Back to where it began: Paris | Personal

Thursday evening, Rob and I are hopping on a plane in Washington, DC and flying to France, Scotland, and Ireland to celebrate our fifth anniversary abroad. Although our anniversary isn’t until May, the realities of being a DC wedding photographer who got married during busy season are sometimes challenging! Paris may seem like an obvious to choice Continue Reading

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Creative at Heart Conference | Round 4

Purchasing a ticket to the Creative at Heart conference needs to come with one of those gigantic, red “Warning” labels. Unfortunately it doesn’t, but you’re in luck because today I’m spilling exactly what it would say if it did. So listen closely because these are some major need to knows. WARNING:You will walk away with your head Continue Reading

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Cherry Blossom Anniversary Session | Catherine & Will

For as long as I’ve been a Washington, DC anniversary photographer, I’ve never actually photographed a cherry blossom session — near blasphemy if you’re from this area, I know. I visited them once a few years back, but it’s always crazy trying to fight the crowds that I just hadn’t had the chance to return. Continue Reading

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Top of The Town Arlington, VA Wedding | Aimee & Tyler

Aimee and Tyler were married in a beautiful March wedding at Top of the Town in Arlington, VA overlooking the lights of Washington, DC. She had a stunning vision with gorgeous, long reception tables that were dressed in shades of blush and completely drenched in soft, spring flowers. Each centerpiece was unique, making your eyes dance down the line Continue Reading

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Planning For Rain | Bridal Business

Rain: every bride’s biggest fear when it comes to wedding planning. And, no matter how many times you hear, “…but it’s good luck!,” you still don’t feel any better about the possibility. So let’s just be honest, as a former bride myself, rain sucks! BUT it will only ruin your day if you let it! In the end, Continue Reading

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