Gillian and Joe reaffirmed my new love for smaller, uniquely intimate weddings. My first experience was at Mary and Tyler’s Dolly Sods wedding earlier in 2014. They were married on top of a mountain with only their closest family and friends, and dinner followed. I loved the experience, especially the no-fuss, laid-back intimacy of it Continue Reading
Wisp Resort is five minutes from my house. It’s a four-season destination resort and it’s a huge feature of the Deep Creek Lake area. Most recently it’s been entertaining a snow-covered mountain for skiers, boarders and tubers, but it will soon be hosting warm weather events, including lots of weddings! I’ve photographed two weddings at Continue Reading
Tasha and Brinton were married in the Deep Creek Lake area last summer. Brinton is originally from Western Maryland, but Tasha is from the midwest. After meeting Brinton in college and vacationing at the lake with he and his family, she fell in love with Deep Creek. It only seemed appropriate that they get married Continue Reading
Post #2 of my new “session groups” blogging practice to catch up! Let’s see how it goes. 🙂 First up…Helen! She’s a senior in West Virginia and scheduled her session early last summer. It was a unique session for me because I don’t work with a ton of seniors and it was my last senior Continue Reading
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Last summer, Brian and I’s good college friend Timmy asked Brian to be a groomsman in his upcoming wedding to Brittney. Timmy was Brian’s college roommate during their senior year and he was the groomsman at our wedding that gave a most stellar toast at the reception. 🙂 Of course it was a no-brainer that Continue Reading
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