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Katie & Billy's Richmond Wedding

Richmond Wedding Photographers

Weddings / 2017 . 07 . 18

It was a scenic drive to Richmond from my home in Baltimore. A three hour stretch coming in and out of cities and farms. There was a long narrow road when my GPS let me know I had arrived. Timidly, I drove a half mile up a dirt road with cows on either side.

But at the end was a bit of a marvel. Katie and Billy had a circus tent set up for guests to nestle under as the sun began to sat. The place settings were peppered with ombre dipped invitations, dye dipped cloth napkins at the tables, and there was eucalyptus falling all over the tent in a rather glamorous way. When guests began to arrive in droves, a ceremony played out, in between a row of giant trees. There were flower crowns, reds and golds, and calligraphy stones as place settings. The DJ played vinyl the entire night and this is how it happened.

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Chris & Brian

Gay Wedding Photographers DC

Weddings / 2017 . 06 . 27

Brian & Chris are on a row team in DC which meant I spent a lot of the session asking about the people I only knew as the figures rowing in boats around DC at ungodly hours of the morning who make me feel lazy. I still can’t remember if it’s called boating or kayaking or rowing, but they indulged my questions and for a morning, I felt like an expert. They’re two lovely men who were kind enough to meet me for a sunrise session, share their love of the sport with me, and we ended their engagement session at a coffee house with funny mugs, colorful walls, and lots of laughs.

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Wedding at Camp Puh'Tok

Camp Puh’Tok Wedding Pictures

Weddings / 2017 . 05 . 23

Once, there was a sun-spotted field and in this field, they set up a tent and chairs. This is where Katie and Emmanuel were married, after a morning of swimming int he sunlight. Guests all joined them in the grassy field to watch them marry and as the ceremony progressed, the shadows climb the trees behind Katie and Emmanuel until the sunlight wasn’t visible anymore. Sometime later, when the sky darkened, the lights inside the tent kept the traditional Greek dancer illuminated, while guests weaved through tables to the desserts lit by table lamps. This is how their wedding at Camp Puh’Tok went.