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Wedding Photography at the Succop Conservancy

Wedding photography at the Succop Conservancy is always a pleasure. It was the perfect place for friends and family from all over the world to gather to celebrate Casey and Stéphane’s wedding. I grew up less than 10 miles from the place, so it’s definitely home turf for me. It’s one of those places that […]

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Pittsburgh Children’s Museum Wedding

Just one look at the photo above and you can see that Emily and Ryan’s Pittsburgh Children’s Museum wedding was filled with color. In fact, The Children’s Museum really was the perfect place for Emily and Ryan to express the unique vision they had for their wedding which was both fun and non-traditional. You’ll see this in […]

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Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Wedding

Julia and Steve were one of the first couples to have their wedding reception in the new grand ballroom at the Wyndham hotel in downtown Pittsburgh. So this post featuring their Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Wedding is kind of historic in its own way A few months before the wedding we got together for an engagement […]

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Award Winning Wedding Photography

I belong to a couple of organizations that promote excellence in wedding photography and professional standards. Both organizations hold contests to showcase the best wedding photography in the world. I’m pleased to say that in the last round of contests two of my images have been chosen as winners. In the latest Fearless Photographers contest […]

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Mansion at Maple Heights Wedding

Kelly and Phil really went all out in realizing their vision of a 1920′s-look and feel to their wedding.  This Mansion at Maple Heights wedding took place well before the Great Gatsby movie came out.  Kelly is a talented artist and she enlisted the help of her friends in coming up with much of the […]

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