SO MANY CHOICES
Choosing a photographer is one of the most important decisions of the wedding planning process. You need to be absolutely sure you find someone you’re comfortable with because they’ll be with you the entire day. You need to love their style because you’ll be looking back on the photos for decades to come.
I’m not the cheapest wedding photographer out there, and I’m not the photographer for everyone. But, I’ll work my hardest to capture all the little details you never noticed and all the fleeting moments you never knew happened.
Peace of Mind
I've photographed 125+ weddings. I’ll capture everything about your wedding day without having to be asked. You'll get timeless photos, not bizarre sepia toned fad edits. You'll look back and remember the day as clearly as if you were there.
I like to keep everything very casual. I provide very light direction so you won't be forced to pose in unnatural ways. There will be banter and real laughter. It's essentially an awesome adventure where someone just happens to me taking photos. Couples routinely tell me that their anxiety quickly disappeared and that they had a lot more fun than they expected to.
I appreciate bold aesthetics, wide shots, and incorporating architectural elements. My couples tend to appreciate those things as well. Why have an epic location or venue if you don't capture it?
WHERE I'VE SHOT
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48 Fields, Mexican Cultural Institute, Torpedo Factory, 48 Fields, Carnegie Institution for Science, President Lincoln’s Cottage, Josephine Butler Parks Center, The LINE DC, Union Stage, Woodrow Wilson House, National Cathedral, Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore Museum of Industry, Meridian Hill Park, Snow Hill Manor, Woodend Sanctuary, Howard County Conservatory, Meadowlark Botanical Gardens, Faith like a Mustard Seed Farm, Shadow Creek, Tabard Inn, Phoenix Park Hotel, Museum of the Moving Image, The Oaks Waterfront Inn, Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Golf Resort