Giz and Jeremy

I got lucky again with another really unique space for a wedding. Giz and Jeremy chose to get married at one of the historical homes on Governors Island in New York City. The back yard, where the informal ceremony was held, looked out onto the East River and Brooklyn skyline. If holding your ceremony, beware of loud overhead helicopters. 

Alice and Neil

Alice and Neil came to me through a referral from another client, which is usually how I book weddings and always my favorite way to work. I take such pride in being recommended for this important day. Their wedding took place at the National Society of The Colonial Dames House of American. Despite the cumbersome name, this place was gorgeous. So many simple and elegant spaces, indoors and outdoors, to make photographs. Located on a quiet street in the middle of Center City, Philadelphia, you'd never find the place if you weren't looking. 

Emily and John

I had the most fortunate opportunity to photograph another beautiful wedding at my favorite Center City Philadelphia venue, Reading Terminal Market. The rainy May weather had no effect on the special day!

Kim and Mike

Kim and Mike had a hot one for the day of their wedding. But nothing was going to upset the event. We had a very relaxed day, starting in West Philly and Clark Park and making our way to The German Society on Spring Garden. 

Beth and Mac

Beth and Mac had a super great wedding – albeit windy – at Updike Farmstead in Princeton, New Jersey. The old barn, fields and overall setting made it hard to make bad pictures. The couple also added some nice touches with New Jersey mason jars and local bouquets on the tables.

Kaity and Matt Berlin

The beautiful wedding of Kaity and Matt Berlin in and around Philadelphia. Reading Terminal is one of the best venues for a wedding. I highly recommend it for any couple looking for a fun and casual atmosphere. The couple chose six Reading Terminal Vendors cater the event and guests can pick and chose the scaled down versions of their regular dishes.