To the Moon and Back – Week 30

Week 30 – yahoo!!! I love this project because it forces me to take pictures of my girls every week. Even if they aren’t mind-blowing pictures, they are still precious memories. This week we are at the beach on vacation in Ocean City, MD. The weather is great. The girls love the water and we are having an awesome time. So much so that I’m posting four pictures instead of my normal two. I’m crazy like that!

You know who’s crazy with a camera? My friend Henderson, NV, photographer Nikki Matthews. Go see what her kids are up to!


Tracy + Joe’s Locust Point Engagement Shoot (baltimore wedding photographer)

I’ve known Tracy for about 5 years – she’s the awesome woman who cuts my hair and my girls’ hair. She’s the sweetest and I consider her a friend. So naturally I was thrilled and honored when Tracy asked me to photograph her wedding in August. Last month we had the most incredible evening for an engagement shoot in their Locust Point neighborhood. Joe is Baltimore City born-and-raised so the Baltimore skyline behind the couple was a natural backdrop. We headed down to Tide Point and the Under Armour headquarters to take some shots on the water. There we also found an awesome Maryland turf flag. A sign that read “Joy” and the image of Ray Lewis on a huge container. We capped the evening off with some roof top pictures at a friend’s house and some Natty Boh’s on their front steps. So Baltimore. So perfect.


Jenni Marton Romano - July 26, 2014 - 4:25 am

Absolutely amazing pictures! You two are absolutely adorable. I love the third picture (on the bridge with the trees above you guys). So happy for you both!

Patricia Raynor - July 26, 2014 - 11:02 am

Tracy and Joe, Megan got some really great shots. I also like the third pic on the bridge with the trees along with the shot sitting on the step. Thanks for sharing.

To the Moon and Back – Week 29

Last week the girls and I went to visit my parents outside Philly. We took at trip to Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library to see the “Downtown Abbey” costume exhibit. It was so cool. I am a huge fan of the show and was so excited. The girls had no idea about the show but though the dresses were so pretty. They had just as much fun as I did. After the exhibit we went into the Enchanted Forest area which is so cool. It includes a fairy ring complete with wooden toadstools and eerie mist. Ryan was creeped out at first but Finley remembered being there before and just dove right in. I think their comfort level shows in their faces.

Now head over to my wonderful friend Ft. Myers Family Photographer Shannon Dodge’s blog to see what her adorable kids are up to!


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Rachael’s Senior Session (maryland senior photographer)

Rachael and I had so many laughs during her Senior Session. We talked about her upcoming prom. Her adorable pup. Her dreams for the future. She was natural and beautiful and charming and I loved taking her picture.  We stayed local and shot around her house using the gorgeous flowering tree right outside her door. Then we headed down to her community dock and shot on the water. A great example of not having to go far and wide to find a great location to shoot.

Good luck Rachael!!





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To the Moon and Back – Week 27

I’ve been so busy that I’ve been neglecting my own children when it comes to the camera. Sometimes when I get super busy taking pictures of other people, the last thing I want to do when I get home is take my camera out again. It grows heavy in my hand and makes my brain weary to think about having to take another photo, to make another decision on exposure, to compose another shot. But when it’s something important like Ryan’s first “dance recital” it’s time to bring out the gear. I love this picture of her right before they started to dance. She looks so confident. So at peace. So ready. She did an amazing job and I hope that she’ll continue with lessons in the fall.

The picture of Fin was a test with my new 50mm, 1.4. My old one kinda stopped focusing and I think I aided in that but using it for free lensing. Anyway, she always has a look for me, even if it’s a look that can kill.

After my two little girls, head over to see what Denver Family Photographer Julie Livermore’s two little boys are up to!




Julie - July 8, 2014 - 11:48 am

Great lifestyle captures–love your dancer’s sweet little face!

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