My first experience with Adorkable Photography was Otakon 2011, and it was a two-fer (one "group", one solo), so I feel like I got a good handle on what she can do. The first shoot - a friend and I doing a pair of our favorite Pokemon - was a lot of fun, and she was more than happy to indulge us while we climbed on a brightly colored pile of modern art, splashed in a fountain, and climbed a small tree.
Later that same day, she did a solo shoot with me - one that I was embarrassingly late to because the costume change was not as fast as I thought it would be!! But she handled my apologies very professionally, and as we walked to the site, I got a chance to talk to her. She knows her materials, has great experience with lighting/lenses and setting up shots if you don't quite know what you want (though, as with any photographer, it does help if you have at least SOME idea of how you want your pics to look!). In my case, I knew I wanted some kind of tough industrial setting, but don't know Baltimore very well - she found a parking lot stairwell that had the right "emo vibe", and was next to a fenced-off shut-down cinema, and she got 16 outstanding pictures of me - as well as one on my own iPhone so I could show my family at home - in only 7 minutes of shooting. (Your mileage may vary as far as speed; more people means more setup time, and I have done both modeling and photography myself so I know how to pose)
I would not hesitate to work with her again, either as a model/client or as a fellow photographer!
(And if you'd like to see the pics of my shoots, they're on her Facebook fan page - the "Plusle and Minun" and "Darkrai" collections)