Have you ever attended a wedding in Tuscany? If not, I would encourage your closest friends to get married at a villa there! Tuscany is landscapes, history, and artistic legacy. The scenery is flawless, and everywhere you turn, there is this romantic feeling you get. I was a bridesmaid at my friend Olivia’s wedding, and […]
Thien and Adam were married at The enchanting Carlyle House in Virginia. The Carlyle House, located in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia, was built in the eighteenth century by John Carlyle, a wealthy merchant who completed his elegant stone mansion in 1753. Carlyle House is one of the nation’s finest examples of Georgian residential architecture. This venue has […]
I really lucked out getting to photograph Samara & Michael’s wedding at The Greenbrier. When there original photographer had a COVID issue come up that prevented them from shooting just a few weeks before the wedding, Samara and Michael called me. And something about our video call felt so natural that it was almost as […]
I’ve had the honor of photographing Frankie and Ben several times over the years. From their Charlottesville engagement, to their wedding at The Market at Grelen, to a one year anniversary session in Alexandria. They’ve since welcomed a sweet baby girl into their family. We met at Early Mountain for their summer session to document […]
Father of the Bride has always been one of my favorite movies. The total chaos of it all, the joy of a backyard wedding, what’s not to love? Crutcher and Mark was, from my perspective, a more organized version. There was all the joy of a backyard wedding, but Crutcher and her mother put together […]
A Old World Parisian dream in Taneytown, Maryland, Megan & Daniel’s wedding was so reflective of their style and personalities. It was a blustery November day that meant we got to take advantage of the gorgeous interior at Antrim 1844 for their portraits. Courtney from Abby Garden Floral completely transformed the space to reflect elevated […]
Amy and Kurt have a charisma about them that is completely infectious. I loved photographing the two of them, but loved even more when Kurt expertly helped me navigate the tightest parallel spot that ever existed.