This past weekend I photographed my last wedding. Over the last 30 years, I have photographed 500 plus weddings in several states and as far away as Ireland. I can honestly say, I have enjoyed every minute of it. However, due to growth of other areas of my business (and wanting more weekend family time) I am no longer booking weddings. It was a tough decision, but I am now able to focus on the next decades and new adventures. I plan to continue growing my business and providing high quality personal service to my ever-increasing list of clients.I am grateful for so many families trusting me with their special day. Capturing thousands of smiles and emotional moments ...
Brittany and Ryan's elegant wedding at the beautiful Stokesay Castle was filled with love, laughter...dogs and a flash mob. The attention to detail they had put into their wedding created a amazing party atmosphere for their friends and families. Not even a brief but powerful rainstorm could derail their perfect day. Enjoy a few of my favorite moments through photos. Congratulations to Brittany and Ryan!
The Cork Factory in Lancaster, PA is rapidly becoming one of my favorite places to photograph a wedding. Everywhere you turn is a unique architectural feature or amazing background. Add to that a amazing pair of families, friends that know how to party and my job is easy! Stephanie and Mark had a perfect day and I was honored that that chose me to capture all of the special moments...from getting ready, beautiful ceremony, cake smash, lots of dancing and a sparkler send off. Here are a few of my favorites. CONGRATS TO STEPHANIE AND MARK!
The first wedding of 2016 picked up right where 2015 wedding season left off. Kim and Devin had an amazing wedding at the Eden resort in Lancaster, PA (despite lots of construction). Their families and friends know how to party! Enjoy this sneak peek of their special day with all the emotion, silliness and love the two share.Congrats Kim and Devin!
Monday, November 02, 2015
Halloween was the date of my last wedding of the year. Kristine and Matthew had the perfect day for a fall wedding and decided on Hopewell Furnace and French Creek State Park for the formals to capitalize the fall colors. Some of the props available at the locations were wagons, old buildings, the furnace and Matthew’s Harley Davidson motorcycle. Needless to say I had a blast with so many options and a great couple to work with. Enjoy these few of my favorites and congrats to Kristine and Matthew!