Loving your story.

Magic in the French Alps, Kat & Alex

Posted on September 13, 2019


Hello world! It’s been roughly 9 MONTHS since I’ve last blogged. Woah. That’s crazy. But my media/marketing all that jazz always seems to fall by the wayside, even though all the while I’ve been shooting stuff I have truly loved and deserves to be shared. But since we last connected on here, I did a little thing like move to California, moved back, opened a brand new photography studio in Philadelphia…etc. Oh yeah! And I got my yoga teacher training certificate! And this experience is what led me to these two lovebirds…Kat & Alex.

As I’m writing, I’m realizing I need/want to share my yoga story with you, and the photos I took during the time I spent in the beautiful French Alps. But that’s a different blog post, and maybe now that I’m back writing and sharing I’ll keep this going. The point is – that after 9 months, THIS shoot, this experience has inspired me to blog. Because LOOK at this! I mean, I got to shoot a real bride and groom who just got married IN THE FRENCH ALPS! So yeah, sharing was never a question. I’m just sorry it took me so long to do it!

I met Kat & Alex in Geneva, Switzerland while they were honeymooning in Europe. They met in Sydney Australia, where they both live together now, in yoga class, where Cat was teaching and Alex was a student. (I love that!) Kat & Alex happen to be good friends with Simon Park and Noelle Connolly who were the lead teachers for the Liquid Flow advanced teacher training program in Sixt-Fer-a-Cheval, a tiny little town up in the French Alp mountains…more beautiful that you could ever imagine. So they decided to spend a few days with us before the program started. Anyway! We all found ourselves on our way up into the mountains at the same time. I felt pretty special that I was invited to hang out with the teachers, and their friends a few days early. After a skilled game of luggage tetrus for their European spaceship rental car, I put all the pieces together, and realized that the big white bag on top of all the luggage was Cat’s WEDDING DRESS! They were traveling from Colorado where they had a small intimate ceremony with family friends, onto and through Europe, and then back to Australia. I immediately asked, “does Alex have his suit?!” and when the answer was yes, I knew what had to happen. Because I just so happen to have all my pro gear with me since I was shooting the story of the yoga teacher training program. I was a wedding photographer, who happen to meet a couple that just got married, who had their wedding clothes with them. AND WE WERE ALL IN THE FRENCH ALPS TOGETHER. Done and done!

Please enjoy the magnificent views, spectacular scenery, but most importantly the undeniable love and romance between these two. It was a dream. I love a bride who wants to put on her hiking boots in her wedding dress and climb several thousand feet through the forest to find the waterfall. Yes please. Every time. Thank you Kat & Alex for adventuring all over with me. What an incredibly beautiful experience.


Cat&Alex.FrenchAlps_001 Cat&Alex.FrenchAlps_003Cat&Alex.FrenchAlps_002Cat&Alex.FrenchAlps_004Cat&Alex.FrenchAlps_005Cat&Alex.FrenchAlps_007Cat&Alex.FrenchAlps_011Cat&Alex.FrenchAlps_014Cat&Alex.FrenchAlps_015Cat&Alex.FrenchAlps_017Cat&Alex.FrenchAlps_018 Cat&Alex.FrenchAlps_024Cat&Alex.FrenchAlps_021Cat&Alex.FrenchAlps_032Cat&Alex.FrenchAlps_031 Cat&Alex.FrenchAlps_025 Cat&Alex.FrenchAlps_034Cat&Alex.FrenchAlps_033Cat&Alex.FrenchAlps_035 Cat&Alex.FrenchAlps_038Cat&Alex.FrenchAlps_039Cat&Alex.FrenchAlps_044Cat&Alex.FrenchAlps_049Cat&Alex.FrenchAlps_050Cat&Alex.FrenchAlps_054Cat&Alex.FrenchAlps_052 Cat&Alex.FrenchAlps_058Cat&Alex.FrenchAlps_059Cat&Alex.FrenchAlps_061Cat&Alex.FrenchAlps_064Cat&Alex.FrenchAlps_065Cat&Alex.FrenchAlps_151

We had a ton of fun. It was an adventure scaling that mountain and shale rocks, with water running down from everywhere. But we made it. And my impromptu, ridiculously long, hot pink USB chord belt saved the day, and my pants from falling down. Iphone shots behind the scenes below. What a fun thing I get to do. Thanks Kat & Alex for being up for this adventure, and for your incredible patience as I took all summer to post these. You guys were amazing!!! xoxo

cat&alex.bts.003 cat&alex.bts.001cat&alex.bts.002

Tom & Julia – Old City Engagement

Posted on December 15, 2017

When best friends celebrate their love in December, cuddling isn’t so hard to do. It began at the Christmas-adorned Plough & the Stars in Old City. Tom & Julia enjoyed a Guinness by the fire with a sweet Irish folk band serenading them on this chilly Sunday afternoon. We explored the neighborhood together, stopping through old bookstores, colorful puddles, snowy gardens, historic & colorful Elfreth’s alley and even made a stop through the windy, yet always epic Race Street Pier to enjoy the view of the Ben Franklin Bridge. These two love Philadelphia, so we couldn’t end the day without a romantic Septa train to part ways.¬†If only every day could be as lovely, cozy and festive as this one. I’ll take it! ūüôā














Mollie & Peter – Ben Franklin Bridge, Race Street Pier & Power Plant Productions

Posted on August 30, 2017


Beautiful New York City couple gets married in Philadelphia….has a nice ring to it! I can’t help the love I have for my city, so I was pretty pumped to show it off with Mollie and Peter on a beautiful summer day in a most epic location. From Mollie getting ready at the gorgeous Kimpton Hotel Monaco, to Peter and his guys living large at their own bright loft for day of preparations, to the sweeping views of the Ben Franklin Bridge on the Race Street Pier… this day was incredible. We ventured around Old City and the Delaware waterfront, past fences and through fields to get some patriotic summer lovin’ looks. I had always wanted to photograph the American Flag mural that is displayed an abandoned warehouse on Colombus Blvd., but because it’s large size, it was hard to figure out how to get the right perspective. On my location scouting bike ride the week before, I found it – an unassuming whispy, field of tall grasses next to a storage garage parking lot. A bit unconventional to say the least, but Mollie and Peter didn’t even flinch when I told them my plan. She picked up her dressed and march straight into unknown territory with me, and the results were amazing!


The energy continued into the night and into the dance floor, with some of the best dabbin’, dancing, and all around throw downs to date at the Power Plant Productions. Lots of love and fun in this family. I had a blast working with Mollie and Peter, and hope you enjoy a little glimpse of their lovely day.



Rebecca & Warren – Pennsylvania Museum of Anthropology

Posted on May 30, 2017

I’m in the mood to spread a little love today. Reflecting on just over a year ago when I had the very awesome privilege of shooting Rebecca & Warren’s wedding at the¬†University of Pennsylvania’s – Museum of Anthropology in Philadelphia. This wedding was nothing short of epic moments throughout the entire day. These two are both such beautiful people, inside and out. I loved their classic and stunning attire. I loved their expressive and amazing friends and family, who are all clearly the most perfect reflection of them. I loved their heartfelt and absolutely jaw dropping beautiful vows, reaching deep into each others’ raw hearts for all of us to hear and see. Their wedding day was the same day as the Kentucky Derby…and would you know it, Rebecca Nyquist’s namesake horse –¬†Nyquist WON that same day! It just all made sense. It all flowed together, from the bride and groom passing each other on the South Street bridge without a glance on their way to the first look, to the two of them dancing their way down an excited parade of people who all love them into their reception of the epic Museum hall. One minute happy tears during speeches and parent dances, the next, being tossed in the air with all the adrenaline one could possibly take. It was one of those weddings where your body is still buzzing at the end. So, I really wanted to share it. Never too late to share a day full of joy.

Charlotte & Brian’s Wedding at the Philadelphia Racquet Club

Posted on June 22, 2016


Charlotte and Brian Blog 30


Charlotte & Brian gave me so many amazing opportunities to take unique and beautiful photos every time we were together. From their engagement shoot in Hickory Run State Park, to an amazing day at the Philadelphia Racquet Club and a stroll down to Rittenhouse Square , to their sweet and emotional vows, ¬†photography has always been really important to them, and of course, that makes my heart sing! It was a beautiful day, and they were just so so so so so so happy. I’ve never seen a dress move like Charlotte’s – it flowed through the air like a dream, so dancing throughout the day served the purpose of amazing photos and practicing their epic first dance. But I think my favorite dance of all them was the one they did at the end of the night on Broad Street! Holy amazing you guys!
Charlotte and Brian, thank you so much for inviting me to be part of your story.


Charlotte and Brian Blog 1Charlotte&BrianWedding_002Charlotte and Brian Blog 3Charlotte and Brian Blog 2Charlotte and Brian Blog 5Charlotte and Brian Blog 61Charlotte and Brian Blog 7 Charlotte and Brian Blog 12Charlotte and Brian Blog 13 Charlotte and Brian Blog 15 Charlotte and Brian Blog 17 Charlotte and Brian Blog 18 Charlotte and Brian Blog 19 Charlotte and Brian Blog 20 Charlotte and Brian Blog 22 Charlotte and Brian Blog 27 Charlotte and Brian Blog 28 Charlotte and Brian Blog 29 Charlotte and Brian Blog 31 Charlotte and Brian Blog 33 Charlotte and Brian Blog 34 Charlotte and Brian Blog 37 Charlotte and Brian Blog 38 Charlotte and Brian Blog 39 Charlotte and Brian Blog 41 Charlotte and Brian Blog 44 Charlotte and Brian Blog 46 Charlotte and Brian Blog 47 Charlotte and Brian Blog 48 Charlotte and Brian Blog 49 Charlotte and Brian Blog 50 Charlotte and Brian Blog 52Charlotte and Brian Blog 51 Charlotte and Brian Blog 54 Charlotte and Brian Blog 55 Charlotte and Brian Blog 57 Charlotte and Brian Blog 59Charlotte and Brian Blog 58