I’m located in Annapolis, Maryland but I frequently travel to DC/VA/DE for weddings and I am passport ready!
As a fine art photographer, I aim to capture timeless images that are romantic, elegant and authentic. I blend together both a photojournalistic style of capturing the natural moments that unfold during a wedding day while also styling and posing when needed.
YES. I believe your wedding photographs become family heirlooms and I believe photos are meant to be printed and seen off the digital screen. I offer a wide variety of albums, keepsake boxes of loose prints, and canvases. Heirloom albums are custom designed to be unique to you and printed on the finest quality paper by a professional lab so that you can enjoy your album for generations.
Your date is locked in when I have a signed contract and a 40% non-refundable retainer. Please understand that I cannot hold a date through email inquiry. I typically receive up to four or five inquiries for any particular date in a wedding season, and they are booked first come first serve.
Yes and yes. These are two very important questions to ask each photographer you consider for your wedding day. I have a backup camera, lenses and flashes so that I am prepared for whatever might happen. I also have liability insurance, which many venues require from vendors.
No. My couple’s wedding has my complete focus and attention for the entirety of the day.
I love engagement sessions! Not only will you get beautiful images and create some new memories together, but you will also have the chance to see me in action and get comfortable in front of the camera before your wedding day. This is a great opportunity for us to get to know each other and for you to ask me questions about the big day!
I have a team of super talented photographers that I work with on a regular basis to capture those alternate angles and precious moments in your day. Their photography complements mine and works well to tell your story. I cannot physically be in two places at once, but by having a second photographer allows me to do just that. A wedding day is fast-moving and chaotic so having that second photographer there to document it is essential.