A classic fall wedding for this gorgeous couple. The ceremony was held at The Chapel at Villanova, their alma mater. From there, we made our way to Anthony Wayne House for a reception that was both stylish and classy. The band kept the dance floor live all night! It was an absolute pleasure to photograph their day. Big congrats, Andrea and Jeff – wishing you a lifetime of happiness …
See their engagement session here!
Note to self: Delete and dump all your weather apps. The days leading up to Julinana and Alex’s wedding at the Ocean City Yacht Club called for heavy rain and high tide with hurricane Florence heading to the East Coast. Their day turned out to have beautiful clear skies, open beach and a perfect sunset. Congrats you two!
It was a perfect summer day for Annemarie and Jacob’s wedding at Rose Bank Winery. Lots of friends and family were there to watch these two tie the knot and make things official.
Congratulations - Kristin and Joe! These two had a super cool and well styled low key wedding on LBI. After a first look at Barnegat Lighthouse State Park, and some portraits, they proceeded to tie the knot at Sunset Park. From there we headed to one of the coolest spots on the Island, Daymark. The day was capped off with a beautiful sunset, and donuts!!!!
August made the most sense for Amy and Brian’s wedding, as these newlyweds are both teachers! About 150 friends and family gathered at Ramblewood to watch them tie the knot. Their wedding was a blast and even included a Nintendo station – nothing like a little Mario Kart on your wedding day! The dance floor was packed all night with help from one the finest DJ’s around, Nick Spinelli. An excellent day all around – congrats you two!
See their portrait session here!!
Newport, Rhode Island is a really cool town. I was honored to travel there to be apart of Hannah and Dominic’s wedding. Newport is also their hometown so naturally a perfect setting for their early summer wedding. With two hundred people as their witness these two love birds tied the knot at a church downtown before heading to the Eisenhower House for the rest of the celebration, and that it was! A casual dinner with smoked brisket and amazing salads, followed by great toasts, a local live band, huge champagne bottles, (light beer :) and some crowd surfing!
Congrats you two!
Lindsay and Nick’s wedding day was a lot of fun to be apart of. It’s not often there is a Ford Model A, a parrot, and lots of herbs in the mix.
These two have a really nice connection and share a love of travel and books. Their vows were really captivating, which made it hard to take photos!
Valenzano Winery made a perfect backdrop for their late June affair, for about 120 people from all over the east coast. There were lots of cool organic details, some awesome toasts and a raw food bar. It sure was a pleasure to capture their day.
Two weeks ago, I had the pleasure of being asked to photograph a wedding Newport, Rhode Island. Newport and the sister cites look amazing. I wish there had been more time to explore and fly. None the less, I was excited to be there for the wedding and happy to eek out enough time to knock out one battery. These are some snaps from the drone taken from Bowman’s Wharf. Major shout out to DJI for creating the best drone I have been lucky enough to fly. The Mavic Pro is easy to use and set up, takes sharp images and fits in my backpack with room to spare.
These two have a really nice connection. It was a pleasure to hang out and take some pictures at Waterworks in Philly.
Christine and Rob have a really nice connection and easy going vibes. It was easy to be their third wheel. They had about 90 people gather for their wedding at Valenzano Winery, It was a cool and intimate union, a lot of fun to photograph. Despite the grey skies and potential rain, Mother Nature was on our side. The rain held off for the ceremony and the sun sneaked out for a moment and blessed for just long enough for a great shot.