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Portraits of Karl + Paula: A Wedding At The Greenbrier

My first wedding of the spring 2012 season: Paula + Karl at The Greenbrier Resort in White Sulphur Springs, WVA. I don’t believe in the practice of astrology, but I do believe the stars must have aligned this wedding weekend for Paula + Karl. When they first told me that their wedding was on the […]

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Portraits of Andrew + Cait Featured On Emmaline Bride

Gettysburg is truly a unique and beautiful setting for a wedding. It has an unusual combination of charm and quaint sophistication.  It was one of my favorite places to visit last season,  so I’m delighted that Andrew + Cait’s Gettysburg wedding has been chosen by the good folks at Emmaline Bride to be featured on […]

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Portrait of Andrew + Cait: A Gettysburg Wedding

The weather in Pennsylvania in the fall can be sublime. I was in Gettysburg in early October to document the wedding weekend of Andrew + Cait and their families.  The weather did not disappoint. I could not have asked for  a more beautiful weekend,  a more idyllic setting or a more delightful and down to […]

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Portraits of Ryan + Lindsay: A Virginia Country Wedding

Two of the most enjoyable aspects of my work as a wedding photographer in the Washington, DC area are 1) capturing this most special day in the lives of my clients and 2) doing that at some of the most beautiful places in this part of the country. On September 4, 2011, Ryan and Lindsay […]

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Potomac Seagulls: Signs of Spring in Washington, DC

Those who know me well, know that though I earn my living photographing children and people, covering events and working as a freelance photojournalist, I am a photographer first. Any subject is fair game, even seagulls, no pun intended. I was starting to get the blues after a series of record snowfalls here in DC. […]

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