Archive for March, 2011

Melissa & Buck

Monday, March 28th, 2011

These two were complete naturals in front of the camera. We are looking forward to documenting their big day in April.

jana & mike

Franklin growing up…

Monday, March 28th, 2011

You may run into this adorable little guy when you visit the studio!

Ava & Cameron

Thursday, March 24th, 2011

Baby Ava visited the studio today with her family. We loved meeting her for the first time. She brought her cousin Cameron and they both did an amazing job in front of the camera.
Congratulations Ashley & Ron! She is beautiful. We are looking forward to documenting Ava as she is growing up.


Baby S.

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011

We photo Isa & John’s wedding in the spring of 2007. They welcomed their little princess a few weeks ago. She is so cute. Thank you for introducing her to us.
Congratulations and enjoy every moment.


Mother’s Day Mini Sessions

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011

Celebrating Motherhood
Bring your children or furry friends to our annual 30 minute mother’s day mini-session includes a complimentary 8×10 print.
Sessions will be held on Thursday May 9th (10am – 3pm) and Sunday May 5th (10am – 4pm) at our studio.
Cost $175 plus tax. Email us at or call the studio 610-388-7808 to select a session time.


Spring Photography Workshop – 2011

Monday, March 21st, 2011

What a great day yesterday for our Spring Photography Workshop. Thank you all who attended, hope you had a blast!
Thank you Tara & Ryan and Cooley for being perfect models.

mike, jeff & jana

Ashley & Ron’s Album – WPPI 2011

Friday, March 4th, 2011

We are very excited about Award of Excellence we received at WPPI 2011 in Las Vegas for Ashley and Ron’s wedding album which Jana photographed and designed.

mike & jana

Jennifer - Oh my, that was simply stunning. You deserve the accolades. Bravo!

WPPI – PART 2 – The Trip

Tuesday, March 1st, 2011

Here comes Part two of our Vegas adventure. Photos and insights from our amazing trip to the Grand Canyon:

The Hoover Dam bypass built in 2010 speeds up the journey South, but how could we not stop when the sky was so perfect. If you decide to walk across the Dam, make sure to stare at your iPhone as it magically changes from Nevada to Arizona time and back. The Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge offers the most spectacular Dam views! The best view of Lake Mead is from business route 93 in Boulder City, where we had to stop for supposedly Nevada’s best burger at the Boulder PIT Stop. The french fry sauce was tasty!

Grand Canyon West is located on a Hualapai Indian reservation about 2.5 hours from Las Vegas. Different location = different weather. It was 24 degrees at the Canyon! It was our first time seeing snow covered cactus in the desert. The Canyon views are about fifty miles from Rt. 93, partly on a dirt road – frankly the most in the middle of nowhere place either one of us has ever been. The weather had been uncooperative for the entire week. That is until we got there. Visibility was supposed to be zero, but the clouds just floated away when we arrived. There are three main points of interest on the reservation – two breathtaking viewpoints and a mocked up western town and working ranch. We couldn’t be bothered with the Sky Walk at Eagle Point – NO cameras allowed – what good is that to a photographer? Guano Point on the other hand had the most amazing 360 view of the Canyon.

Only a little scary standing on the tallest rock on top of the tallest hill around!

The ground was too slippery for a horse ride along the edge of the Canyon, but we visited the horses at sunset anyway.

As one of the presenters said, “The day we get home, we start planning next years trip”
So true…

mike & jana