Category Archives: families

Jun

18

2019

Boating Sessions Now Available!

Deep Creek Lake Family Photographer

I had this idea back in winter and had to wait months until the warmth arrived to actually put it in place. Thanks to the B Family, our beautiful lake, and of course the warmth, I can now start offering BOATING SESSIONS!  Standing at the local parks and in pretty backyards is just fine for Continue Reading

Mar

29

2019

Photos at the Meadow Is Back!

Deep Creek Lake Photographer

Photos at the Meadow is back for 2019!!! Last year’s mini session event was a great success and I want to continue to have unique options for portraits for families and couples, so Halian’s Mosser Meadow and I are putting it all together again for this May! PHOTOS AT THE MEADOW! A mini session event Continue Reading

Nov

28

2018

Christmas Gift Idea For The Whole Family

Deep Creek Lake Photographer

Meet the Beitzel Family! They all live locally here in Garrett County, their roots are strong and they now roll 18 deep in their line-up! I met them through our local Montessori school when my kiddos started becoming friends with some of the youngest kiddos in their group, and I’ve gained some great friends within Continue Reading

Mar

08

2018

R Family: Deep Creek Lake Portraits

Deep Creek Lake Photographer

deep creek lake photographer

March is here and it’s time to think about summer! With Easter just a few weeks away, I feel like March is going to fly by. And once April is here, winter will officially be over, and May will be just around the corner…which means June is almost here…so basically, it’s summer. HA! Ok, I’ll Continue Reading

Jan

22

2018

Monday Musings with Maureen

Ideas, Tips, and Reflections from Garrett County Maryland

deep creek lake proposal

It’s Monday, friends! The start of a new work week and the start of a new blog series here at JFP! Introducing…Monday Musings with Maureen! While I plan to officially and formally introduce my JFP bride-turned friend Maureen in a future post, I didn’t want to keep her first musings from you all for too long. Continue Reading

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