Jess & Erik’s Wedding
A beautiful night of harmony and union in the autumn of 2019.
Shooting minimal photography at the Great American Outdoor Show in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
A haunted wedding in one of Harrisburg’s famous historic homes.
At the end of last summer, I made the half hour journey from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania to the land of happiness and cavities. Yes, I speak
Classic Things Done Framed frames taken at the John Harris – Simon Cameron Mansion in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
A late summer engagment photo session at the beautiful Hershey Gardens in Hershey, Pennsylvania.
At what point does repair become obsolete? It would seem like most days are spent taping together bits of dust instead of just sweeping it into the bin and starting anew.
In all of my pursuits to find peace in a world of seemingly increasing chaos, nothing has worked quite as well as a trip to the forest. It seems we must unplug to reconnect; slow down to move forward.
Sometimes things look better with a soft blur. And sometimes things are just blurry.
Bhante Somanda, abbot of the Blue Lotus Buddhist Temple of PA, photographed outside of the temple in Carlisle, Pennsylvania.
Photographed in Landisburg, Pennsylvania. 2019
A malfunctioning escalator sits unused in the Park City Mall in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. 2019
Mayor Papenfuse spotted in the wild in Midtown Harrisburg. July 2019
Photographed in Hershey, Pennsylvania. 2018
Photographed in Enola, Pennsylvania. 2018
Photographed in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. 2018
Photographed in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 2018
Photographed in Port Royal, Pennsylvania. 2019
Corporate monoliths dot the landscape in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania.
If I could pick one photo to represent the weather during a Pennsylvania summer, it would be this one.
After far too many hours of introspective deliberation, I have decided to forgo posting my images in series. Well, not completely. I just don’t want to have to do it.
If you’ve ever been to Riverfront Park in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, you have undoubtedly seen the bronze sculpture of a man reading a newspaper. Even if you haven’t been to Harrisburg, all you have to do is hit one of the Harrisburg hashtags and you’ll see it in multiple photos posted each day.