Enjoy The Show!
Enjoy The Show!
This past Friday I was blessed with the task of photographing Erin & Matt’s wedding! Below is the art I created during the day to tell the story of their marriage. Enjoy!!
Yesterday I had the chance to do something I’ve been waiting for a long time now; I finally had the chance to photograph my beautiful goddaughter’s engagement photos. Her wedding is this October in York, PA, and it’s going to be tough not to shed a tear while I’m shoot her coming down the aisle. Oh yeah. Matt’s cool too! ;)
We had a blast yesterday going around to some great spots at Nemacolin Woodlands. I absolutely love that place. It’s one of my fav places to shoot!!
This wedding season started out with a bang!
Over the winter I completely overhauled my equipment and went with a much smaller setup. It gave the chance to be much more stealth and get much more of the emotions on the wedding day!
I got the chance to finally use it one a full gig with Lindsay and Jeremy. We started out the day at the Priory so the bride and all of her ladies could get hair and makeup done, then get dressed. Then off to Heinz Chapel for a beautiful ceremony. Trying not freeze them, we shot a bit outside Heinz and then a brief stop at PPG Plaza (I want a bride and groom on skates, lol). We then got back to the Priory for a wonderful candlelit reception. It was good to get back behind the camera for weddings, as the winter break was too damn long!!!
I had the chance to venture up to NYC a few weeks ago to work with an amazing couple, Emily & Ryan. After running around the city all day, these are what we ended up with!
It was such a beautiful evening last night. I headed down to the city to photograph Lindsay & Jeremy’s engagement sitting. We shot in the Cultural District and the Strip, using some of my fav locations, plus some new ones as well! Hope you enjoy!!
I found this interesting article via Riversip Photography News app – I thought you might like it:
An amazing write up on things a bride should ask…
If there’s something we love to do as photographers, it’s explore the city around us. Anytime we have the chance to shoot in a new location, it’s an adventure and Michelle and Sean’s wedding provided an opportunity we haven’t had before – to shoot a wedding in St. Stanislaus Kostka Parish in the Strip District. Before that though, we spent time with Michelle getting ready at the Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh, Downtown. Most wedding days comes with stress, but the mood was cheerful and light high above the city as Michelle got ready with the help of her family and friends. Once we arrived for the ceremony, we were able to take in the full beauty of the church with it’s recently renovated architecture and classic artwork, which was only second to that of our bride who was positively glowing. Before the reception we took a slight detour to the West End Overlook, where one or two of the party might have admitted to be their favorite place to sneak off to when playing hookey from high school. For a minute, we thought we were going to have a full blown bridal Olympics with five other groups competing with us for shooting locations. Admittedly, we did have the best dressed group. Wrapping the evening at the Greater Masonic Center of Pittsburgh, our couple spent as much time as possible on the dance floor as we allowed between photo sessions. Congratulations Michelle and Sean!
This past weekend, we found ourselves again at one of our favorite locations to shoot weddings, The Omni Bedford Springs Resort in Bedford, PA. This time – saying things were shaken up from the norm would be an understatement. We started the day bright and early at the Bedford County Sportsmen’s Club for 100 rounds of trapshooting with the Ryan, the groom, his groomsmen, and a few family members. Jesse, the best man, didn’t get the memo about letting the groom win on his big day, and took the top score for the day. We won’t say who, but one of the photographers might have even jumped up the mark and attempted to take out a soda can. The day continued back in the Omni Spa, with Jess getting her hair worked on before retiring to the bedroom for makeup, lunch, and some photos. Once again, the ceremony was held on the Grand Lawn, with many onlookers peeping down from the balconies above. Jess and Ryan’s vows brought tears to the eyes of all invited, but quickly turned to cheers as Jess did a victory dance up the aisle. As they wished, the reception in the Colonnade Ballroom was a true dance party, with almost the entire guest list up and grooving to the DJ. As we said though, this wasn’t a conventional wedding, and the night ended with the Bride and Groom jumping into the Mineral Springs Pool for a quick Trash The Dress Session, surrounded by onlookers from the staff of the Omni and their reception guests. This was truly a memorable one for us and we wish Jess and Ryan the best of luck in Australia!