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Andy worked with Jess’ cousin and had received a facebook suggested friends notification for Jess. He joking commented to his coworker (her cousin) about sending her a direct message. After the comment, that idea stuck with him. He bit the bullet and sent her a message. They talked for a little while through messenger. Andy […]

Sugarloaf Mountain Engagement Portraits

Oct 14, 2020

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John had his arms wrapped around Katelyn’s waist. Katelyn very perfectly nestled between his arms. The perfect photographer dream sunlight glow wrapped around them. They easily nuzzled into each other. I commented, “You guys are adorable! And are seriously making this so easy! I don’t need to tell you to do anything!” Katelyn chuckled, “We’re […]

Kinder Farm Engagement Portraits

Sep 30, 2020

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These Long’s Park Engagement Portraits are extra special. If you saw my instagram sneak peek two weeks ago, then you know why they’re special. If not…let me let you in on the reason, Ashleigh is my cousin! She’s two years younger than me and so we’re pretty close. We grew up going to the beach […]

Long's Park Engagement Portraits

Sep 22, 2020

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I met Sam and Joey at the spot where it all started for them. As we wandered around the campus for their Johns Hopkins University Engagement Portraits, they reminisced about all the important spots. Strolling down memory lane of what significance each building had for them and other little stories they experienced together on the […]

Johns Hopkins University Engagement Portraits

Sep 14, 2020

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Meg stood in a church in San Juan, Puerto Rico. She was there on a two week mission trip with her church to help with Hurricane Maria relief. An older woman in the congregation approached her. “You’re going to meet my grandson!”. Roberto was on his way from Philadelphia. He would be joining the mission […]

Schuylkill County Engagement Portraits

Sep 9, 2020





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