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Joe Flacco Meet and Eat

Joe Flacco Meet and Eat

I had no idea who I was photographing until a few days before the event. This private party was for forty lucky guests who got to ask Joe Flacco questions, have their photo taken with the star quarterback for the Baltimore Ravens and have him sign their jerseys. One guest walked away with a signature neck tie!

New Portraits for Ride Entertainment

Two locations, several different settings, natural and artificial light. That’s what I was working with to give the members of Ride Entertainment new and updated head shots for their website. I still have two more to go but I think they turned out pretty well. I’d work with this team.

2017 Engagement Sessions

2017 Engagement Sessions

I had some really awesome engagement sessions in 2017.  Not only did these couples choose fun locations but they were willing to indulge my random suggestions and questionable ideas. I can't wait to see what their weddings have in store this year.

All weddings and engagement sessions will now be featured on our sister site celebratethereal.com. Check it out!

Scott Pennington: Two-Minute Joys at Maryland Art Place

Scott Pennington: Two-Minute Joys at Maryland Art Place

I love it when people tell me just to do what I do best. What I do best is look at things in new ways, see angles no one else sees, and find the places light falls and shoot those spaces. I've photographed Scott's work several times now and it's always a fascinating study of moving color and light. I'm absolutely mesmerized buy his sculptures and could spend hours staring at them. Honestly my images do not do them justice as they are better experienced in person.

Barcoding, Inc. Executive Forum

Barcoding, Inc. Executive Forum

Believe it or not, I have never worked an event at M&T Bank Stadium. So when Barcoding, Inc. contracted me to photograph their annual Executive Forum I knew I'd be bringing all of my equipment to the event.  The space looks super cool but has so many different types of lighting going on (daylight, tungsten light, neon light...no light) it was kind of challenging to figure out which lighting option worked in each scenario. I think I used every type of configuration available to me...and a lot of batteries.