Check out some photos of a cake smash and family portraitsRead More
Check out Kara's graduation pictures out on the mall.Read More
I was lucky enough to get tickets to the Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors exhibit at the #Hirshorn Museum and my friend Shelbie came along, too. I usually don't take my camera to museums, as I find I don't enjoy the artwork as much when I'm thinking about photos. But I'm glad I took my camera to this exhibit, and if you aren't able to make the trip, hopefully this gives you a satisfactory glimpse!
Check out photos of hip hop artist, Earl.Read More
Check out the Presby boys.Read More
Check out the Chaggaris Family photos here.Read More
Yesterday evening I was on my way home from a shoot in Virginia and I saw the moon through the metro window. It looked huge!!! So I hopped out of the metro, took an Uber to the Iwo Jima Memorial and set up my camera. A little earlier and the moon would have been a bit more orange and looked a bit larger closer the horizon, but I'm happy to have caught it where I did. It was so bright that I went and looked it up later, and it's called the Hunter's moon. This is because the brightness allows for hunters to hunt later into the night, with their pray lit up by the moon. This was my first good close-up of the moon so I'm pretty stoked about it! Not to mention the weather was perfect - I was in shorts and a sweater. This picture in particular is cool with the airplane in it. As you can see it's a bit of a long exposure, but the moon was so bright that any longer of an exposure and the picture was too bright, and any shorter you wouldn't see the city!
A couple weekends ago I had the pleasure of photographing Steven's proposal to Brooke down by the canal in Georgetown. The weather was perfect and Steven's timing was impeccable! He told me he'd walk by Baked and Wired at 8:30am, and he and Brooke walked by right on the dot. The proposal went perfectly and I'm so happy I was able to capture it!