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Portraits

Maryland Portrait Photographer | Late Summer Branding Session | Amber

If you know me, you know I┬álove working with other small business owners. Especially other photographers! I was so excited that I got to spend last Friday hanging with one of my photo besties, Amber. Not only is this girl gorgeous, but she is crazy talented. Seriously check out her work- www.ambercholephotography.com! We spent the […]

Weddings

Destination St. Elmo’s Island Private Island Wedding

Bryan + Erin This week, I was invited to capture the most stunning wedding. I was contacted by the talented Candace Nicole Photography. She asked me to assist a wedding in Upstate New York, on one of the Thousand Islands. We enjoyed an 8 hour road trip on up to New York. We made a […]

Couples, Featured, Portraits

Jefferson Patterson Couples Session | Lazy Summer Evening Portraits | Amber + Michael

Okay, quick backstory. Two years ago I hosted a model call for a free engagement session. This stunner of a couple won (!!) and I had so much fun capturing them. Flash forward to a year later, and I was second shooting for my girl Candace Nicole Photography, when Amber began shadowing her as she […]

"Margo captured our day perfectly"

No pressure. Just relax and watch it happen. Let your imagination be your guide. If it's not what you want - stop and change it. Don't just keep going and expect it will get better. Use your imagination, let it go. I really believe that if you practice enough you could paint the 'Mona Lisa' with a two-inch brush.

Amanda & Jake

"We are SO so thrilled with our images!"

No pressure. Just relax and watch it happen. Let your imagination be your guide. If it's not what you want - stop and change it. Don't just keep going and expect it will get better. Use your imagination, let it go. I really believe that if you practice enough you could paint the 'Mona Lisa' with a two-inch brush.

Jessica & Allen

"The experience was like none other"

No pressure. Just relax and watch it happen. Let your imagination be your guide. If it's not what you want - stop and change it. Don't just keep going and expect it will get better. Use your imagination, let it go. I really believe that if you practice enough you could paint the 'Mona Lisa' with a two-inch brush.

Rachel & Nathan