Archive for August, 2010
Now that Erica and Patrick have officially walked down the aisle, it’s save (I assume?) to show off her beautiful bridal session. Erica chose the always lovely, always blooming, grounds of Agecroft Hall. I think we can agree that her stunning dress was a perfect match for the Elizabethan flavor (it is, after all, the home for Shakespeare’s festival in Richmond) of Agecroft. Enjoy!
Washington, D.C. is easily one of my favorite cities in the world. For such a busy and crowded city, I’m always amazed by how little I feel hurried when I’m walking through it mid-day. Also, it has some of the best architecture and public spaces you can find without a flight across the Atlantic. So, when Jenny called to ask if I’d like to photograph their engagement session there I was thrilled. From Eastern Market to Adams-Morgan and everything in-between, I could shoot for 2 days straight and not run out of backgrounds and fun things to interact with. The three of us had a blast and I even found a new angle to the Capitol I’d never quite seen. Definitely a good day. Enjoy!
Ahh…back in to the swing of thing after a HUGE hiatus from blog posts. Something about the birth of a new child will do that to you 🙂 The images galleries for Vivian will be coming soon enough, but for now I wanted to share the lovely Kelly McNeil with you. She was married here in Richmond on July 24th and we were fortunate enough to be asked to photograph her bridal portraits. The lovely Jefferson Hotel was the backdrop, always a great idea, and I think you can agree the dress was gorgeous. Enjoy!