Mar

01

2017

Carrie & Josh: Historic Summit Inn Wedding

Farmington PA Wedding Photographer

Carrie and Josh’s May wedding took place in two states: West Virginia and Pennsylvania. They got ready, had their first look, did all fun and formal pictures, and said “I do” in West Virginia. The reception was then held just over the border in Pennsylvania at The Historic Summit Inn (one of my new favorite venues, Continue Reading

Feb

22

2017

Heather and Donnie: Swallow Falls Elopement

Deep Creek Lake Wedding Photographer

Heather called me on Wednesday and they were getting married on Saturday. They were being spontaneous and fun, and doing something completely different from the norm. They were eloping and feeling excited for the adventure… Luckily, it was a random weekend in March and I had no plans. The forecast was also calling for warm Continue Reading

Feb

20

2017

Jessica & Ken: Wisp Resort Wedding

Deep Creek Lake Wedding Photographer

It seems appropriate to share Jessica and Ken’s wedding at Wisp Resort now because I had a secret project mission at Wisp Resort yesterday! 🙂 And let’s be honest, I’m unfortunately way behind on blogging and need to get this wedding blogged before too much time continues to pass… Jessica and Ken were married in November of Continue Reading

Feb

10

2017

Carolyn & Ben: Engaged

West Virginia Wedding Photographer

Carolyn and Ben are getting married TOMORROW! Their West Virginia winter wedding will take place in Preston County and will include two different farms, one of which I visited this past fall for their engagement session…   They aren’t getting married at the farms, but I’ll be meeting Carolyn at one while she gets ready and Continue Reading

Feb

08

2017

Jack Is THREE!

Deep Creek Lake Photographer

We celebrated the fifth of our five birthdays in the Fike house just recently. Ally turned six in December (on the same day that Brian and I moved forward in our 30s 🙂 ), Natalie turned one on the 11th of January and our middle child Jack turned three on the 30th of January. So Continue Reading

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