So at the ripe age of 31, I’ve decided to train for a Half Marathon. In the past 31 years, I have never exceeded 5 miles of straight running. Last time I ran 5 miles was while on the 6th grade Saint Elizabeth’s Varsity Cross Country Team…instead of the typical celebratory chanting at the finish line, there was dry heaving and throwing up. haha. Why start now? It’s a combination of combating the “Once you turn 30 it’s all down hill”, embracing a more healthy lifestyle and the personal challenge. Since mid-December I’ve logged over 123 miles and am on target to complete those daunting 13.1 mile Half Marathon!
My journal highlights my personal and professional adventures as a full-time wedding photojournalist! I absolutely love being a wedding photographer! My "job" is to hang out with awesome couples on the biggest day of their lives! Throughout my career I've photographed city weddings with 300 guests and small intimate Riu Ochos Rios Jamaica destination weddings with about 30 guests! My wedding photography studio is based out of Lewes Delaware, although I've traveled all over the world including Kingston Jamaica and Montego Bay Jamaica to photograph two events with Prince Charles!!!
So if you want to hang out on your wedding day, please drop me a line...even if you don't have a date set, wedding reception site picked or even if there is no fat rock on your finger! ;)
Finally it was Meg and Jamie’s big day. Knew this was wedding was gonna rock. Not sure if it was because of the extremely long and hilarious first email Meg sent me, or the fun Rehoboth Beach Engagement pictures or the continuous sarcasm and bantering between Meg and I! Haha.
I met up with Meg and her girls at the Hotel Dupont to start the day. There was music, dancing, booze and WaWa subs. Ummmm…could it get any better than that? Well the answer is yes. :)
Dad shows up with WaWa subs. Mmmmmm.
The girls busted out some sweet moves.
Proud mom looks on…
Was sooooo excited to finally shoot their Winterthur wedding pictures! Love that venue and this was my first time at Winterthur wedding!
And a perfect high five to end the night!
So it’s that time again. Time to travel. Time to leave my family and friends behind, continuing to navigate my way through the crazy thing we call the wedding industry. This time I’ll be heading down to New Orleans for Pictage’s ParnterCon for four days. New Orleans has never let me down in the past…and I expect to have a blast again!