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Couples, Featured

Southern Maryland Photographer | A Cool Fall Biker Engagement | Lauren + Blake

OKAY Y’ALL. I don’t even know where to begin. Basically, Lauren + Blake are the coolest couple EVER and I’m so beyond pumped that we get to capture their wedding next year! When we met, Lauren and I instantly bonded over our love of all things sugar skulls. Then, these two¬† took me on an […]

Couples, Featured, Portraits

Annapolis Waterfront Engagement | Cristina + Michael

Have you ever met someone, that you just instantly connected with? That was me, with this stunner of a couple. From our first phone call I knew I just couldn’t wait to photograph their wedding. Cristina + I chat weekly on Instagram, so I was pretty freaking pumped to finally meet this couple in person. […]

Couples, Portraits

Annapolis Sunrise Anniversary Session | Lexi + Frank

Every single time I have someone inquire about a sunrise session, I’m all like “YASS”. Then the day gets here, and my alarm goes off at 4am and I’m all like “NOOOO, WHY DO I DO THIS TO MYSELF” However, once again the quiet, empty streets and ethereal lighting proved me that the early wake […]

"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