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Terrain in Glen Mills, PA is such an incredible location for an elopement or intimate wedding ceremony. After photography a wedding there in the spring, it was so fun to come back in the fall and see how it showcased all the gorgeous colors and feelings of the season.

Terrain Glen Mills PA- Fall Intimate Wedding


“We’re most excited to finally be married and call each other, “wife.” With 2020 being such a crazy and disappointing year, we’re just excited to have a happy, intimate moment with each other.

We decided to kind of have a cozy, camping theme for our small wedding. “

Intimate Micro Wedding- Patapsco Female Institute

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An intimate backyard elopement with just the couples’ immediate family and brand new puppy as witnesses. Emily + DJ decided to cancel their big wedding during COVID and instead celebrated at their new home in a beautiful, intimate way.

Intimate Elopement During Pandemic

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Like many couples in 2020, Polly + Anthony had to make the tough decision to downsize their wedding to an intimate ceremony to keep their guests safe during the pandemic.

Backyard Elopement During COVID


Meg + Kate Engagement Story Oh man, I have so much love for these two and had so much fun getting to know them and document their love during their engagement session.  Kate + Megan are two incredible women that have such big hearts for others, their adorable pups, and most importantly each other.  They […]

Baltimore Distillery Engagement Session

Baltimore Engagement Session Old Line Distillery

A fun engagement session in the chic industrial area of Clipper Mill in Hampden, Baltimore just outside of Woodberry Kitchen. I met Grace + Chris right outside of their cool apartment in downtown Baltimore and got to take some engagement photos with them and their rescue pup.

Clipper Mill Baltimore Industrial Engagement

Clipper Mill Baltimore Industrial Engagement Session