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Corinna and Andy's Washington D.C. Wedding - Ceremony at All Souls Church, Reception at Decatur House, March 2013. Photography by Vita Images.

Corinna & Andy’s Washington D.C. Wedding at All Souls Church / Decatur House

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A wedding is supposed to bring two people and their families together to become one. From that day. they continue to share memories, laughter, tears, and every occasion they’re able. No one knows this more than the families of Corinna and Andy, whose sets of parents have been together a combined total of 100 years.

Corinna and Andy, met three years ago using “It’s Just Lunch”, a personalized matchmaking and dating service, were wed at the end of March at All Souls Church in Washington, DC. Their intimate wedding carried the color blue in different variations throughout both the ceremony and reception at the Decatur House, also in Washington, DC.

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Amra and Renzo’s Gainesville Wedding at Heritage Hunt Country Club

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A pristine and glamorous ballgown, horse and carriage, dancing the night away, and of course, Prince Charming. Every girl dreams of being a princess on her wedding day. Amra looked every bit the part. And her prince, Renzo, would agree. It turns out fairy tales were made to come true.

And, just like in those tales, Amra and Renzo had their own obstacle to overcome at their wedding. The wind just did not want to cooperate that day, and with an outdoor ceremony at the beautiful Heritage Hunt Golf and Country Club, you can imagine the amount of angst and concern this would cause.

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Jane Hampton Cook’s Portraits for “American Phoenix”

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I had the distinct pleasure of working with Jane Hampton Cook while we both served in the Executive Office of the President at the White House under George W. Bush. Our offices were directly across from each other and since we are both from the deep South – Jane is from Texas and I am a Mississippi girl – it wasn’t long before we became close friends.
Jane’s gone on to become a media commentator, public speaker, and award-winning author, and I was pleased she asked me to take her portrait for her latest book about John Quincy Adams and the War of 1812, “American Phoenix.”

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