Category Archives: weddings

Feb

09

2018

North Glade Inn Wedding: Erica & Justin

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Erica and Justin were married at the beautiful North Glade Inn at Deep Creek Lake in the fall. I remember it being a somewhat foggy day, with some cool, crisp temperatures in the air. Everything took place on North Glade’s grounds…the outdoor ceremony, the barn reception, and the getting ready. Shooting at North Glade is Continue Reading

Feb

02

2018

Meet Maureen & Our New Blog Series

Deep Creek Lake Photographer

You know what’s one of the coolest things about my job as a wedding photographer? The friendships made. When my couples and I find ourselves having lengthy conversations, emailing with exclamation points, texting about wedding day details, and making plans to hang out post-wedding, I know I’ve found some new friends.  One of those new Continue Reading

Jan

31

2018

Best of Weddings 2017

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It’s time for one of my favorite posts of the year…the BEST OF WEDDINGS! Even though it took me hours to go back through the thousands of pictures from my 2017 collections and choose favorites, it was such a wonderful reminder of all the awesome couples, beautiful details and photography adventures I was blessed to Continue Reading

Jan

19

2018

Rocky Gap State Park Wedding: Ashley & Jared

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Ashley and Jared were married last summer at the beautiful Rocky Gap State Park, which lies right next to the Rocky Gap Casino & Resort in Western Maryland. I first met them in Garrett County for their engagement session when I took them to one of my favorite photo spots in the county (Accident Bear Creek Continue Reading

Dec

16

2017

Pittsburgh’s Grand Hall Wedding: Jana & Randy

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Jana and Randy’s Pittsburgh wedding took place in July. Their ceremony was held at a nearby Catholic church and the reception took place at Pittsburgh’s Grand Hall at The Priory. I had been to the Grand Hall once before for a friend’s wedding (as a guest!), and was excited for the opportunity to photograph it. Continue Reading

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