Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Heather and Arthur

This is actually from a winter wedding - the couple is on my mind this morning for some reason so I thought I'd post a couple of their images.

Here the bridal party sends them off with sparklers after the ceremony!

This one is one of my favorites from the wedding - the bride and groom are saying goodbye to their guests as the reception came to an end at the Merion Cricket Club in Haverford, PA.

And they're off!

Monday, May 28, 2007

Image of the Day!

Saturday, May 26, 2007

Image of the day - Stephanie and John

Thursday, May 24, 2007

Images of the Day - Michelle and Jay

Here's Michelle and her cute pink petticoat!

And here is Jay looking at Michelle's album of boudoir photos - this is right before the ceremony, and he is seeing this for the first time. He was so surprised and amazed by this gift! He said "She has the best smile" and my assistant and I just let out a collective "awwwwwwwwwwwww!!" :)

Spending the day with people who are just so genuinely in love with each other is really the best part of this job.


I currently have no open weekends at all from now until mid-November. Engagement shoots that have not been scheduled yet will have to be taken during the week. I think this is actually better than weekends - since most engagement shoots are on the beach. The beach is a lot less busy during the week, and the sun doesn't set until about 8 p.m. (or later?) so there is plenty of time for photos!

The 2008 wedding season is already filling up! This past year has been unbelievable and I would just like to thank everyone for your continued support!!

Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Image of the Day - Colleen and Kurt

I'm going to try to keep up with posting more photos this wedding season. Time definitely keeps getting away from me especially when I'm working on finishing several weddings at a time, but one of my goals this year is to really show more variety - and there are some website changes - additions - coming up as well.

I probably won't really get to post an image every day but ... I'll try!

Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Image of the Day - Jen and Joe

Friday, May 18, 2007

Renault Winery

This is pretty cool - Renault Winery is using my images from a recent wedding in their advertisments!

Click here

Tuesday, May 08, 2007


I have recently started offering boudoir sessions to my wedding clients and their friends. This seems to be the hot new trend in wedding photography, and now with my experience photographing these sessions, I agree with a recent client who said "These pictures are something every woman should do once in her life!"

What exactly is a boudoir session? It is a little more of an intimate photo shoot, an opportunity to create really beautiful and artistic portraits that have a little bit of an edge to them - however there is no nudity or anything that I would deem distasteful - it is often what is NOT shown that makes the greatest impact. I guess it can be considered pinup-style photography, cute, stylish and modern with a twist of vintage. It is a day where a bride-to-be can relax, forget about the stresses of wedding planning, and get treated like a model. Your hair and makeup are professionaly styled to yield the best result, and you are treated to fun music, champagne and a light snack. The photos are often taken at a historic and charming bed-and-breakfast. And the resulting photos make great gifts for the groom on the wedding day or honeymoon.

Your photos are kept confidential and I only post the photos with your permission.

I just photographed a boudoir session this past Sunday at the Glencairn Inn in Princeton, NJ, (Glencairn Website)and so far have obtained permission for the following photos:

The girls were good friends so they opted to all arrive at the same time and take turns getting ready and getting their photos taken. They carefully laid out their different outfits and shoes in the bathroom. Look at those red polka-dot shoes in the background! I love them!

One of the girls getting her hair and makeup done. This bed and breakfast was built in the 1700's and I just loved the dark wood floor throughout the room, and the interesting bathroom fixtures and vanity.

The beautiful room at the Glencairn - notice the champagne and roasted walnuts! And my other camera resting on the bed.