Last month I had the pleasure of photographing Kim and Brandon’s wedding at Woodlawn Manor in Sandy Spring, MD. Kim and Brandon were all smiles throughout the whole day. They were so excited to get married to each other that their joy just shines through in their images. Working with so many couples for their wedding day there are a select few that stand out because their love for each other seems to just radiate from them. Kim and Brandon were one of those special couples. All the decor, from the bridal bouquet, the boutonnieres, to the arrangements on the tables was all handmade by the mother of the bride. She spent months planning and making all the details that helped add such a special touch to Kim and Brandon’s day. Congratulations to Kim and Brandon and their new marriage together!
I have loved museums ever since I was a kid, so when I got the chance to photograph Cherie and Terry’s wedding at the Newseum in DC, I was super excited. Both Cherie and Terry work in a media outlet for a living, and Terry’s family has had a long history of being in the media, so the Newseum was a perfect fit for this DC couple. Family from all over the country flew in to be a part of that day’s union of Terry and Cherie, who had their ceremony at the Beautiful Catherdral of St. Matthew in DC. The day then continued to the Newseum, where there was no end to the love, laughter and dancing that night.
A few weeks ago, I woke up early and drove to Annapolis to meet up with Jennifer and Todd for their engagement session. I had only been to Annapolis one time prior, and that was years ago, so I was excited to shoot in a new location. We meet up by the waterfront, and I remember looking around and thinking to myself how picturesque everything looked. There were so many little areas to explore the possibilities seemed endless. Jennifer suggested the location, and I though it was a perfect fit for their engagement session. Jennifer and Todd are such a cute couple, the setting matched their personalities. Also with Todd studying Law, the backdrop of the state capitol building was very fitting. Although the very humid weather was less then ideal, we managed to get some great images.