I am so happy to announce that two of my images placed in this prestigious photography competition run by The International Society of Professional Wedding Photographers (ISPWP). The best part is – this is the first time I entered this competition and winning two images is an amazing experience! I became a member of this organization recently and being part of this EXCLUSIVE group of creative and talented professionals is something I am very proud of.
Below is a little something about ISPWP:
What is the ISPWP?
The International Society of Professional Wedding Photographers is an organization of the best wedding photographers in the world. It was created by professional photographers to raise the standards of the wedding photography profession.
We are a resource for wedding clients who know they want to hire the best and the brightest for their wedding. We provide assurance and peace of mind that they are hiring the most respected, most ethical, most professional and most talented wedding photographers in the industry.
It’s no secret there are many online directories of wedding photographers. Some of them have hundreds, even thousands of photographers. That SOUNDS great because there are so many to choose from! But most of these directories have little or no criteria for membership, they are simply link farms that oftentimes include photographers with zero experience and unknown backgrounds.
When you hire an ISPWP member, you can be sure they have passed a rigorous application process and are recognized by their peers to be at the top of their field.
To check out my two winning images, click HERE.
Congratulations to the newlyweds – Jessica and Steven!
What a spectacular wedding at the Arts Ballroom in Philadelphia! Jessica you are an absolutely stunning bride to your handsome groom Steven. Thank you for letting me document this joyful day. I wish you all the best as you embark on this wonderful union. Here is some sneak peeks of your beautiful wedding…
A Tribute to all the Front Liners Bless and I recently started a project to honor the front liners / first responders and their families by gifting them family portraits to uplift their spirits during these uncertain times. We shot all these from the street away from each of their homes while practicing social distancing. […]