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Julianna emailed me, “How many bottles of champagne should I bring if I want to pop a bottle and get that really awesome shot of the champagne spray?!” I told her to bring three, I hadn’t yet mastered the spray and wanted to make sure that we had plenty of opportunities to nail the shot […]

Devil's Den Anniversary Portraits

Jan 19, 2021

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The six of us stood at the baptismal font. The rest of the large marble church empty. We all wore masks. Camila hungry for a snack and ready for a nap, dressed in a long white baptism gown, she fussed. Monica grabbed a few puffs from the diaper bag. “If it is your will that […]

St. Peter's Catholic Church Baptism

Jan 18, 2021

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I met Phoebe at her home for her Ellicott City Senior Portraits. We had hoped that we were going to be blessed with some sun and maybe even a little bit of warmth. But unfortunately we were graced with a day covered in low hanging deep fog with a high of 50 degrees. But it […]

Ellicott City Senior Portraits

Jan 17, 2021

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For those of you who don’t hunt (ok me being one of them…) there’s an old saying that as long as you can put a ring on the rack of a buck, it’s safe to shoot. For Marissa and Justin, being avid adventurers together, hunting one of those adventures, this saying has a lot of […]

Gambrill Mills Engagement Portraits

Jan 16, 2021

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Meg had originally envisioned and we had planned for Christmas tree farm engagement portraits. However, when looking at the weather and being that Meg works in a hospital setting, we decided intimate¬†at home engagement portraits might be a better idea. To stick with the Christmas theme, Meg pulled in some of her and Tyler’s favorite […]

At Home Engagement Portraits

Jan 15, 2021





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