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Before I am a photographer, I am a daughter, a sister, an auntie, a friend. Maybe that's why I cry during every father daughter dance. I laugh at every toast. I well up when an Officiant pronounces a couple husband and wife. I buzz with joy chasing children around the playground. I feel awe when a newborn's tiny hand clutches my pinky finger. I draw from the emotions I have experienced through my own life's most precious moments to know when and how to capture those of others, and I usually can't help feeling overwhelmed myself! The emotional rush I feel when I'm behind the camera is what makes me love what I do. The joy I bring others through photography is what makes me do what I love.

Sunday, June 29, 2008

Bhavna & Corey :: Engaged!





I have known Bhavna and Corey for several years. I met them through one of my oldest friends, Sharon. Even though we grew up in Ohio, Sharon and I both ended up in the DC area.

I was of course overjoyed when I heard Bhavna and Corey were engaged. And even more honored and thrilled that they chose me to be their wedding photographer. Last Thursday, we headed out for their engagement session. We started in Georgetown at Montrose Park and Dumbarton Oaks. Then we headed down to the Jefferson Monument.










Bhavna & Corey will be married Labor Day weekend in Saratoga, California at the Mountain Winery. It will be a 3 day affair, full of both Hindu and Christian traditions to honor both of their heritages.





































7 comments:

Patricia Stein said...

Hey! Great work Jessica. I love the DC landmarks in the background.

You're new blog is cool, great work. I'm going to check out the rest.

Best regards,
Patricia

Sarah Hodzic said...

cute cute CUTE!!!!

Jessamyn Harris said...

very cute! jess, will you let me know if you need a second shooter on this wedding? saratoga's a bit far for me, and labor day weekend can be crazy... but they're adorable, and I've been dying to photograph an Indian wedding (or part of one). Maybe it couldwork?

Mark W. said...

Nice shots Jessica! Lovin' the last one!

Jenae Weinbrenner said...

What fantastic Light!
Just love your blog..

shawnreeder said...

These are really beautiful Jess. Love the Black and White, and the shot 2 shots after that, and then a few later on. Great work!

I Love that song to. So glad you got that one.

Hope you're well!

Everlasting Images said...

oooo....I envy you. I love DC and you have the fortunate luck of being able to use those awesome landmarks in your work. All I have are cornfields.

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