Ashley & Jason – The Wedding.

Meet Ashley & Jason. They were married at the Aldie Mansion in Doylestown, PA this past month. They had a bit of a rock star skull theme with a touch of day of the dead thrown in for good measure. Anyway you look at it, it was an amazing day filled with beautiful, interesting people and I was lucky to be a part of it. Like I mentioned in their teaser post, there are not that many brides that are willing to lay on the floor in their wedding dress but thankfully Ashley was up for anything. Here are some of my favorites from the day.

The Bridesmaids.

Tarot card place cards!

Day of the dead wedding topper!

Jakob Sleep eats…How freaking cute is that?!

Hand made sugar skulls as favors.

Carla & Joe – The Teaser.

Here is a teaser from Carla & Joe’s Wedding this past Friday. Their beautiful Italian Wedding was held at the Cescaphe Ballroom in Northern Liberties and this shot was just a few blocks away. More to come…

Brian, 2011.

Kate & Howie – The Wedding.

Meet Kate & Howie, again! They were married at The Blue Bell Country Club in Blue Bell, PA just a few short weeks ago and it was some kind of beautiful. This is a couple you want to hang out with. Kate has this infectious smile that just pulls you in and Howie has the power to turn that smile on, just by being near her. From the Bedecken to Kate surprising Howie by singing an incredible song with the band at the reception, this night could not have been more perfect. Here are some of my favorite images from the day.

‘Someday, and that day may never come, I’ll call upon you to do a service for me.’

Ashley & Jason – The Teaser.

How about a teaser from Ashley & Jason’s Wedding? Not many brides are willing to lay on the ground in their wedding dress to get a good shot but Ashley was up for absolutely anything. I’m glad she was because I love this image.

PIFA – La Compagnie Transe Express

PIFA or The Philadelphia International Festival of the arts which lasted for almost a month, ended on a high note this past Saturday. Pun not intended but happily accepted. Broad street was shut down for about two days and there was a giant street fair filled with Photography, Painting, Those live statues that you stare at until they move, just so you win the game that they don’t know they’re playing, and some pretty amazing acrobatics. On one end of Broad there was a Ferris Wheel, on the other there was a Stage for live music and in the middle rested the giant crane that lifted the final act high into the air. They brought in La Compagnie Transe Express, a French performance group to perform this amazing finale where an orchestra of bells played for multiple acrobatics flipping in the air without a net. It was jaw dropping with that hint of creepy, maybe because their painted faces gave off that clown vibe. Take a look.