Kate & Evan were married at the Red Clover Inn in Vermont. It was a beautiful outdoor wedding & so full of love from family and friends. The fall colors were beautiful and we took advantage of them while making portraits.
Alexa & Joey were married at Tappan Hill Mansion in New York. We loved creating their wedding film!
Alexa & Joey were married at Tappan Hill Mansion, an exclusive Abigail Kirsch venue. It was raining, so the ceremony was inside, but we were able to do some portraits outside. Woo Hoo!
Emily & Chris were married at the Heinz Memorial Chapel and had their reception at the Allegheny Country Club in Pittsburgh, PA. They’re both from Pittsburgh and that’s where they met. I did their engagement photos last Fall in Brooklyn. I’ve been looking forward to photographing their wedding ever since.
Hilary & Jonathan were married in the Berkshires at The Mount in Lenox, Massachusetts. Enjoy their wedding film trailer!
In 10+ years of wedding photography, I’ve been given the great honor of photographing multiple weddings in a single family several times. It’s a lot of fun to get to know a family well by spending really special occasions with them.
I was given a special assignment to make images with as many of these musicians as possible, but to do it outside the theater in a more natural setting that is iconic to the Pillow.
Melissa & Marc were married in Philadelphia at St. John the Evangelist Church. They had their reception at Hamilton Garden at The Kimmel Center. Whitney Browne on my Creative Team photographed their wedding, and Melissa Martin of Stylish Occasions and Events planned the day. She and her team are wonderful.
I tell my photo interns during the orientation at the beginning of every summer about how the light changes throughout the Festival. The light at the beginning of the summer at Jacob’s Pillow is just a few days after the solstice.
Watch the Video: Margaret Mullin of the Pacific Northwest Ballet came to Jacob’s Pillow and we made creative portraits on the campus grounds to show off the stunning greenery and architecture. Ben Rich of the Nel Shelby Productions team made a short film of the photoshoot.