Katie & Andrew


You know you have met a special couple when after their engagement session they invite you to get frozen yogurt and you contemplate canceling your dinner plans to spend another hour with them! I felt the same way on Katie and Andrew's wedding day, it was such a joy to be around them. It felt so natural as if they were old friends of mine. 

Katie and Andrew are two of the kindest most fun souls I haver ever met. The way they interact with one another is beautiful, with sweetness and silliness. It is clear they are very intentional about their relationships. It shown through on their wedding day, not only in their love for one another but the love they share with friends and family. The joy and celebration their guest held for their marriage was tangible. The day at Philadelphia Cricket Club was magic filled with laughs, tears and killer dance moves! 

Katie and Andrew, thank you from the bottom of my heart for allowing me to capture your love for one another, for friends and family and for life, it's infectious and a delight to bear witness to. 


Second shot by the fabulous Adrienne Matz Photography


Katie and Andrew are college sweethearts so when they suggested we hold their engagement session at their alma mater, Haverford College, it felt like the absolute perfect fit! These two are are so natural and sweet with one another, quick to snuggle up and quicker to laugh. It was such a joy  to walk with them around Haverford's beautiful campus hearing hilarious stories about their college life together! I got to see the dorm they lived in senior year and the fields the walked every day to class. Being with Katie and Andrew was so comfortable and fun, they are such genuine souls, with big hearts and stellar dance moves. I cannot wait to be a part of their wedding day! 

During  our time together Katie and Andrew talked about how after living apart from one another for several years any time they are with one another feels like a gift. They don't take a minute for granted. When they are together they are snuggling, dancing and truly listening to one another. Even though they are now both in Philadelphia their mindset of not taking one another's presence for granted remains. This is one of the gifts a long distance relationships leaves a couple with,  an immense appreciation and joy from being close to your beloved. It's a sweet little gift that does not fade easily, and something I hope Andrew and Katie will feel forever.