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Ragged Edge Inn Wedding Engagement Photographers: Chris & Dan

A charming engagement session for two thoughtful, handsome, fun-loving gentlemen at The Inn at Ragged Edge… Chris and Dan reached out to me looking for a photographer who had different work that was creative and unique, the specifically wanted someone who could capture both personality and a venue in a clever, timeless way. Dan shared, “We […]

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Washington DC Wedding Photographers: Bridget & Phil

This chic Union Market engagement is vibrant, playful and completely unique– it captures such a fun, modern side of Washington DC! Phil shared, “I’m into photography and liked the artistic vibe of your photos, the clarity, attention to detail, eclectic mix of photos and how each couple’s style is a little different.” Bridget explained, “When I saw your […]

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Hotel Bethlehem Wedding Photographers: Jenn & Brian

A timeless, elegant, classic Hotel Bethlehem wedding that ended the evening with a real-life fairy-tale moment!!! Jennifer shared, “A colleague of mine recommended Lisa right after Brian and I were engaged. He had worked as a videographer previously and was familiar with many photographers.  He highly recommended Lisa for her creativity, professionalism, and attention to detail and was surprised that […]

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Linwood Estate Wedding Photographers: Laura & Jeff

Love, laughter, style, a “first look” that literally made the groom loose his balance and an unbelievable sunset… Laura shared, “We met Lisa and Kris at our wedding planner’s Christmas party a few years ago. When she told us she was a wedding photographer, I immediately went home and pulled up her Facebook – and […]

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Huntingdon wedding photographers: Brigid & Chris at Boxer’s Pub

Leather jackets, cold brews and waffle fries to the face…  you won’t want to miss Part 2 of Brigid & Chris’ engagement session, but first you must know these important rules: “ALWAYS order fries.  Waffle fries MUST be seasoned.  NEVER leave a fry behind.”  Got it?  Ok you are good to go… Brigid initially reached out to […]

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