I traveled to Quakertown earlier this month to photograph sweet little Reese. I always tell my clients that newborn sessions can take longer than other sessions because we have to account for time to soothe and feed the babies when they need it. Well, Reese just didn't need it. She was so agreeable from start to finish and made my job so easy. There were lots of little yawns, sneezes and even a few grins. I hope my former tennis teammate, Jan, and her husband, Mike, are pleased with these :) It was so great to connect with you guys and thank you for inviting me into your home to capture such a special time!
Emily and Nils planned their beautiful Pennsylvania wedding from Kansas City. Emily is an artist and designed many of the paper details, invitations, etc. herself. I can't imagine planning such a detailed wedding from so far away, let alone having it all come together as beautifully as it did. Burnside Plantation is a gorgeous, rustic, Pennsylvania venue which is perfect for warm weather weddings. The barns, grounds and tented reception are always so attractive and a great backdrop for outdoor photographs. The light was beautiful on this September day and I loved many of the bride and groom shots we were able to get at Burnside as well as in downtown Bethlehem. I would be remiss not to mention what an amazing job 14 Acre Farm did with the food. It was one of the best meals I have ever eaten!
Christa and Jeff got married at the beautiful Appleford Estate over the summer. The grounds at Appleford are so picturesque and everywhere you look is lush and beautiful. The estate in addition to the photographs we took at Christa's family home made for a beautiful collection of images. From split-rail fences to their old farm house and horses, I couldn't have asked for more. It is exactly what I imagine for a rural Pennsylvania wedding. I had already shot Christa's brother's wedding and her sister's family multiple times so it was fun to see everyone again and work with them on such a lovely day.