I recently spent a fun afternoon with Fatima and Awais at the Loyola campus in Baltimore, where they had decided to do a few post wedding portraits. We walked around the quad for most of the time while prospective students were led around campus in their tour groups. This lovely couple were getting plenty of attention! You may even see some random Instagram posts of them with a few admirers who stopped to take some selfies. ;)
Makeup: Tymia Yvette
Irene and Corey are two lovely people who I met up with for a portrait session in Philadelphia recently. They braved chilly weather and overcast skies to walk around some favorite spots, including a quick trip to The Black Sheep, which is where they first met! Looking forward to photographing their wedding in a few months!
I'm much better at dealing with the heat of summer than winter's cold weather, but at least all this snow is good for a little fun and a few portraits. ;)
I spent this past weekend photographing a family wedding so, of course, I spent a little time following my nephews and niece around! I've been chasing them with my camera since they were born and they never disappoint. They're always completely natural and so full of the most endearing expressions and gestures...but maybe I'm a little biased. ;)
I don't blog too many non-wedding events, but last night I helped out a friend, Roxana Muzzammel, with her fundraising efforts for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society in memory of her father. She had coordinated a fashion show and silent auction featuring Hoss Intropia, Haute Heritage, and menswear label Christopher Schafer Clothier. Paul Wharton, host of Paul Wharton Style, was the emcee for the event and did an amazing job! If you're interested in contributing to her campaign and a worthy cause check out this link: Roxana Muzzammel's Fundraising Page.