Velez - Wedding at Yorktowne Hotel in York, PennsylvaniaRead More
Last weekend I had the opportunity to take some headshots for a friend, Tom Zartler.Read More
Right before the holidaysin 2013, I had the opportunity to visit New York City for the very first time.Read More
Ridley Creek engagement session...Read More
Fairmans skate shop hosted a skateboard demo this weekend. If you've read my "about" section, you'll know skateing is one of the early things that shaped my love for photography.Read More
I recently met Jill and Ron through a mutual friend. They were looking to do a 'hybrid' engagement photo session. They are getting married and wanted some engagement photos but also wanted to get some family photos as well. After 3 of my favorite locations to shoot fell through, we ended up at East Goshen Park right outside of West Chester in Chester County, Pa. We did a quick "run and gun" around the park and ended up with a nice collection of photos that I think show the closeness of this new family-to-be. A few of this set can be seen below:
This weekend I traveled West for a Hibernia Park Engagement session for Jose and Devin. Hibernia Park is nestled in Chester County Pennsylvania about 20 minutes away from West Chester. The two had a refreshing dynamic and were a lot of fun to shoot. Even the park rangers, fishermen and grounds keepers wanted in on our fun! Congratulations guys!
Recently I did a modeling portrait photography session to test out a new camera I had just purchased. While I was there I got a few shots of an old friend that ended up turning out great. Marsh Creek is a great place to get those "golden hour" photos. The sun sets perfectly over the lake and looks amazing.
Over the weekend, I was invited to check out some music at the 84th Annual "Old Fiddler's Picnic". The picnic was held at Hibernia Park, located in Wagontown, PA. Think of it like a sort of a mini Woodstock for bluegrass / country / folk enthusiasts, if you will. There was a main stage that featured established music acts, but also in the semi-wooded area away from the stage, many small circles of musicians were huddled in circles playing old standards, covers and sometimes just improvising and jamming. Walking through the area was like walking through a wall of sound, but not obnoxiously so.
I took my camera hoping to get a couple of interesting shots, but the crowd of spectators and musicians was a little too thick to get the shots I wanted. I came away with these few I thought I'd share.