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.
I absolutely love photographing friends. Everyone is a little more relaxed and if I’m lucky, I know a funny story or two from days gone by. I was so excited to see Brian again and to meet his gorgeous fiancé. We had a lot of fun soaking up the fall leaves and sunshine around Annapolis. And you’d never know we almost all blew away in the wind!
I am pretty darn excited about this little engagement session that happened over the weekend. And I don’t think I need to say why. More to follow!
I can’t stop looking at these photos of my dear friend Allie and her fiancé John. They warm my heart and put a big smile on my face. I feel so blessed to have been able to capture their love and friendship. Can’t wait to celebrate their marriage later this year. Also, all girls should have a red dress. No exceptions.
It was a beautiful weekend full of beautiful photos that will be coming later. I grew up on this river. This is home. Calmness ensues.
Happy Birthday Mom!
We celebrated on Friday with afternoon tea at Reynolds Tavern in Annapolis. It’s pretty much my favorite (although it’s no Ladurée). We even got a little crazy and splurged on the “Colonial High Tea,” which includes their quiche lorraine. It was like eating the most delicious breakfast meal you have ever tasted in your entire life. If you are not from Annapolis and you take a little visit there, Reynolds is a must. Just do it.
Last November I had the pleasure of photographing Rhianna LaRocque, an up-and-coming musician from the Annapolis area. On July 1st she released her second album, which you can listen to here. To learn more about Rhianna and her music, check out this article, published in the Severna Park Voice.