It’s very late. I just had time to put up this one image tonight. It was a really incredible wedding! The ceremony was in the First & Franklin Presbyterian Church in historic Baltimore. It is said that this church was built in 1761 and one of the earliest churches in the area. The architecture is stunning. I would also like to mention that is was about 32 degrees outside and we lost sunlight pretty early so most of the shooting had to take place indoors, and with very little window light available we ended up having to light almost all the shots. However, with the stunning architecture of the church, the cool white antique limo, and Philip’s awesome white tux (which is rather rare in these parts), it was just too inspiring to resist. We ventured out in the cold and shot with the antique white limo quickly for about five minutes in the street while I dodged cars. As I lay on my back in the street with fast moving cars zinging by my head, (who said photography wasn’t dangerous), we managed to squeeze off a few good ones……..I hope you’ll agree.
We began shooting at the Bachus Room which is next to the church, then we slipped right next door for the ceremony. An amazing white antique car was awaiting Asriel and Philip after the ceremony to wisk them away to the Tremont Grand for the reception. For those unfamiliar with the Tremont, I will tell you that this venue is such a gem. The architecture and furnishings are exquisite.
Asriel and Philip were so much fun and into creating photographic art with us, and it was a joy to be a part of there special day. All of their friends and family were so warm and friendly to us and we really appreciate the hospitality. Much more to come later!
Please leave comments at the bottom of this blog, and there will also be a link to an online photo gallery, at the bottom of this blog, with hundreds of great shots to browse through where you can purchase your favorite prints and digital files conveniently online.
I really hope you enjoy our images! Thanks much, Mark 🙂
We would like to thank the following vendors for their superb work in making this an awesome wedding:
The Tremont Grand www.tremontgrand.com/
Videographer Marshall Levy at www.therealmav.com/ www.therealmav.com/
If you have enjoyed the pictures, please comment below. Also feel free to leave comments to the bride and groom here as well.
Here is the link to Asriel & Philip’s Photo Gallery that has hundreds of great shots to browse through where you can purchase your favorite prints and digital files conveniently online.