Sarah & Rob - Married!

In early October I was so lucky to be able to take part in Sarah & Rob’s gorgeous fall wedding at The Bolger Center. These two are awesome and I had such a great time getting to know their families and celebrate with them. 

Katie Wannen of The Plannery also rocked this one out with us. I’ve wanted to work with her for ages. 


Julie & Luke Had A Baby!

In the interest of catching up, back in May Julie & Luke contacted me about taking photos of their sweet new baby boy. Needless to say I was thrilled and drove up to MD to get my hands on this sweet little guy. One of my favorite things in the world is when my wedding couples contact me post baby!



Candice - Baked Bliss Cakes

A few months ago my dear friend Candice asked me to take some new promotional photos for her cake business. I was thrilled to work with her. Her cakes are gorgeous and of course, delicious. More than that though, she’s just a fantastic human being; smart, funny, creative and very hard working. 

Seriously check her out, get some cake and tell her I sent you her way!

Max - 9 Months & 1 Year!

I’m just going to come out and say it, 2014 has been a terrible year for bloging! I think it must be the second kid thing. Now that wedding season is winding down I am finding a little more time to play catch up so get ready for lots of goodness in the next few months.

Back in the SPRING… yes before EASTER… I shot Max’s 9 month & Easter photos. Enjoy!

 Then summer came and guess what? Max turned 1 and big sister Ava turned 4. So cute.

Poonam & Achint - Baltimore MD

I shot this amazing wedding back in July. Since I am already so late with the posting I will spare you the words and just get to the pictures!



Baby J!

5 years ago this October I got to photograph Payal & Kevin’s amazing wedding (see photo below). 


And over the weekend I got to photograph them again but this time with their sweet baby boy! Ahhhh! I love when my clients have babies! <3

Martha & Brian - A Colonial Williamsburg Wedding!

Oh how I just adored this laid back intimate afternoon wedding down in Williamsburg. It was such an awesome way to ease my way into my 2014 wedding season. Honestly, I was nervous since this was my first wedding since I broke my shoulder back in November and I had now idea how I was going to feel. Happy to report that I felt great and can’t wait for all of the other weddings I have coming up!

Martha & Brian planned this wedding from out of state, which is something that always amazes me. The attention to detail and they way they took care of their guests was fantastic. They chose to get married in the William & Mary Chapel, exactly as her parents did over 40 years ago. They followed the wedding ceremony with a laid back lunch reception.


 Martha got ready in her childhood home with her parents and sister. This actually was once her bedroom.

 First look!

 We took our portraits in Colonial Williamsburg. The weather couldn’t have been more perfect.

 I got these exit shots as a little nod to Martha’s parents wedding photos.

Stunning venue for the reception! 

They chose not to have any dances at their reception and you all know how I love to post the father/daughter & mother/son dance shots so I thought  would include these sweet pictures instead.

Thank you so much for letting me be a part of your day!

Norah Fundraiser - The H Family!

These are some of our best friends in the area and I just loved taking pictures of them. Photographing 3 young kids is definitely a challenge but it sure was fun!


Norah Fundraiser - Sweet Little E!

This sweet little one lives in my neighborhood and her parents were happy to have photos done for such a wonderful cause. She is just a month older than my own daughter and I had so much fun with her. 


Norah Fundraiser - The C Family!

This sweet family were refered to me from another friend/client of mine and I am so happy it worked out that they were able to have their session while I was raising money for the Norah’s. We totally had an “it’s a small world” connection too! The mom and & both went to the same small university and she student taught in the town I lived in for ages!