Lauren and JP had an amazingly fun wedding. The dancing was insane and everyone "got on the floor". These two are blissfully in love (it's in the eyes) so it's a good thing they got married. Their ceremony had many different cultural elements and was quite touching. Thank you Lauren and JP for making me feel so welcome. Kiss kiss.
November 17, 2008
Alice and Will had a super stylish love fest that started at Historic St. Georges and ended at World Cafe Live. Alice was channeling the fashion Gods with her beautiful dress and fiesty self. Will put on a bright orange tie on the ride over to the party. The best thing about these two (aside from their stunning good looks) is the way they just crack each other up. Congrats you two! Also want to give a shout-out to my buddies Amy and Colin who were also at the wedding. They were one of my first real weddings that I shot and I love them. They now have two children that I need to meet.
November 14, 2008
Lindsay and Jim did an engagement session around the Art Museum area and I swear if I were Lindsay I would have killed me. There is a bunch of construction going on over there and I had her walking through some difficult terrain in heels. She was a trooper though and we got some sweet photos. They gave me a lot of life advise and we talked about everything from Dubi to jogging. I am happy to be shooting their wedding next year. Yeay!
November 13, 2008
Meet Jeanne Whipple and Dawn White. We shot these a while ago but I decided to post them since we just had movie-night together at Jeanne's place. The wine was flowing and the popcorn came in many flavors! If you ever need a realator you should try them. Fun and Top-of-the-line.
November 6, 2008
Carey and Bobby had a traditional Greek Orthodox Ceremony at St. George's in Philadelphia. I loved being surrounded by all of the excitement, mostly being spoken in Greek by Bobby's Family. It was great because Carey and Bobby are are a cool, modern couple now with this anchor of tradition set in the Orthodox church. Speaking of anchors, they had there reception on the Moshulu parked in the Delaware river. Fun! Dollars were thrown, feet were stomped and hands were clapped.