Join us the first three Saturdays in December at the Mount Hope Tree Farm. We can’t wait to see all of your smiling faces!!!
I can't wait to see all of you again!
I've had the pleasure of photographing Bri since she was two years old. I'll never forget chasing her around, as she giggled with joy. She still loves to be chased and tickled, even at 6 years old.
She is the ultimate girly girl. The makeup, hair, nails, dresses, jewelry, she loves it all! But this girly girl also likes to get dirty and run free. In fact, she left our session with muddy pink shorts lol.
Bri is active in the Pageant world, and loves to ride horses in her spare time. At 6 years old she is so sweet, and so kind. She gives the biggest hugs, and brightens everyones day. I look forward to our next session together!
I first met Trent as a tween, and now it's hard to believe he is about to start his senior year in High School. Time really flies!
After our session was rescheduled 3 times because of rain, we finally met in Frederick, MD for his senior portrait. Trent chose Market Street as the location for his shoot, and I can see why. It's cool and interesting, just like him.
I hope you have a wonderful senior year. Good luck with your future college endeavors, and keep on keeping on!
This year I invested in the most beautiful location to photograph my family portraits. Surreybrooke is located in Middletown, MD, between Hagerstown, and Frederick. It truly is a magnificent garden that blooms from March to November.
These twin girls had the best time running the property, and exploring every nook and cranny. This lovely family portrait was captured by Surreybrooke's only pond resting next to a huge weeping willow tree.
Penelope loved the pink flowers, as well as toddling along the beautiful pathways. Mom and Dad were always close by loving the sheer joy on their daughters face. Photographing children is one of my very favorite things, and these photos truly express that.
Occasionally I hand over the camera to run in for the tickle bomb. This little guy couldn't get enough! I live for these moments. Tina captured this wonderful image at the perfect time. As the sun began to set we played in the grass together talking about what a great time we had together.