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West Virginia Wedding Photography

West Virginia Wedding Photography at the Clay Center in Charleston: While most of my work is in the Pittsburgh area, I always enjoy traveling to new destinations and photographing weddings at new locations. The challenge is that the wedding day is often the first time that I meet the bride and groom in person. Telephone […]

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Top 50 US Wedding Photographers

What a surprise this morning when my friend Kate McElwee messaged me to say that I’d been named one of the Top 50 US Wedding Photographers by the wedding planning website Weddzilla! I’m friends with many of the photographers on this list, including my dear friends Kate and Steve Koo, and I’m so honored to be […]

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Renaissance Hotel Wedding in Pittsburgh

I’ve had this post from Courtney and Rick’s Renaissance Hotel Wedding in Pittsburgh on the schedule for a couple of weeks now. It’s been a busy start to the wedding season and frankly the task of updating my website has fallen by the wayside. Coincidentally, I talked with Rick on the phone yesterday and I was glad […]

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Sacred Heart Church Wedding

Sacred Heart Church Wedding. Phipps Conservatory Reception. Kristin and Tom’s wedding was an elegant reflection of their refined sense of style, taste in art and love of family. This was evident in their choice of venues: Everybody got ready for the day at the fantastic Mansions on Fifth in Shadyside. Kristin and her mom Pat […]

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Wedding Photography at the Pittsburgh Renaissance Hotel

Wedding photography at the Pittsburgh Renaissance Hotel: While looking over these photos as I prepared this post, I was struck by how much laughter played a part in Kara and Brian’s wedding day. It’s been a while since their wedding last summer and I can’t help but smile thinking back on that day. The crew […]

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