Beating Breast Cancer!

I shot a lovely Breast Cancer fundraiser at Cafe Fontana several weeks ago! There was a table FULL of prize baskets, and some pretty delic catered food, but most importantly the turn out exceeded our expectations!

 

She Said Yes!

Yesterday I had the honor of shooting my first proposal, right in Rittenhouse!

Justin, a friend from high school, asked me if I would be able to shoot his proposal while he and his girlfriend, Lauren, were in Philadelphia this weekend. Getting a bit of wedding fever myself, I jumped at the chance to share that one time moment with them!

The last several days, Justin and I have been back and forth trying to find a good spot for when he arrived in Center City. Originally, he wanted to do it somewhere along Kelley Drive since he and Lauren jog there. Keeping the weather and lighting in mind, we were also worried about traffic! We settled just in time on Rittenhouse Square, where they happened to walk through after their first date.

And of course, she said yes!

 

Catching up

Well…

It’s been a long last few months.

We got news in September that Zoe has Lymphoma and several more months to live. With that, we’ve spent every free minute taking her out on rides and walks, making the most of our time left with her.

I feel as if I’m constantly working, yet haven’t had much work recently. I’m just using this cold weather as ammo to stay inside and catch up on months of editing!

Here are some photos of personal and freelance work I’ve done since mid-summer!

 

 

 

Spruce Street Harbor Park

Another beautiful sunset in the city Tuesday night. I headed down to this new park next to the Port Museum, and it was a lot larger than I thought! They had a mini arcade for kids, funnel cake (for $8), food trucks, swan rides in the water, and hammocks!

I walked down to the path out on the Delaware for the sunset and made a short timelapse.

View that and my other little timelapses on my YouTube channel:

Spruce Street Harbor

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