A few weeks ago, I had the priviledge to shoot Jessica and Justin’s wedding in Conshohocken.
The ceremony was so sweet. All three of their boys were ring bearers with the youngest being pulled in the wagon.
Jessica warned me a head of time that their first dance was going to be different and to be prepared…. It was fantastic! You can check it out HERE!
Thank you both for allowing me to photograph this special day!!
I went to high school with Tracy and Dani. They asked me a while ago if I would shoot their family portraits for their Mother’s birthday. I was so excited to do this since I haven’t seen either of them in years!
When Camp Can Do rolls around every year, I look so forward to it! Camp Can Do is a camp where kids come who have had or have cancer. It is a place where they can be around others who have gone through what they have, and support others like them.
This year I was able to shoot for Flashes of Hope 2 weeks in a row at camp. Here are just a few from week one. Please visit Flashes of Hope to learn more about what we do, see more amazing images or to make a donation to help us continue our quest…
” Photographing every child, till every child is cured”
Last night I met Alison for her senior session. I knew it was going to be a great shoot when she said she was so excited to see these! She has gorgeous green eyes that changed color with what she wore. Crazy! Here are just a few!
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Deanna emailed me and asked if I could photograph her family since this was one of the only times they would all be together since they were coming in from other countries and states. I said absolutely…how many? 17…. Whaaat?? It was a breeze! No lie!
The kids were complete hams when the camera was on them! Enjoy!
My dear friend Kris asked me to shoot her brothers wedding in Maine last weekend since she was standing up with her brother. I was thrilled to do it. They had the ceremony and reception at the Coveside B+B in Georgetown Maine. As I came up the drive way, the view literally took my breath away! Throughout the day, it kept changing with the tide going out and the fog rolling in. Amazing!
Rachel and Nick kept everything really simple, yet elegant. Dinner was a little messy, but what do you expect eating Lobster! This was my first time in Maine and eating a whole Lobster, so Kris showed me the right way to do it. I wish you could have seen my face…
Thank you so much for allowing me to capture this day! It was my pleasure! Good luck in Taiwan!