Tell me what you think of these images of my kids. I saw an article in JPG magazine about shooting through the viewfinder of another camera, and thought I wanted to give it a try. I want to try it a few more times, so this is just the beginning. I sorta like how these...
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Searching for your passion and true calling is part of life's journey. When you find it, it's as if the flood water gates opened at full strength and you have no choice but to follow it. This is exactly what happened to Jennifer. She was a photojournalist searching for her passion and found it documenting wedding events. And she has never looked back.
Compelling, classy and uncomplicated are three words to describe Jennifer's style. She allows the true vision of the couple to show through the images and the sheer beauty of the event speak for itself. Jennifer is a quiet documentarian, searching for story-telling moments as they unfold naturally. Her goal is to create elegant & timeless images that tell your wedding story in a way your soul can connect with years from now.
Her work has been published many times in magazines and on blogs including: Washingtonian, Baltimore Bride, The Knot, Brides Magazine, Bride and Bloom, Southern Weddings, Style Me Pretty, District Weddings and Charm City Bride.
Jennifer lives with her husband and three boys in Columbia, Md.
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