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Philadelphia Art Museum Sunset Engagement Session // Philadelphia Wedding Photographer

Krystal and Josh… oh, my. These two had chemistry. Josh, for one, simply adored Krystal; I could see it every time he glanced at her. Krystal was appropriately amused by Josh’s humor and it was evident that the pair absolutely loved being together. As for our session, we hit it off right away and kept…

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Knowlton Mansion Winter Wedding // Philadelphia Wedding Photographer

Sometimes you click with a couple upon meeting for the first time, and sometimes you don’t. When I met Megan and Tim at the little Barnes and Noble Starbucks down the road, click is not even the word. We ate, we laughed, we discovered that we were all a bit quirky, and therefore we were…

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Engagement Session at the Inkwood Books Bookstore // Haddonfield Wedding Photographer

An engagement session in a bookstore? Yes, please. I often encourage couples to choose engagement locations based on who they are, where they like to go and what they like to do together as couples. Heather and Alex took that concept to a new level and contacted Inkwood Books of Haddonfield, NJ to get permission…

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Summer Rustic Wedding at Johnson’s Locust Hall // Jobstown Wedding Photographer

Wow. If you haven’t checked out Locust Hall for your New Jersey wedding, you are missing out. It’s a rustic bride’s paradise, complete with a farmhouse for getting ready, an outdoor ceremony location for the walk down the aisle, a barn for the cocktail hour and converted stables for the reception.   Elisabeth and Cyrus…

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  • Les WilliamsAugust 11, 2018 - 3:59 pm

    Thanks for capturing the joy and the fun of the day!ReplyCancel

  • JuliaAugust 29, 2018 - 10:23 am

    Beautiful photos! 🙂 I love all the vintage pieces they included in their wedding!ReplyCancel

  • Tonya MokenSeptember 4, 2018 - 3:10 pm

    Love the venue they choose! The Johnsons Locust Hall looks amazing!ReplyCancel

Spring Engagement Session at Smithville Mansion // South Jersey Wedding Photographer

On a quiet spring evening, Smithville Mansion and it’s grounds were ready for us to invade.  These two lovely souls and my camera made our way around this picturesque place, stopping around every corner and enjoying the beautiful day that had seemingly awaited our presence. Engagement sessions can feel like a portrait session, or they…