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Jeremy and Brandy

Brandy and Jeremy were married in Fredericksburg, VA last summer at the historic Kenmore Inn. The Kenmore has such a gorgeous courtyard for an intimate ceremony! I always love photographing weddings here in my back yard. Hope you enjoy some images from their wedding as we approach their one year anniversary!


Natasha’s Prom Session

It’s prom season here in Fredericksburg, and what better time to capture some awesome portraits of your high school junior or senior? Natasha scheduled a trial run for her hair and makeup with Bobby Pins and Blush, and we coordinated times to create some stunning portraits of her after her appointment with Teddy. If you couldn’t tell, Natasha is an awesome dancer. She’s headed to Virginia Tech next year!

Payton and John

If there’s a record for number of tissues used during a wedding day, I imagine that Payton and John would be in the running. These two were married last April in Washington, D.C. on the campus of St. Alban’s School, and it was truly a joy-filled day. The first time I visited St. Alban’s I was absolutely smitten with the architecture, and became immediately jealous of the students who get to study there, so it’s always a treat to travel to the school to create images for my awesome couples. After preparations, Payton and John had an emotional first look in the courtyard behind the school. After that we walked over to the Bishop’s Garden for portraits, followed by a gorgeous ceremony in the Little Chapel. After that, we worked our way inside where the Rollex Band was ready to get the party started. Many thanks to Mario Braithwaite for being my awesome second photographer for the day, and the Melissa Larocque of Twin Lights Wedding Planning for the flawless event planning.


K.C. and Molly’s Alexandria and National Harbor Wedding

K.C. and Molly were my first married couple of 2016, tying the knot at the Historic Christ Church in Old Town Alexandria (est. 1773) on the first weekend of the new year. I had the pleasure of photographing Molly’s sister Claire’s wedding in 2014, and was so pleased to be invited back to be a part of the family celebrations again. A scheduling hiccup at the venue prompted us to call an audible in the form of an unplanned first look. I’m glad we did, because the light was just perfect for a few gorgeous late afternoon portraits. After the ceremony, we made our way across the bridge to National Harbor, where K.C. and Molly celebrated their marriage with friends and family at the glamorous Sunset Room by Wolfgang Puck. I snuck K.C. and Molly out into the harbor for a few minutes of night portraits during the cocktail hour, and then we celebrated for the rest of the night. Enjoy!


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