Ok, now that I've completely neglected this blog the past few weeks, I wont make any New Year's resolutions promising to blog constantly, but I hope to do so more often. Here's a few from Adrianne and Patrick's day!
All I can really say about this wedding is how much I appreciated the opportunity to photograph this multi-day event. Indian weddings are colorful, challenging, and incredible. The story, customs, and symbolism are everything. A huge kudos goes out to both the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, and The Crystal Tea Room for providing impeccable service to these folks.
I don't ordinarily post this many images from a wedding, but the storyline demanded I do so. Here are some images from their event, beginning with the Mehandi ceremony followed by the Shaadi, and finally the reception. Special thanks to Susan Stripling for shooting the christian event for me on Saturday the 5th!Comments are always welcomed.
Elizabeth and Ryan braved the rain and gave me the opportunity to produce some images in conditions that were less than stellar! I can't thank them enough for their passion and desire to produce some great moments despite adverse conditions. As always, the great folks at Feastivities Catering and the staff at Cairnwood Estate were great to work with! Here's a few from their day!
In Hong Kong, It's quite customary to do a "pre-bridal" session before a couple's wedding. Ronald and Phoebe flew over from China to spend a few hours with me here in the Philadelphia area. This was truly one of the most flattering things to occur during my career. I can't thank them enough for their time spent traveling and I only wish I wasn't previously booked on their wedding date, which will be in Tokyo in November. Here's a few from our day. We began at Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia. Phoebe changed throughout the day, donning stunning bridal gowns as well as beautiful traditional Chinese attire. Here's a few from the day!
It's that time of year. Photoplus expo, one of the photography industry's premier events is this week in New York City. It's a show that I've been attending for quite some time, and the past few years I've been fortunate enough to be presenting a seminar along with some of our industry's best. On Friday, October 23rd @ 1:15pm, I'll be presenting "Hot Sun, Cool Images". Basically, I'll discuss and show images relating to my wedding work produced in difficult lighting conditions. As I always like to do, I'll share some of my favorite images and the thought process behind the capture. I hope to see many friends there and would love to meet new peeps, so please stop me to say hello if you read this blog.