The Jockey Hollow Engagement of Grace and John
Morristown, NJ is one of the oldest National parks. In 1933, it became the third historic park added to the National Park Service, but it was the first labeled as a National Historical Park. The over 1,400 acre park incorporates Ford’s Mansion, Jockey Hollow and the site of Fort Nonsense.
Visitors are often encouraged to take advantage of the extensive trails, forests and historical landmarks, and that is what we did with Grace and John for their engagement session.
When discussing the location of the engagement session Grace and John knew exactly where they wanted to go. Jockey Hollow was a location that was not only close to them where they had explore the trails, but it is where Grace’s parents celebrated their 25th Anniversary with a portrait session of their own.