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Natalie & Ryan :: A DAR Wedding

Posted by On Mar 09, 2015 In Wedding Photography

Natalie & Ryan
Ceremony: The First Baptist Church of Washington
Reception: Daughters of the American Revolution Read more →

Catherine & Craig :: A Key Bridge Marriott Wedding

Posted by On Jan 22, 2015 In Wedding Photography

Catherine and Craig’s Key Bridge Marriott wedding was definitely one to remember! The hotel was a short distance from beautiful views of the National Mall, and also provided spectacular views of DC from the top-floor ballroom. It was great seeing everyone let loose at the reception. There was a lot of awesome dancing to photograph! Read more →

Vaia & Allan :: Greek Wedding at Ritz-Carlton Tysons Corner

Posted by On Dec 19, 2014 In Uncategorized, Wedding Photography

Who doesn’t love a Greek wedding? I had a blast photographing Vaia and Allan’s wedding at Saint Katherine Greek Orthodox Church and the Ritz-Carlton Tysons Corner! Read more →

Lauren & Adam :: A Wedding at the Park Hyatt DC

Posted by On Dec 12, 2014 In Wedding Photography

Lauren and Adam enjoyed a beautiful wedding at the Park Hyatt DC earlier this year! It’s always a pleasure working with laid-back and fun couples, as well as a great team of wedding vendors!
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Even & Jimmy’s DC Courthouse Wedding Featured on Capitol Romance

Posted by On Sep 08, 2014 In Features

It’s always nice to see my work published on wedding blogs or in magazines. I’m particularly happy that Capitol Romance featured this wedding, because it was a simple and sweet DC courthouse wedding followed by some portraits at the National Gallery of Art and the Metro. While I love a big wedding and reception, witnessing a courthouse ceremony reinforces what weddings are really all about.

DC Courthouse Wedding Photographer

Thanks to Capitol Romance for featuring Even and Jimmy’s wedding. I do offer a special courthouse wedding package, so please contact me if you are looking for a wedding photographer!

Takoma Park Family Portraits

Posted by On Jul 17, 2014 In Family Portraits

This was a special session for me, because our good friends were moving to Colorado and I wanted to document their time in Takoma Park. We met in a favorite park of ours, and although it was a bit steamy that evening, we had a great time and got some fun family portraits! Read more →

Jen & Miguel :: A Wedding at the Omni Shoreham DC

Posted by On Jul 16, 2014 In Wedding Photography

When I first met Jen and Miguel to discuss their wedding plans, they kept talking about their families and how their wedding was going to be a big celebration (Miguel’s mom was the one who first connected them!). Family is the biggest reason I love being a wedding photographer, so I was excited to be there to document their special day. Of course it was filled with love, laughter, some happy tears and lots and lots of joy! The Omni Shoreham was the perfect place for their outdoor ceremony. We even took advantage of their hammocks later in the day for a few fun portraits! Congrats Jen and Miguel! Read more →

Claire & Brantley :: Wedding at Holy Trinity Church & Sequoia, DC

Posted by On Jul 07, 2014 In Wedding Photography

Claire and Brantley enjoyed a spectacular day for their DC wedding at Holy Trinity Catholic Church and reception at the Sequoia restaurant on the Georgetown waterfront. They are the sweetest couple and it was a joy to witness their wedding. Congrats Claire and Brantley! Read more →

SNEAK PEEK :: Lauren & Adam’s Park Hyatt Washington Wedding

Posted by On May 27, 2014 In Wedding Photography

The Park Hyatt Washington looked spectacular for Lauren and Adam’s joyous wedding celebration. My favorite shot of the night was this fun image from the hora. The smiles on their faces say it all!

Even & Jimmy :: A DC Courthouse Wedding

Posted by On May 10, 2014 In Wedding Photography

For a long time, I had secretly been hoping to photograph a courthouse wedding. When Jimmy contacted me about photographing his wedding at the DC Courthouse, I was ecstatic! I wanted to see what it was like photographing a wedding in a place that isn’t a beautiful hotel, museum, vineyard, or any of the other standard DC wedding venues. And since I like to call my style “Joyful Wedding Photography,” I was excited to see a wedding that was stripped of all the usual wedding hoopla. What remained was a sweet couple, four of their closest loved ones and, unsurprisingly, as much joy as any other wedding. To cap off the afternoon, we did some post-ceremony portraits at two great spots in DC for photos – the National Gallery of Art and the Dupont Circle Metro station. Read more →