Category Archives: families

May

27

2015

L Family: Spring Portraits

Garrett County MD Portrait Photographer

I met Stephanie two years ago in Morgantown when I held a photog shoot-out. It was a free and friendly meeting, just me a handful of aspiring mama-togs who wanted to learn to use their cameras better. Since then, Stephanie has started her own business and added baby #2 to the family. I was happy Continue Reading

May

22

2015

Kara: Mommy & Me Session

Garrett County MD Portrait Photographer

I met Kara and Trevor about 2.5 years ago when they were pregnant with Henry. We first did a maternity session, then a birth session and finally a newborn session. My most memorable experience with them was Henry’s birth because it was my first and only birth photography experience. It was such a neat and Continue Reading

May

20

2015

Teen MOPS: Spring Portraits

Morgantown WV Portrait Photographer

Mountaineer Teen MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) in Morgantown, WV is an outreach ministry for moms under 23 years of age with kiddos five years and younger. The group is designed to walk alongside young moms in the season of early mothering by providing support and resources. I’ve visited this group two times in the past two years Continue Reading

Apr

23

2015

M Family: Winter Portraits

Deep Creek Lake Portrait Photographer

I met Lindsay and her small family of three last summer in Cumberland, MD for a portrait session. Lindsay revealed that she had been following my work and was excited to finally get on my calendar! I really enjoyed hanging out with she, her husband and their little gal, and was so flattered she asked Continue Reading

Apr

17

2015

Newborn and Family Portraits

Morgantown WV Portrait Photographer

I’ve got two more portrait sessions for your viewing pleasure today! Both of these sessions took place in West Virginia, and even though I live in Maryland and my business is based in Maryland, I’ve recently done more work overall in our great mountainous neighboring state. Hopefully my Maryland numbers will continue to grow (they’ve Continue Reading

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