Dino & Amy at the Baltimore Museum of Industry

I shot Dino and Amy’s wedding at the Baltimore Museum of Industry alongside the fabulous Jen Lowe in August.  Being the 2nd shooter is such a nice change…a bit less stressful!

I hung out with Dino and the guys at the Hyatt downtown before heading to the BMI for the ceremony and reception. The lobby there is great for photos with all that sunlight pouring in. The stylish young groomsman in the middle is Amy’s younger brother. He’s too old to be a ring-bearer, so he was promoted and handled the responsibility well.
Baltimore Museum of Industry Wedding

It was a gorgeous day for a ceremony under the pavilion by the water.The happy new husband and wife…Amy caught me shooting her from afar while everyone was gathering for the formal portraits. She’s glowing!This was taken about one second after the kids were told that they were done having their photos taken. He’s off to join the cocktail hour in front of the museum.I snuck over for a few side shots through the trees while Jen was doing her thing.  I feel like a stalker sometimes with my long lens!

Dino’s sister and her hubby checking out their self-portrait:Baltimore Museum of Industry WeddingThe flowers really pop against the black, don’t they?
BMI Wedding Photos Baltimore

Neither Amy nor Dino like cake, so they went with a brownie tower.  The brownies smelled amazing and they had an ice cream bar to go along with it.Their entrance and first dance.  I love all the lights around the BMI.Amy’s MOH/BFF giving her toast:BMI Baltimore Museum of Industry WeddingThe father-daughter and mother-son dances with some fun flare action!

Baltimore Wedding PhotographersEvan Reitmeyer of MyDeejay kept the crowd going all night.  Random fun fact:  Evan and I went to high school together!Baltimore Wedding Photographers

A fisheye shot of the museum front after dark:

Congrats to Dino and Amy and thanks to Jen for taking me along!

by Jill

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Jen No, THANK YOU! It was great working with you and I love your shots!! We must do it more often!

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