Environmental Portraits: Mirror Image Farms in Bainbridge, PA

August 17, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
I've always been a photojournalist at heart, in fact my first official paid photography job as a teenager in high school was working as a freelancer for the local newspaper (The Public Opinion, ever heard of it? Probably not.) I got to photograph everything from parades to high school proms to bull auctions. And this was back in the days of film be...
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Family Portrait Session: The Fry Family at City Island in Harrisburg

August 07, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
I'm sharing a few of my favorite images from a fun colorful summer photo session with the Fry family on City Island in Harrisburg, PA. I haven't been to City Island in years so it was fun to go back and check out what has changed and what has stayed the same since I've last been there. We happened to schedule our photo shoot the same day as a race...
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Portrait Photography: Garden Flower Crown Session in Cabbage Hill

July 13, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
It was one of those hot humid evenings in Lancaster City where the nasty asian tiger stripe mosquitos are almost as thick as the air. I convinced a few of my friends who live around the neighborhood to join me for a little creative photo shoot. We scavenged our backyards for whatever struck our fancy. I gathered a combination of hydrangea flowers,...
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Lancaster Family Photography: Downtown Lancaster Session with the Enoch Twins

June 27, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
I've been photographing the Enoch family now since Kristi and Keith were expecting their twins. It is always fun to watch how quickly little ones grow and change. Eli and Evelyn certainly have a sense of adventure. These two-year-old twins rarely sit still and so you will notice a lot of action in these photos. We decided to meet at the Lancaster C...
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Senior Photography: Ethan in Downtown Lancaster

June 19, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Any time someone requests to take photos in downtown Lancaster City, I am always all for it. For one, our house is just a 10 minute walk from the center of town (who else is a big fan of Lancaster Central Market?). Secondly, there are endless backdrops, colors and textures to be found in the city, along with great views from the tops of parking gar...
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