Nicole and John and I go way back to the high school days! I was honored when Nicole chose me to shoot her St. Patrick’s day wedding, being that she’s also a photographer. It makes it a bit more stressful when shooting another artist, hoping you live up to their expectations! They wanted a short and sweet ceremony, so they chose to do a courthouse wedding in their current city of Salisbury. I went to Salisbury University and I knew that downtown would make an awesome setting for their photos. While we were downtown, the Salisbury news crew interviewed them since it was St. Patrick’s Day, how cool for them to have a free “videographer” for their wedding! Afterwards, we went over to Poplar Hill Mansion for a quick brunch, what a beautiful place! The weather was gorgeous and everything was so much fun.

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I’m starting, or should I say, re-starting a blog. I’m going to try to stick with it this time. I thought I’d start by showcasing some of my favorite wedding shots from 2010.

Chris and Jen were married in Jamaica in January. I received a voicemail stating their wedding plans, and I was super excited, thinking possibly they’d want me to travel to Jamaica with them! Unfortunately, they already had a photographer in Jamaica, so they hired me to take photos around town in Easton and later at their reception, which was a lot of fun! We lucked out with weather, it was not as cold as it could’ve been and the snow from multiple blizzards had almost completely melted.

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