On a rainy day in Baltimore, Madison and Chuck explored Rawlings Conservatory for their engagement session! These two met through a mutual friend and quickly fell in love. Their love was evident throughout the entire session! I loved photographing these two as their Baltimore engagement photographer.
“We were connected through email by a friend. He lived in NC and I lived in Miami. A friend of mine from years past, who was newly married. thought of me as she was getting to know her husbands’ friends, and one, in particular, stood out. That was Chuck. I thought my friend’s matchmaking idea was off the wall but I gave her my email to share. Chuck emailed me a really great first letter! We corresponded for a couple months until I was in NC on business and he drove 3 hours to have dinner with me.
We hit it off so well, and after a couple more visits between Miami and NC decided to date. He then deployed for 6 months to Okinawa, Japan. The long distance worked for good as we continued to get to know each other through Google Hangout dates and I visited Okinawa halfway through the deployment as well.
In January I moved to NC to end the long distance and in March Chuck asked me to marry him. It was the 1 year anniversary of our first date, he proposed after dinner on a beach nearby… leading me outside after our song started playing in the restaurant, down to a half circle of flowers and candles set up on the sand.”
I was honored to serve Madison and Chuck as their Baltimore engagement photographer at the Rawlings Conservatory. These two are having their wedding this July at the US Naval Academy Chapel and The Governor Calvert House in Annapolis. I can’t wait to capture their wedding story!
Engagement Session by Baltimore Engagement Photographer Kate Ann Photography