Category Archives: weddings

Sep

07

2017

Deep Creek Lake Wedding: Elizabeth & Emmett

Deep Creek Lake Wedding Photographer

When I showed up for Elizabeth and Emmett’s lakefront wedding event at Deep Creek Lake, I first visited the reception tent to drop off my light stands…and I could see my breath. It was September 2nd and it was 45 degrees outside. Just days before we experienced summer-like weather so fall-like conditions were a surprise. Continue Reading

Jul

18

2017

The Lodges At Lakeside Village Wedding Styled Shoot

Deep Creek Lake Wedding Photographer

Oh man, this project. What a feat! It started this past winter when I had an idea. An idea for something BIG, something big for the wedding community of Garrett County. I wanted our community to come together and celebrate, and just be excited and proud to be a part of this little corner of Continue Reading

Jul

14

2017

Savage River Lodge Elopement: Jackie & Chad

Deep Creek Lake Wedding Photographer

Jackie and Chad were wed on a spring evening at the beautifully unique and private getaway destination of Savage River Lodge, which sits just near the border of Garrett and Allegany Counties in Maryland. It was my fourth visit to SRL for a wedding and just like with every visit, I was very excited for Continue Reading

Jul

05

2017

Lakeview Wedding: Danni & Sean

Deep Creek Lake Wedding Photographer

Besides Danni’s excitement and joy, and she and Sean’s incredibly friendly attitudes, the wedding day tornado will definitely be one of the most memorable parts of my experience with them. Yes! There was a tornado on their wedding day! And we were in it!  When I arrived in Morgantown, the sun was shining and the Continue Reading

Jun

27

2017

Downtown Fairmont Wedding: Jessica & Casey

West Virginia Wedding Photographer

I first met Jessica and Casey earlier this month for a styled shoot at Deep Creek Lake. My friend Beth of The Mustard Couch said they would make great models, and she was right! But not only were these two lovebirds cute and willing to snuggle up in front of the camera, they were also Continue Reading

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