With the fall season coming to its close, I’m looking forward to the quieter months ahead. But it wouldn’t be the end of fall without a few lovely family photos brimming with joy and snuggles. I love watching these tiny families grow each year.
And let’s all embrace the season by spending time with loved ones and reconnecting with what’s important. I think we need it.
To those who serve, and that have served.
I’m a big believer in joining forces with other artists for a good dose of inspiration and creative collaboration. Lucky for me, that artist comes in the form of baker and friend Regina and her custom cake shop Cake Walk. Gorgeous, one of a kind style + all the tastiness to fill your belly. I say, hand me another slice please.
Earlier this summer, I had the pleasure of working alongside the lovely and talented Amelia Moore, photographing a breathtaking Naval Academy wedding in downtown Annapolis. It was a special experience for me as my parents were married in that very chapel. A memorable favorite was this simple moment shared between father and daughter.
And okay, one more. Because look at that couple! They were showstoppers.
A favorite from the beautiful city of Oxford. A quiet moment that feels almost Italian, not only because of the scenery, but because it serves as a reminder that getting a little lost sometimes is good for the soul. And my camera.
The white limestone cliffs along the Jurassic Coast had me reminiscing about my favorite Mesozoic Era hangout spot in Calvert, Maryland. If you need a little more texture in your life, a jagged coastline seems to be the perfect destination.