Taylor’s Annapolis Senior Session (annapolis senior photographer)

Meet Taylor – Arundel High School Class of 2015 and one of my awesome senior reps. She is just a natural in front of the camera – so at ease and exuding confidence.  We shot all over Downtown Annapolis and literally shot until the rain came in. She is an absolute pleasure to work with and she’s looking forward to attending college next year. Good luck Taylor!!!


Jody + Dean’s Centennial Park Wedding (maryland wedding photographer)

I can’t believe I’m just getting around to blogging this intimate summer wedding! Jody & Dean eloped earlier in the year and waited until summer to have a small ceremony and with reception with close family and friends. It was a true do-it-yourself inspired by the ocean and the colors blue and orange. The incredible flowers including bouquets, table arrangements and boutonnieres were made by the brides incredibly talented friend  Melissa who owns Studio H Floral Design in Annapolis. Another friend acted as both officiant and cupcake maker while another friend did the bride’s hair and make-up. It was truly a group effort and the result was just beautiful. Such a fun day!!! Thanks for letting me be a part of it!

Venue: Centennial Park, Pavilion D

Flowers: Studio H Floral Design

Make-Up and Hair: Tiffany Williams





Haley’s Senior Session (maryland senior photographer)

Since today is this gorgeous girl’s birthday, I thought it was the perfect time to blog her senior session! Haley is a senior at South River High School in Edgewater, MD. She is sweet and smart and beautiful inside and out.  Not to mention really, REALLY tall.  We had such a great time in downtown Annapolis during her shoot. We walked around and enjoyed the weather. Changed outfits a few times. Got coffee.  And even found a few Naval Academy Midshipmen who posed for a picture. As the book that she’s reading implies, “You’re going places, girl.” Happy Birthday and Good Luck!!



To the Moon and Back – Week 37

I never get tired of watching my girls ride or of taking their picture during lessons. They love the gentle giants that they ride. It’s amazing how two such little girls can put so much trust and faith in such a big creature. They have no fear, only excitement. It really makes my heart swell every time I see them ride. And I’ll admit, I’m jealous. I want to ride. I want to feel what my girls feel when they ride – exhilarated and excited. I’d love to have a different angle, a different perspective to see things. Maybe someday, but for now, I’ll live vicariously through them and my camera.

Now go and visit my friend Lisa Tarplee Photography to see what her kids are up to!


Carrie Terrones - September 16, 2014 - 6:39 pm

Do It! You will love riding…just think of the different perspectives you’ll get with your camera :D. Gorgeous images, as usual! xo

To the Moon and Back | Week 35

It’s the most wonderful time of the year!!! No, I’m not talking about Christmas, I’m talking about back-to-school! And this year both my girls are in school – Finley in 3rd and Ryan started kindergarten. My days are free!! Hooray! Can I get an amen?? And the best part is these girls are excited. They are excited to see friends and make new ones. They are excited to learn and play. And because they were excited, it was hard for mommy to be upset that I don’t have them all to myself anymore. No tears, not mine or the girls, on the first day of school. Just smiles.

Now head over to my friend Las Vegas Photographer Nikki Matthews’s kids are upis up to!



Julie - September 3, 2014 - 10:28 am

I can feel the excitement in these! Love the perspective of the second shot!

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