It all started with a Facebook message. They wanted to have me shoot their engagement photos, and I couldn't have been happier. Everyone, meet Jess and her husband, Travis. I mean seriously, they're so stinking cute. We were lucky enough to catch the sunset at the perfect time to get some fantastic shots on the … Continue reading The Engagement.
I had the pleasure of interviewing my friend Amanda for my Motherhood series. You might remember her from my previous post, "Hanging Out With A Dental Hygienist." When I decided to start this series I knew I wanted to interview this amazing woman. So without further delay lets jump into this interview! What is … Continue reading Motherhood: Amanda.
Every night before I go to bed I watch a documentary. Tonight was a short Youtube documentary featuring Jack Barkman, a lifestyle photographer. I was intrigued by this so I decided to check out his Instagram page to see more. Needless to say, I was blown away. His style and eye for beauty surrounding us … Continue reading Inspired.
Have you ever set down a memory card and then immediately forget where you set it down? Well, I have, and this time this particular memory card had photos from my recent outing to the Secret Society of Mr.Trashwheel. The event had quite a good turnout to raise money, and awareness for Mr.Trashwheel and all … Continue reading The Secret Society of Mr.Trashwheel.
This Sunday amidst the storms a festival was happening. This festival is Artscape. A wonderful and obviously artsy gathering of food, music, art, and fun for all ages. One of my favorite things were these balloons we passed on our way into the festival. Such pretty colors! This one particular performer was just "golden." (Audience … Continue reading Artscape 2k18.
Today I had the opportunity to photograph the Pride parade in Baltimore. My mentor and I got some great shots, so I'm not going to write too much and just get straight into the images. I hope you enjoy! Can't you just feel the love? This queen was my favorite. YAS! SLAY! I mean seriously, … Continue reading Pride 2018.
Today I went to the parade in D.C for the Caps. I'm not going to claim I know anything about hockey besides that they use a puck. But, it was a monumental occasion because the Capitals won the Stanley Cup! This was also a monumental occasion for me because I HATE large crowds. Like, I'd rather … Continue reading Puck it.
This past week I had the opportunity to interview my friend's mother, Susan. When I decided I wanted to do an interview series on motherhood I immediately wanted to interview her first. She is such a strong and caring person and has raised two amazing daughters, so I had to ask her some questions. So … Continue reading Motherhood: Susan.
Today was the 25th annual Honfest in Hampden. It was my first time going, so I didn't know what to expect. It did not disappoint. The festival started off with some rain. However, that did not keep people from showing up and having a great time at Honfest. Everyone was having such a good time … Continue reading Baltimore Honfest.
Today was the 3rd annual Baltimore Floatilla. A Floatilla is a gathering of vessels, in this case, kayaks and canoes, to publicly support a cause. In this case, the cause is cleaning up the Harbor. The goal is to come together to support the cleanup of the Harbor and bringing awareness to the environmental restoration … Continue reading The Baltimore Floatilla.