Katie and Boomer

This was one of the most challenging weddings that I’ve had in quite some time. The weather forecast was calling for showers all day with no signs of stopping. On top of that, I had broken a few bones in my hand/wrist about 3 days prior to this. I ripped my cast off and wrapped my hand as good as I could and still be able to hold a camera. The day moved so fast that I didn’t really have much time to think about how horrible my hand was hurting. If by some miracle or maybe the Rain Gods taking pity on me, the weather looked like it was going to clear for about 25 minutes. After we did the first look, we decided to take a chance and head to Historic New Castle, DE. It was about 5 minutes from the venue and I had found some pretty great spots the week prior. The weather managed to hold out just long enough for us to finish shooting. Once we hopped back in our cars and got back to the hotel, the rain broke loose again and it poured the rest of the evening. The rest of the night went pretty well despite smacking my hand a few times.


Susan and Tony

This wedding took place at the beautiful Swan Harbor in Havre De Grace, MD. My main concern throughout the day was the impending thunderstorm that was bearing down on us. The ceremony was set to take place outside and I was also concerned about it starting to rain before we did their “first look” and had formals completed. I found so many awesome areas so I was really pumped on the location. I checked the radar on my phone and saw the huge green band heading our way. We decided to change up the schedule slightly and we managed to get everything knocked out right before the rain hit us. The guests took shelter inside of the carriage house and we waited for the rain to pass. After getting all of the chairs wiped down, the ceremony proceeded and the weather decided to hold out just long enough for everyone to make their way into the reception tent. We had nonstop thunderstorms the rest of the evening. The tent was hot, humid, and flooded, but that didn’t stop anyone from enjoying the rest of the night. Certainly a day to remember.



Brooke and Brian

We spent the day at Coomber Hall at Mcmillen Farm in Herndon, VA. The venue was very unique and super rustic. The bride got ready in an old ballet studio while the guys played cornhole in a room across the hall. Venues like this are right up my alley. There was a ton of awesome texture, old barns, and great big trees with all sorts of character.