Tag Archives: Southern Maryland

Slack Wines at Woodlawn Estate Wedding – SOMD Wedding

Back in September of 2016, I had the pleasure of being the second photographer at this beautiful Slack Wines at Woodlawn Estate weddingView full post »

Barns of Calvert County – Photo a Day Project: March

I’m a little behind on blogging my barns, so as I type this (at the end of April!) March is a little bit of a blur. I’m sure,View full post »

Barns of Calvert County – Photo a Day Project: February

Completion of February means I’ve shot eight full months of Barns of Calvert County, kinda amazing that I’ve made this work forView full post »

Southern Maryland Barns – Barns of Calvert: January

January has come and gone, I’m well into February and a bit behind on blogging but not on shooting! So many ideas for these imagesView full post »

Calvert County Photographers – Barns of Calvert: December

Well, it’s several days into December, already and I’m still keeping up with my daily barnings! As I sit here, after just goingView full post »

Jefferson Patterson Park Photos: Samantha + Paul’s Engagement Session

After two rain reschedules and lots of planning, I’m so happy that Samantha and Paul’s Jefferson Patterson Park engagementView full post »

Calvert County Photographer: Barns of Calvert Personal Project – August

This is my second month of my year-long personal project. The initial inspiration for this project is below but as I can now say, a monthView full post »

Personal Post: Summer Photo Shoot with my Doggies! Calvert County Photographer

Everyone knows how much I love my doggies! Banjo is the newest addition to our family and at this point in time he’s already a littleView full post »

Calvert County Photographer: Barns of Calvert Personal Project: July 2015

I started thinking about this recently, when I asked myself the question: what do I love about this area that I now call home?  In otherView full post »

Southern Maryland Wedding Venues – pt I – Dunks Photo Tour

I’m not going to lie – I’m new(ish) to Southern Maryland. After spending a large part of my life in the DC suburbs,View full post »