Washington DC Engagement Session. Where to begin with this session…We can talk about the crazy story on how they met, or the three outfit changes, or the fact that they chose 3 locations. Let’s start with how the met. They both got run over and sent to the same hospital. Talk about coincidence! They started dating, and now they are getting married! It’s amazing how you can still meet the love of your life on the street, by chance. It’s going to be a great story to tell their future generations. Secondly, the 3 outfit changes. When Valerie told me she wanted 3 outfits, I said sure, why not? I’m glad we pulled it off, because each one went perfect with the places we shot at. The first outfit was a vintage soft pink long dress with a beaded v-neck, and she wore it at Dumbarton Oaks, which has banned engagements for a while now, but we decided to risk it. I got 35 good photos there, before they asked us to leave (but I’d do it again in a heartbeat). Next was the waterfront at Georgetown. Brown blouse with white hearts, very girly girly, and the shoes with the bow, adorable! The last stop was the John F. Kennedy Center of Performing arts. She wore a showstopping neon pink off the shoulders little dress, and it looked amazing on her. The contrast between the white blocks and her dress led to awesome modern photos. I’m so psyched they chose me to photograph their session. Oh, and take a look at the ring… it was custom made, designed by Valerie herself. Simply stunning! I had a ton of fun shooting this session, and it looks like they did too. Enjoy!