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Hi there! Thank you for stopping by. Here you will find previous sessions, words of encouragement and possibly a meatball sandwich recipe.

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I loved my time with McKenzie and Jared and loved the fact they trusted me with some crazy ideas…Like traveling down the ways to the reflecting pool area when that was not a part of the original game plan. We spent sometime around the Memorial before we headed down and found the most gorgeous weeping willow. I’ve seen this tree in a handful of my friend’s images, just never knew where it was! Now it is forever a favorite spot and I can’t wait to take my couple next month there.

McKenzie and Jared | Sunrise at the Lincoln Memorial Engagement Session | Washington DC

Nov 19, 2019

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I loved my time with McKenzie and Jared and loved the fact they trusted me with some crazy ideas…Like traveling down the ways to the reflecting pool area when that was not a part of the original game plan. We spent sometime around the Memorial before we headed down and found the most gorgeous weeping willow. I’ve seen this tree in a handful of my friend’s images, just never knew where it was! Now it is forever a favorite spot and I can’t wait to take my couple next month there.

McKenzie and Jared | Sunrise at the Lincoln Memorial Engagement Session | Washington DC

Nov 19, 2019

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The service was beautiful, of course, Catholic weddings always are in my opinion. I love Catholic weddings because of the traditions and rituals. As a photographer, I love documenting them just as much. As the ceremony went on, it felt like we were secure and you wouldn’t know the Nationals’ parade was happening a few blocks over. Every so often you would hear a faint cheer.

Ben and Jen | A Capitol Hill Wedding | Washington, DC

Nov 13, 2019

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