Visiting the memorials in Washington D.C. is always a treat and even more so when two wonderful people get to join you. I so loved capturing these moments for Kate and Hayes to remember their engagement by! We spent the evening walking around the Lincoln Memorial and a few other peaceful spots in the city they call home all while catching the sun as it continued setting below the sky…
I somehow never really made it to SoCal when I lived in the Sacramento area a few years ago, and when the opportunity came up to travel there in March of 2020, I said yes in an instant. On my first day in San Diego, I met up with one of my past couples at […]
On a day that felt more like a summer one than fall (it was probably nearing 75 degrees in late November!) I met up with Zoe, Hunter, and their adorable pups for a session at Adkins Arboretum, one of my favorite nature spots on the Eastern Shore. They are planning to get married later this […]
It’s still hard to believe we have a semi normal summer at all, yet through the hard times comes a light, and I’m so happy so many of us can be back doing the things we love! Samantha and Billy’s engagement session was the best way to get back to work, and spending the evening […]
You always get excited when a family member get’s engaged, and when they ask you to photograph their wedding, it is so hard to say no, especially when they have been one of your biggest supporters from the beginning of your business journey. That’s why when Lindsay and Scott told me they had to have […]
There is something about the Eastern Shore that feels like home. Beyond growing up here, everything about it feels like a breath of fresh air, and is kind of a perfect place to say “I Do”. I think Amanda and Michael had this thought in mind too when they chose to get married on her family farm here on the Shore.
From the ceremony under the willow tree by the pond to the classic barn reception, no detail went un-missed in making this a day to remember for this amazing couple. They even shared in a southern tradition of burying a bottle of bourbon a month before the wedding date to ward off any chance of rain (which indeed worked).
And when the sun set, the party began, and the stars illuminated the sky while everyone danced the night away.