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  • Welcome to my blog!

    Hello there—I’ve been waiting for you!!! You know who you are and are true to yourself, you are a liver-of-life, a collector of moments, a person who appreciates great photography and its ability to press the pause button on life’s most incredible moments.

    You want a photographer who is able to handle all aspects of wedding photography with ease, capturing: candid, romantic emotion; flattering, beautiful portraits; breathtaking scenery & architecture; the joy and energy out on the dance floor and all those sweet wedding details that you have been working on for months in an artful, creative way.

    I have great news for you—I’ve got you covered!!!

    My work is creative & thoughtful. My goal is to share your unique love story. I get to know your interests & personalities in order to capture them forever in beautiful, personal, artful photographs that tell your story. I invest my time helping you become comfortable in front of my camera & find the most flattering lighting and angles for you and your surroundings.

    If this sounds good to you, and you’d like to reach out to me to find out more, please connect here.

Elizabethtown Engagement Photography: Elaine & Matthew

Elaine & Matthew have a pure love that is simple and elegant.  While their wedding reception will be held in a country club in New York, they wanted their engagement session to go back to the roots of their farming families.  My goal was to capture thier relaxed vibe in an elegant way so that their personalities could shine through.  I must mention that I love the barn, such a perfect fit!

^ JCrew called, they want their models back 😉

Thanks for viewing their post!    Click here to view the full set and purchase images.  I’d love to here your comments!

Susan McVeyAugust 15, 2011 - 9:47 pm

Wow! Elaine those pictures are so beautiful. Your photographer did such a wonderful job.

EmilAugust 16, 2011 - 12:42 am

Great set Lisa! I love the photos in the barn! I especially like all the lines created in the photos by the beams and post!

CarolAugust 16, 2011 - 6:59 am

Very Nice Elaine–Great Pics.

Stroudsmoor Inn Wedding Photography: Anu & Steven

Two wedding ceremonies united these lovely families at the beautiful Stroudsmoor Inn.   The hindi ceremony incorporated colorful garlands, rich traditions and ornate attire, both ceremonies brought joy & laughter to the couple and their guests —all with the serene backdrop of the Pocono mountains at Woodsgate, an ideal setting for this Lehigh Valley wedding.  Their guests received silver elephants as favors, here is one balancing their rings:

thier first look:

The ceremony begins with her father welcoming the guests:

Uncles exchange garland:

With the Hindi ceremony complete, it was time for the Christian ceremony:

Their band, Indigo 6 🙂

Towards the end of the reception, Steve picked up the microphone and serenaded Anu!

Thanks for taking the time to view these photos.  Please feel free to comment below and purchase prints here.

Beautiful photos, Lisa. I always love Indian weddings as they have so much fun energy, dancing, family and LOVE! Absolutely stunning!

Sherry Clewell PhotographyAugust 17, 2011 - 3:01 pm

Lisa, Beautiful images. I love the Stroudsmor. It adds a whole different dimention to the wedding images! Sherry Clewell Photography

meeraJuly 31, 2012 - 2:47 pm

amazing photographs! they are so vivid capture the real soul of the ceremony.

Carlisle Family Photography: The Wood Family

Adorable doesn’t begin to describe this energetic, brown-eyed charmer.  She and her family have a real appreciation for the outdoors.  They took some time to play hide and seek, dip their toes in a stream, enjoy a walk in the woods together and even fly a kite.  Don’t say I didn’t warn you about these eyes…

hide and seek 🙂

Thanks for viewing the images, prints can be ordered here.  Please feel free to leave a comment below, I’d love to hear what you think!

Shippensburg Senior Photography: Savannah Bell

Climbing trees barefoot, splashing in a creek, painting and cartwheeling across a scenic landscape– what a delight it was for me to work with Savannah.  She is a country girl through and through: from her playful spirit to her gorgeous golden locks and spunky attitude, she is absolutely one-of-a-kind.  My goal was to capture that on camera.

She wanted her little sister to be in a few shots with her.  They even made these flower crowns together before the shoot.

And then it started to rain… she embraced it wholeheartedly– completely unaffected!

She enjoys painting and sketching– check out the brushes hidden below 😉

She’s pretty athletic, too– I was impressed!

tracey bellAugust 3, 2011 - 7:38 pm

you made me cry…awesome work lisa. i never expected not to be wowed…you didn’t let me down. thank you..

savannahAugust 3, 2011 - 7:43 pm

lisa thank you so so much! I love them!!! you did a great job!

Joanne PetersonAugust 4, 2011 - 9:21 am

Wow Savannah – very nice! You are such a beautiful young lady!

Mungni: Indian Engagement Photography: Jamila & Jibran

Ornate henna, colorful saris, and two beautiful families joining together to exchange gifts, food and good wishes– what a delight it was for Kris and I to be a part of Jamila & Jibran’s engagement ceremony!  This is actually my first color-only blog post and I think you will soon see why…

Their first look:

Sisters 🙂

Jamila was lead in by her sisters and friends with a procession of candles and flower petals:

Their grandmothers are exchanging sweets as part of the ceremony:

Each family member circled this basket for flowers around the couple and presented them with gifts.

Jamila’s mother is giving Jibran’s brother a sweet and wishing him and his wife well.

The saris are beautiful– I could not get over the variety of colors, patterns and decoration, simply stunning, ladies!

Jibran loves the TV show “The Office”, so Jamila’s family created an Office-themed gift basket including this high-five worthy T-shirt:

“Yeah, whatever. No big deal. The hottest girl in the world loves me.” I think Jibran agrees with Michael on that one.

Jamila’s friends are located throughout the country but they met together and created a special dance for her and Jibran.

Taha’s speech was funny!  You can almost almost read it for yourself through the paper ;).

I’d love to hear what you think, please feel free to leave a comment below!

Cara LiedlichAugust 1, 2011 - 4:36 pm

So Joyful and festive! I love the colors in these photos!:)

JessicaAugust 1, 2011 - 4:38 pm

Wow, so beautiful. The veil photo and the hands photo are especially creative.

Seema QaiyumiAugust 1, 2011 - 6:03 pm

Jibran is my cousin and I was sad I was unable to be at this event, thank you so much for capturing it so wonderfully!

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