Katie and Brian

September 5, 2008

Katie, dressing at her parent’s house as mom looks in. Her wedding gown, from Gamberdella’s, was by Peter Langer.

Lots of children at this wedding which always adds more fun (if unpredictable).

Katie is a varsity basketball coach at a prep school and decided to shoot a few hoops with her sister.

Hair design for Katie was by Kelly Geipe and the make-up by Jen Seidel- Walsh.

Our bride, fun, irreverent and gorgeous.

Two talented wedding photographers are essential for truly excellent wedding photojournalism. Both myself and my long time associate, Philip J. Weber, have our own teams. This allows us to capture key moments from two entirely unique perspectives, not to mention having the added reassurance of double coverage in case of equipment glitches.

The little guy made it all the way down the aisle at The Baltimore Basilica. It is a very long aisle. He deserves ice cream.

We capture the grandeur and majesty of wedding ceremonies as they unfold, utilizing the architecture and setting to it’s best advantage. Totally circumspect and  understanding that it is a religious ceremony and not our personal photo op, we’ve earned the trust and respect of scores of clergy from all faiths and denominations. Oftentimes they’ll give us special ‘dispensation’ to go where other, less circumspect, photographers aren’t allowed,  knowing that we’ll disappear during the ceremony.

On location: Mount Vernon

A classic example of the advantage of having two photographers. While I was documenting the bride and her bridesmaids, my second captured this image of the boys.

Next location: Inner Harbor. Check out that sky!

The reception was at one of Baltimore’s most beloved and well know locations, The Radisson Lord Baltimore. Ann Arnette, wedding coordinator extraordinaire for the hotel, facilitated our creating great images there with her hands -on expertise.

Table cloths by Gala Cloths, and music provided by the best d.j. in the ‘biz, Carl Junior, owner of Classic Disc Jockeys.


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