Monday, December 12, 2016
In all my years of photographing weddings, this was the first time I've been asked to anchor a flip cup team. Fortunately, I did not choke under pressure, stuck the landing on the first attempt and got right back to work! (Some photos below).
Flip cup was just one of many highlights from a
Saturday, December 10, 2016
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Tuesday, December 06, 2016
These pictures almost didn't happen. Rachel and Ryan live on the west coast and it was hard to align our schedules for an engagement shoot. By the time we had worked out a time and date, it was late November. The weather was a bit raw and the trees had lost most of their leaves. I told the
Wednesday, November 30, 2016
I got an exciting message out of the blue a few weeks ago. Dudley Brooks, photo editor at the Washington Post Magazine, reached out to me wanting to publish some of the photos from my Hampden Alley Portrait Project. The story ran as two double page spreads along with a short text I wrote
Sunday, November 20, 2016
The photo above muchs sums up Kara and Alvin's wedding, where tears of joy were bubbling under the surface much of the time. The entire wedding was held at the beautiful and historic Belvedere in Baltimore, with a ceremony in the Palm Room and a reception on the 13th Floor. Between the