I love being a New Jersey Engagement Photographer! I finally was able to schedule Samantha and Will’s engagement session. It took awhile because we’re both working photographers and our schedules never synced up. They chose the Hagley Museum for their session. They thought of a theme they wanted for their photos and it was crazy cool! We didn’t have much time since the museum was closing soon after we got there. We made do with the time we had and got to work. I think we ended up with some great shots. I can’t wait for the wedding in October. Congratulations you two!

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I love being a Delaware Family Photographer! A lot of families come to Delaware for our beaches. The Moncheck’s found me on Google and we set up a family photo session outside of Bethany and Fenwick Island. We met at a little beach on the bay side. It was a beautiful day and we ended up with some great shots. Call me when you’re in town for some of your own family photos.

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I love being a Delaware Engagement Photographer! Especially when I get a bride that so busy she waits until two weeks before the wedding to do the engagement session. Talk about cutting it close. We met in Lewes at the main beach. We got John warmed up and used to me having a camera in his face first. He did great. After that we spent a little more time walking in the surf and sitting on the dunes. We got some great shots. I can’t wait for the wedding. Congratulations you two!

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I love being a Delaware Engagement Photographer! Especially when my Maryland clients want to go to the beach for their engagement session. I met Megan & Bill in Rehoboth Beach, DE for theirs. We walked along the boardwalk to warm up and get Bill loose. He was a little nervous. Then we headed to the water for some fun shots. After that it was time for ice cream and more shots on the strip. All in all it was a great day – even though I worked the two nights prior. I can’t wait for their wedding in 2015. Congratulations you two!

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I love being a Delaware Wedding Photographer! I had a blast with Ethan & Sarah when we went to Longwood Gardens for their engagement session so I knew their wedding was going to be a great time as well. I wasn’t wrong. I met the girls at the St. John’s United Methodist Church in Seaford for the getting ready and detail shots. When the boys showed up I spent a little time with them as well. There ceremony was very nice and these two were just as cute as could be. They had a small reception at the Cheer Center in Georgetown before heading out for their honeymoon. It was a wonderful day with some great friends and family. Congratulations you two!

 

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I love being a Delaware Sweet 16 Photographer! Alyssa’s Sweet 16 birthday party was a blast. It was held at the Cavaliers Country Club with a Tiffany’s theme. We set up a photo booth for fun throughout the night. The biggest moment of the night was when Alyssa opened a little box with a key in it. Her parents got her a new Ford Focus! How cool is that? It was a fun night and an honor to photograph the daughter of someone I grew up with. Happy Birthday Alyssa!

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I love being a Washington D.C. wedding photographer! Especially when I get to capture two awesome people like Abi & John at a location I’ve been waiting to shoot in like Washington, D.C. I met them a couple of months earlier at her brother’s wedding, which I also photographed. It’s a great feeling when a family trusts you like that! Abi & John were getting married on the rooftop of Charlie Palmer Steak in D.C. John is from England so a lot of his family and friends made the trip over the pond to be there for him. I love listening to anyone with an accent and this time there were many! The weather was perfect for a July afternoon and not too hot. After getting ready, I photographed the boys and girls separately on the grounds of the Capitol building where we had many onlookers. The ceremony was held by Abi’s dad which made it extra special. As the night progressed and the sky darkened, and the Capitol building made an awesome backdrop! Abi & John are a stunning couple and hopefully they’ll ask me to come to England for a maternity or newborn session! lol  Here are some of my favorites from the day:

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