In between the incredibly hot days and traveling, I’ve been lucky enough to get in a few engagement sessions here at home in Washington DC. A few weeks ago I met Thomas & Chelsea who were my first Georgetown Engagement session.
Thomas & Chelsea’s engagement session was actually a surprise! Their uncle, Billy, a photographer himself is a friend of mine. After a few conversations with Billy, he said he wanted to get Thomas & Chelsea a gift, an engagement session with me! He didn’t want to just pay or it, he wanted to make it fun! What a cool idea!
We planned for me to be walking around in Georgetown while Billy, Thomas and Chelsea were on their own adventure, and Billy was taking their photos. Then when they were nearby, Billy approached me like a stranger and said “Sir, do you shoot around here often?”, “would you mind taking a few photos of my niece and nephew in law?”. Then he told Thomas & Chelsea their session would actually be with me. They were kind of surprised, because honestly, I’m nobody special (I really could just be a stranger in Georgetown), but they were good sports and we had a great engagement session.
We walked around the Georgetown waterfront, past my favorite District Doughnut, did an outfit change, and ended up under the bridge near Gypsy Sally’s. I loved this fun idea and Thomas & Chelsea were naturals. Here are a few of my favorite images from Thomas & Chelsea’s Georgetown Engagement session in Washington DC.
Thanks “Uncle: Billy!
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