Christy and Juan were married at their Swan Harbor Farm wedding in Havre de Grace, MD. This place is beautiful!!! I brought my buddy Clark to shoot with me, but we didn’t even have enough time to go all around the grouds for photos, there are so many cool spots. These two are a lot of fun. Juan is from Peru, so they wanted to add some Peruvian flavor into the wedding, in both the food and the music. It was refreshing to hear songs other than YMCA, Cupid Shuffle etc…and also awesome to hear Jay Z’s Young Forever at the end! A little rain didn’t bother these two, they had a great time, as did I!
Stephanie is an old high school friend and I knew her wedding would be fun. What I didn’t know was we wouldn’t want to leave because we were having SO much fun. Nicole and I shot this wedding together way outside of Cambridge, MD on the Chesapeake Bay. It was a bit hot (although looking back now, it wasn’t hot AT ALL compared to some days this summer) but the sunset made up for it later. The music was good and the beer truck didn’t run out… I love dancing and taking photos at the same time!
Technically I was a guest at my boyfriend’s brother’s Baltimore Basilica, Mt. Vernon wedding, but me being me, I had to take some photos! It was the first wedding I’d attended in three years, where I wasn’t shooting, so I was wondering just what I was going to do with myself! I tried to limit using my good camera and used my little point and shoot for most of the day. I did break out the 5D for some parts, here are some of my favorite shots
Joe and Liz’s wedding was the first “full blown” wedding of 2010. The first two were small and/or not a full day of shooting. Their wedding day began at the Marriott Harbor East in Baltimore, then to Patterson Park for the ceremony and then back to the Marriott again for the reception. I brought my good photographer friend Nicole along with me to second shoot (and drive!). I was a bit stressed about my car and traffic, so we left extra early to make sure we’d arrive on time! Everything went very well, as it always does, and in the end there was nothing to stress about!
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.