Category Archives: Featured

Hochzeitsguide: Charleston, SC Bridal Portraits | Featured

I first heard of Hochzeitsguide when attending Michael and Carina’s workshop at Agecroft Hall in Richmond, VA last spring. We were talking about submission and Carina, being from Germany herself, elegantly let this name roll of her tongue as one of her favorite international wedding blogs. I remember another attendee asking her to spell that Continue Reading

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Tidewater & Tulle: Tides Inn Wedding | Featured

When I was photographed Beth and Bryan’s gorgeous wedding at The Tides Inn this past June, I already knew I wanted to submit it to Tidewater and Tulle as I thought it would be a perfect fit for their typical aesthetic and region. This can be both a good and bad thing!! When the details Continue Reading

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The Fount Collective: Charleston, SC Session | Featured

As a Washington, DC wedding photographer, my business naturally tends to focus on newly engaged couples who are about to embark on a journey toward marriage. Additionally, over the past two years or so, I have been incorporating couples that are celebrating anniversaries as this is something very near and dear to my heart (Rob Continue Reading

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Fine Art Marriage: Charleston, SC Anniversary | Featured

Last year I had the honor of travelling to Charleston, SC to capture Michael and Katelyn‘s sunrise anniversary session on film. Anniversary sessions, by nature, are some of the most romantic portraits I have the privilege of capturing; while many couples are together years before they marry, there is something that changes when you become Continue Reading

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SMP: French Provence Wedding | Featured

I am so excited to share that I have my fourth feature on Style Me Pretty today! Sometimes I just have to repeat that out loud to myself because it’s still so hard to believe. When I first got started in this industry as a Washington, DC wedding photographer, being featured on SMP’s blog was Continue Reading

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