Pedro went out and took a selfie with Darlene, and then Darlene began to make her way back to her bike to continue. Pedro reached into his pocket, got the ring out, dropped down to one knee, and the rest is history.
Megan and Rich's wedding was at The Racquet Club of Philadelphia, and it could not have been a more perfect venue for them to throw the party that would kick off their married life. Megan and Rich also had the most perfect day they could ask for
Yesterday was a great day for a wedding! Kristyn and Joel's wedding day could not have been more perfect for them. Their day started off by getting ready at Le Meridien hotel in Philadelphia, before they headed off to St. John the Evangelist Church to get married.
On Sunday July 17th, I rode in my 4th Irish Pub Tour de Shore bike ride, sponsored by the Irish Pub Children’s Foundation. The Irish Pub Children's Foundation is dedicated to raising money for children in need and the families of fallen police officers and firefighters in the Greater Philadelphia and South Jersey Area.
Ana and Mike were married yesterday, and I had the honor of capturing their wedding day. Their day started off as any wedding day normally does, questions about timing, getting the must-have photos, hair, make-up, and just good old-fashioned fun between friends.
Stephanie and Andrew had a beautiful day for a wedding, a little on the hot side, but overall they got a perfect day on the weekend that kicks off summer! The day started off with Stephanie getting ready and then heading over to the grade school and church she attended during her childhood, St. Timothy’s.
Megan and Rich's engagement session finally happened, after snow/rain forced them out of their first scheduled attempt. This time, the weather could not have been better for them - they really lucked out on a fantastic day!
I love my job! I just absolutely love the moments I get to photograph for my couples. Recently, I was asked to shoot a surprise proposal for Katie and Thad—well, Thad obviously knew it was happening, but Katie had no idea!