Friday, April 27, 2007

Joseph at 6 weeks

Don't let anyone tell you that babies younger than 3 months old don't have expressions for the camera. This stage is too fast. This little man has so much to say. He makes fantastic eye contact and wants to be present. And he flipped me the finger. Classic!

His parents were married last February and it was beautiful. Joseph is so blessed to have Jen and Bryan as his parents. And Jen and Bryan better be ready... this kid isn't going to sit around and be boring. Look at those eyes. He's thinking.

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Thursday, April 26, 2007

Sarah and Chris

Sarah and Chris were married April 14th. They came in from Chicago
to marry at Marple Presbyterian.
Sarah incorporated a lot of things to honor family. Classic cars, writing on the cake, Love Me Tender... I know there's more. It was all about everybody. And then Sarah's mom (and probably some others...) called ahead for milkshakes at Thunderbird. That's love.
After driving through the back roads of Philly (I was in the 1934 Plymouth for a little while) we stopped at the Art Museum. It's probably the only place in the city where one can parallel park 7 cars at once!
Reception at the Racquet Club with Jeffery Miller Catering. Always beautiful.
Also at the wedding, on the sweetheart table... a Virginia Tech stuffed turkey. A Hokie. Very timely.
This wedding... very fun. I'd love to read some of the things that were put into the card jar. I'm sure there's a lot of love. The weather held out. Everything came together. It was a pleasure to be a part of it!

Cathy and Mike

The Northeast is never a dull evening. Cathy and Mike married at St Matt's on Friday April 13th.
Children, a grand daughter, new nephews, lots of kids. This was a lot of fun. There were some fingerprints in the back of the cake, but I don't think Cathy cared. When I met this couple, they were a laugh a minute. They're comfortable with themselves and beloved by all who attended.

Friday, April 06, 2007

Mascaro Newman Duo

It's a joy to photograph with background music. These two teach, perform, and inspire. Veronica taught my oldest the flute and her website can be found here.
Yes, they're available for weddings. But these are for the recording. Classical guitar is one of those things I think I'll fantasize about learning one day. In my spare time. I'll just live through Bill.