This post is actually a continuation of a previous post. This couple was amazing and I felt so privileged to capture their day. Their ceremony was held at the historic St. Josephs on the Brandywine Church with the reception at Greenville Country Club. I absolutely love working there and would love to work there more! Here's a few more from this very emotional day.
As always, comments welcomed.
As this season winds down, I stopped to look at my schedule for the coming year. I've got a ton of great speaking engagements and thought I'd share a few events with those who read this blog. The first I'll mention is WPPI in Las Vegas. Without WPPI, so many of the phenomenal opportunities I've had in this industry would never have been realized. This year, WPPI will be held in February, beginning with PLUS classes on February 12th. I've been honored to be one of 12 international educators who'll give a two day pre-convention seminar. I'll also be doing a Platform presentation on Tuesday, February 17th @ 4:30PM. You'll also find me on the Nikon Platform during the Tradeshow.
This year, WPPI is going to be held at the fabulous MGM Grand in Las Vegas for the first time. They expect it to the best ever convention by far. I can honestly say they've assembled the finest speakers I've ever seen who'll be in one place. Airfare and Hotels are discounted if you punch in the WPPI codes provided for you on their website. I hope to see you there.
Beside's my workshops for 2009 in my studio(call for information anytime), I'm bringing the Lighting and Skillset Bootcamp to Toronto the 2nd week of May. Contact Scott Williams for more details.
Perhaps the coolest workshop announcement is that I'll be traveling to Dubai on March 30-April 5th for Gulf Photo Plus. I'm thrilled to have been asked to speak there with some great photographers and educators. My Nikon Buddy Joe McNally, along with David Hobby, Bobbi Lane, Zach Arias, and a slew of other amazing photographers will be gathering in that amazing country for 5 days of sharing our lives in photography. I can't wait for this. I'll also be heading to Western Michigan, Ottawa Canada, and a few other cities throughout the year. Please feel free to email me anytime for information.
I'm a bad blogger. I know I am. This was a wonderful wedding with a great couple at a great venue, yet my time constraints let it slip through the blog. Maria and Frank were married at St. Ritas in South Philly. Four Season's Hotel, Philadelphia did their always impeccable job hosting this event. I'd also like to thank Susan Stripling for shooting with me on this day. Here's a few from their day.
I know, I know, two blog posts in the same week? I've received emails and facebook messages asking where my posts were. I'm flattered that anyone cares!
Sara and Scott had an amazing traditional Jewish wedding at the Westin Hotel in Philly. My buddy Kurt Tichinell's band, Jellyroll, did a phenomenal job as always. Sara and Scott had a special guest sit in with the band this evening. Nashama Carlebach. Neshama is one of the leading superstars in Jewish music today. I remember listening to her father, Shlomo Carlebach when I was a kid. Her presence added a wonderful dimension to this event. Sara, Scott, and I did a post wedding session a few weeks after the event which is also amongst these images. I really enjoyed this event!
As always, comments are welcomed.