Your wedding, every part of it, from the prep early on to the party later in the evening, has moments that are the things that life is made of. Here’s a secret: Your wedding day, all by itself, is filled with magic. Hair and make up, putting on the gown, the conversation with those around you, the family you see too little of, the friends that carry you through your life, it’s all right there, on this one day, collected just for you. I see the magic in your day and I make photographs that will allow you to keep that day with you always. The real things that happen on your wedding make the best photographs because they tell us about you. You have a brilliant story. I can tell it for you.
Erika and Brandon on a windy November afternoon. Clearly Erika is in love with this man. Big Fun at Fairmount Park and The Art Museum.
Lots happening on your wedding day, lots of emotion, lots of friends and family, lots of opportunities for free range photography, to capture your wedding day in the real moment. I can tell your story. I plug into the day and put my attention onto what is happening around me, whether it is the groom waiting for the ceremony to begin or the bride engaged in conversation as she arrives at the church. Your wedding is a day like no other. For real. As time passes you can look back and see the difference. Free range, organic, no preservatives.
Kaitlyn and Austin had a brilliant day for their wedding. Kaitlyn prepated for the wedding at her parent’s home, and then proceeded to St Bede The Venerable in Holland for the Wedding Mass. The reception was at Huntingdon Valley Country Club.
There are days when time stops.When there is nothing more important then what is happening right now.
Your wedding day is just like that. Cecilia and Tom, September 28
A fine day at Longwood as Rob and Maayan take a break from their very busy lives to walk the garden glory.
Zoe and Chris: Love really is all you need. And tenacity, and patience and the will to overcome a mountain of bureaucracy.
Zoe and Chris met while studying in Romania. They fell in love, of course, and wanted to get married. Zoe is a British citizen and soon found out that in order to marry the love of her life she would have to wade through a pile of paperwork. After navigating the seemingly endless road through the immigration process, and after lots of patience and international wedding planning The Wedding Day arrived. So here’s to The Bride and Groom. And here’s to tenacity, and the will to win. More to come.
Saturday was a brilliant day for a Philadelphia Wedding. The day began at the Loews Philadelphia Hotel in Center City where Paige and Francisco prepared to wed. The ceremony was at St. Paul’s Parish in South Philadelphia, and then a splendid reception at Knowlton Mansion in The Northeast.
You meet somebody, maybe you get a feeling that you want to see them again, and maybe they want to see you. You stay together for awhile, you make decisions, you make plans, you meet the family. And before you know it you are just a few steps away. Margaret and Chris took those few steps on June 15th at Old St. Joseph’s Church in Philadelphia. Have a look: