LOOK AT EACH OTHER CELEBRATE TOGETHER CREATE KEEPSAKES SMILE A LOT KISS OFTEN DREAM TOGETHER COMPROMISE BE PASSIONATE HAVE SOME FUN LISTEN TO EACH OTHER GROW OLD TOGETHER

 

         

Recently, I had a pleasure of photographing Brianna and Gianna for their first modeling portfolio. Brianna has been dreaming of becoming a model for a long time and Gianna would love to follow in her sister’s footsteps. Both girls have great potential and drive. Here are some of my favorites from their session. We wish

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Where to start and what to ask… Choosing a photographer is one of the most important decisions you have to make about your wedding day. Your photos last well beyond the day of the wedding, and serve as a lasting keepsake. Therefore, get the best photographer that you can. Start by getting recommendations from your

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This past Sunday we had a pleasure of participating in a very special fundraiser. Canine Cancer Research USA is a non-profit organization started by Steve Kats in 2009. “The goal of CCRUSA is to elevate awareness of the epidemic, encourage people to discuss canine cancer with veterinary professionals, nutritionists and holistic practitioners to make informed decisions.

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On June 27th 2010 we had a pleasure of capturing the wedding of Yulia and Anton. The bride was glowing with happiness. Park photo session took place at the Bucks County Community College. Congratulations Yulia and Anton!

Well, it’s been a while and I just wanted to share with you some updates on our lovely families. Ana and Marinel (the Yugoslavian couple that got married last May) had their first baby. Ana came to us for her maternity photo shoot as well as first baby pictures. Baby boy looks just like his

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On October 3, 2009 the city of brotherly love has welcomed a lovely young couple from Maryland. Kate and Leon have traveled to Philadelphia for their wedding. My husband Gene and I have teamed up for this great event.   As I always tell my couples, there are many benefits of having two photographers, but

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