Category Archives: weddings

Feb

22

2017

Heather and Donnie: Swallow Falls Elopement

Deep Creek Lake Wedding Photographer

Heather called me on Wednesday and they were getting married on Saturday. They were being spontaneous and fun, and doing something completely different from the norm. They were eloping and feeling excited for the adventure… Luckily, it was a random weekend in March and I had no plans. The forecast was also calling for warm Continue Reading

Feb

20

2017

Jessica & Ken: Wisp Resort Wedding

Deep Creek Lake Wedding Photographer

It seems appropriate to share Jessica and Ken’s wedding at Wisp Resort now because I had a secret project mission at Wisp Resort yesterday! 🙂 And let’s be honest, I’m unfortunately way behind on blogging and need to get this wedding blogged before too much time continues to pass… Jessica and Ken were married in November of Continue Reading

Feb

04

2017

Ely & Aubrey: Savage River Lodge Elopement

Deep Creek Lake Wedding Photographer

Last year I shot my first elopement (it’ll be coming to the blog soon), and since then, I’ve photographed a few more. And MAN, do I love photographing elopements! If you’re engaged, you should consider eloping. Read on and I’ll tell you more. 🙂 What I’ve realized about elopements is that you can break so Continue Reading

Jan

10

2017

Best of Weddings 2016

Deep Creek Lake Wedding Photographer

Before I started this post, I told myself I was only going to share one, or the best one picture from each of my weddings in 2016. ONE. Out of the 800 total images that some of my couples received in their final collections, I was going to choose one!? Ha, that’s funny. So I gave myself Continue Reading

Dec

30

2016

Behind The Scenes 2016

Deep Creek Lake Photographer

It’s that time of year! “Best of” posts from photographers where they showcase their favorite pictures from the year AND “behind the scenes” posts that include somewhat embarrassing pictures of them actually shooting. This is my Behind The Scenes post for 2016. 🙂  All of these pictures were taken at the 20-some weddings I photographed Continue Reading

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