Erica, Joe and I had never met face to face until Sunday morning. Well, that’s kind of not true. I guess we had seen each other’s faces before during our Skype meeting…so I should say that we had never really seen each other’s faces and bodies together….that would be more accurate. Anyway, we met early on Sunday morning at Historic Rittenhouse Town along Lincoln Drive in Fairmount Park. It was a gorgeous, warm spring morning and we took our time walking along the Forbidden Drive even finding an incredible “secret” spot down by the creek. You guys, it was a pleasure to finally really meet you. I am looking forward to your wedding at The Horticultural Center in the fall. Enjoy your engagement photos.
We now offer ON-SITE PRINTING!
We will create your choice of a photo strip or 4×6 print customized with your names and wedding date.
These prints are great for guests to take home as a wedding favor!
We also have the unique ability to let your guests share their photos to Facebook right from our booth!
And yes, we can provide props if that is something that you feel would be a good fit for your day too.
This is an open air photo booth that can be set-up in a corner of your reception for guests to stop in as many times as they would like throughout the evening. There is no cumbersome black box in a corner with a dark curtain separating your reception from the guests inside the booth.
Our photo booth is intended to compliment your reception, not take away from it.
The photos taken in our photo booth will be included in your proof images after the wedding…..you will get every one of them!
Take a look at the short video in the following link to get an idea of how much fun a photo booth can provide at your wedding.
Call or e-mail me to add a photo booth to your wedding!
Quinn recently celebrated her very first birthday with family and friends in Philadelphia. Her parents invited me along to capture all of the festivities. Quinn’s dad is a graphic designer and he put together all of these incredible details himself. This party was beautiful and perfectly executed with the exception of just one broken window :) And it was topped of by one of the messiest cake destructions that I have had the privilege to be a part of…..just as any 1st birthday party should be. Happy birthday Quinn! Thank you for sharing your special celebration with me. Enjoy your photos.
In January I had the pleasure of heading down to New Orleans to photograph the wedding of one of my closets friends, Jon to his lovely (now) wife, Jill. Jon and I have been brothers since we first met on a shared dorm floor our freshman year at Syracuse university two decades ago. We have lived together, spent vacations together,”written” and shot movies together and on and on and on. We are tight. As cliche as it sounds, I have honestly never seen Jon happier than he has been since he and Jill have been together. Their French Quarter wedding in Jackson Square in New Orleans was a beautiful culmination of an incredible wedding weekend spent eating, drinking and dancing with friends and family. I could go on and on an on about how much I loved this wedding, how much I love these two and how much fun this entire weekend was. But I think it’s best in this case to stop blabbering and just let the pictures do the story telling. So here is Jill & Jon’s wedding weekend in New Orleans the way I saw it from Friday afternoon into early Sunday morning. Enjoy. Jill & Jon……I love you both. Thank you for having me.
Christina & Jon had been friends for 10 years before they started dating. They met each other freshman year at Millersville University. They probably never imagined back then that they would be getting married just down the road from school in only a few short years. Their wedding took place on a November evening in the beer hall of Stoudt’s Brewery in Lancaster. I have been at many weddings and I have seen my fair share of beer halls but I had never seen the two combined until Christina & Jon’s wedding this past fall. It was pretty sweet. The ceremony and reception both took place in the main beer hall. Guests sat at the tables during the ceremony while the ceremony took place on the stage where I imagine many, many oompah bands have laid down some funky German drinking songs over the years. Ashley Gerrity joined me for the day and a few of her photos are featured below as well. Christina & Jon….thank you both for sharing your unique wedding day with me. It has been a pleasure getting to know you both. All the best for a long and happy marriage and much, much good beer. Enjoy your photos.