Kris and Q are married! On October 1, these two said “I do” and became Mr + Mrs Clarke. I was so honored to get to photograph their big day along with Grace Eisenhauer. This wedding was unique in a number of ways. So special, because the groom is one of my best friends from high school. I spent the morning with the groom (instead of the bride or both of them, like usual) while the men prepared for wedding day. The ceremony challenged me, because the house rules dictated that I stayed seated while photographing the ceremony. The church was absolutely beautiful, and so was the ceremony! Quenton and Krystal chose to serve each of their guests communion. After the ceremony in Poolesville, we headed over to the gorgeous P. B. Dye Golf Club in Ijamsville for some portraits and a reception full of dancing + laughter! Thank you again, Krys + Q, for letting me be a part of your big day! And thanks for being part of mine too 😉 October weddings are the best!
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Jo Mahaney is a professional photographer of PhotographyByJo.net based in Staunton, Virginia, specializing in wedding photography. With over eight years of experience, Jo is dedicated to creating effortless, joyful imagery that authentically captures the essence of each couple’s unique love story. She is known for her ability to create meaningful galleries filled with emotion and personal narratives. Jo is not just a photographer; she is an active supporter of her clients, providing resources and guidance to ensure a stress-free experience. From the initial inquiry call to the wedding day, Jo is transparent, open, and ready to get to know her clients to provide the best service possible. Her commitment to her craft and her clients is evident in the glowing testimonials she has received. Jo’s work extends beyond Staunton, covering areas such as Harrisonburg, Charlottesville, Lexington, Roanoke, and Richmond. She has also had the privilege of photographing weddings in various locations, including the Outerbanks, DC, Maryland, Pennsylvania, North and South Carolina, and even Spain.