Kristina and Al

It’s always nerve wracking seeing rain in the forecast the day of any session, especially when it’s looking a little stormy an hour before a session!  Kristina was such a sweetheart and put all her trust in me to make the magic happen for her and Al. So of course, before the session I ran to Target and got a few clear umbrellas “just in case”.

When we showed up, the skies were so so dark but thank goodness no rain! I thought we were good. We walked back into the fields and started shooting and it was going amazing! The cloudy sky made the perfect lighting! About 20 minutes into the session, it starts raining and (unbelievably) HAILING! And, naturally, guess where i left the umbrellas…? IN THE CAR! So here i am sprinting back to the car to get the umbrellas and by the time i get there, the rain stops! It was nuts! But thank goodness it stopped because the magic was unreal!

These two lovebirds met about a year and a half ago at the hospital where Kristina works. Al came in with a critical patient and it was love at first sight! They have such a connection that glows and radiates when they are together which makes my job so much easier! they are so in love and they are both beautiful inside and out!

Their session was nothing short of amazing! Chapel Point State Park is one of my most favorite locations for sessions and i was so happy Kristina and Al drove down to Charles County for their session. I come here any chance i get with clients and with my doggo’s. They absolutely were rockstars, sticking it out through the rain, cold, and wind on the beach! They learned so quickly and had a blast doing it! When it comes to wedding day, they are going to be ready 100%.

I am SO excited for their beach themed wedding this October and i’m so blessed that they chose me to capture their special day for them! I can’t wait!

Much Love,



March 17, 2020

An Overcast Chapel Point Engagement