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Dylan and Morgan, Material Culture Wedding, Philadelphia, Pa

I think it is safe to say that my very favorite wedding venue in and around Philadelphia is Material Culture. Why you ask? Where do I begin? The colors, incredibly unique space, the staff, the food. The layout is perfect for moving around, catching up with friends in a relaxed and fun environment. I really can’t say enough about Material Culture. I was excited when I got a call from Dylan about his wedding to Morgan in September. This was the second time I have worked at this venue so we changed things up a bit from Ed and Maria’s wedding in 2016. Check out the photos of their big day and you will know why I feel the way that I do. Also, awesome couples get married at Material Culture! Thank you to Dylan and Morgan. You picked a place that fit perfectly laid-back vibe! All the best to you XOX

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The Outcome of Being Honest- For Photographers and Everyone else

Trying to be something that you are not never works. Never. Not in life, not in relationships, not in parenting, not creatively ... not in ANYTHING.  But even if you know this it doesn't mean that you won't try from time to time.

Chances are, even with the best intentions, you are going to crash and burn in a humiliating public spiral, engulfed in flames. There you go, down... down... down.  

One thing I learned yesterday, I am not Anne Geddes. But I thought I could be for about 20 seconds. Then reality set in and I said, "Anne, you baby whisperer, if you are listening, be with me now. I have zero idea what the hell I am doing, my hands are freezing and sweating. Babies don't like that."  Not one bit.  

I have a new found respect for the photographers that have mastered this very specific genre of photography.  WOW! It is hard.  

So in the words of Destiny's Child, Dust Yourself Off and Try Again. You really can.  But this time, be real about it. Don't give up.  I know who I am as a photographer. I consider myself pretty lucky in that aspect of life but it really took time to figure that out. Eventually I decided that for many, the creative process is often instinctual. You learn to stop questioning and you just do it. There is peace in that place.  Now if only I could apply this to all sides of life.  ;) 

New life tells a beautiful story all on it's own. 

The outcome of being honest...

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one funny face for good measure  ;) 

one funny face for good measure  ;) 

Thank you to my friends, I love your little family so much. XOX