town, Engagements | One Comment

Tis the season for engagement sessions! Angela and Justin booked me back in October and since then, I’ve been dying to start working with them. -and with good reason; these two are not only extremely photogenic, but fantastically fun to work with. I can’t wait until the wedding! We decided to ignore the weather man […]

Winter Trees…

Posted on Feb 6, 2009 in Around Town, Art?, Nature, Toying Around | No Comments

Over the last few winters, I have found myself photographing different trees throughout Maryland and Delaware. It seems to be their impressive, bare form that appeals to me and compels me to photograph them. Although they appear naked and vulnerable, they are indeed strong and firmly rooted. For some reason, this gives me solace.  Over the years, and without […]