The Best Moments of 2020
As I was preparing this post, I chose about 2 photographs for pretty much every wedding or portrait session I did this year along with some commercial work in here.
This past year had some low-lows. I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention the significance of this first photograph. Alissa & Dan’s wedding was one of the first of 2020. Just days after receiving their wedding collection, Dan was tragically killed. He was amazing! I remember sitting down with him and Alissa in late 2019 at a pub in Langhorne and feeling like I’d known him forever. He was jovial, gregarious, and a joy to be around. His family and friends are keeping his legacy alive with a memorial fund dedicated to supporting local causes and needs that align with the four pillars central to Dan’s life: community, family, sports, and animals. Please consider visiting https://djpmemorialfund.org and supporting Dan’s memory and his causes.
The world still turned and we also had some high-highs! Who knew that after months of quarantine that seeing old friends and past clients at a distance and masked up could be so emotional? Couples changed everything and adapted every second, taping pictures of guests who couldn’t be present into pews or some turning their 200 guest ballroom wedding into a 15 guest wedding outdoors. Or maybe it was the simplest of things we noticed to be grateful for like Summmer-esque weather for a November wedding!
We looked for silver linings in 2020. As weddings were stripped down to their most simple form much less mattered than togetherness even at a distance.
Thank you for looking!