Category Archives: Deep Creek Lake

Sep

13

2016

Kelly & John: North Glade Inn Wedding

Deep Creek Lake, MD Wedding Photographer

As I was looking back through Kelly and John’s pictures from their fall wedding at the beautiful North Glade Inn near Deep Creek Lake, MD, I could almost feel the crispness of the day. The weather was chilly, the last of the colorful leaves were present, the black tuxes were sleek, and the creamy compliments Continue Reading

Aug

12

2016

Jade & CJ: Swallow Falls Engagement Session

Deep Creek Lake Photographer

I met Jade and CJ at Swallow Falls State Park on a beautiful fall morning in November for their engagement session. We seemed to have the park to ourselves as we explored the trails and waterfalls…and as these two bravely stepped out onto large rocks for some nice scenic shots! (Anything for a good picture, right!?)  Continue Reading

Nov

13

2015

Jessica & Ken: Swallow Falls Engagement Session

Garrett County MD Portrait Photographer

Jessica and I first met this past winter. She graciously offered to meet me in my home office to discuss she and Ken’s wedding photography options…and we hit it off immediately! I remember Jessica being so easy to talk to and just so excited about her wedding plans. A meeting like that always ends well…and Continue Reading

Aug

24

2015

Jolene & Shane: Engagement Session

Deep Creek Lake MD Photographer

Jolene and Shane are such a great couple! Not only did they come visit me in Garrett County, they’re also AWESOME in front of the camera! These two made an overcast even look so warm and happy and I’m happy to call them JFP clients. 🙂 They’re from my hometown of Connellsville, PA, so we Continue Reading

Aug

12

2015

Lindsey & Benji: North Glade Inn Wedding

Deep Creek Lake Wedding Photographer

Lindsey and Benji’s July wedding at the BEAUTIFUl North Glade Inn near Deep Creek Lake, MD had a lot of different, unique elements to it…and if you know me, I like different and unique. 🙂 Bride Lindsey wore old turquoise jewelry, groom Benji wore a tie-dye-like shirt, the bride and her maids wore flower crowns, Continue Reading

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