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Hi Friends!

Just checking in to see how everyone is doing and give a couple updates. It’s obviously been a crazy time and we know a lot of you are worried about wedding plans and potentially being forced to reschedule or find a different way. We know you put a ton of work into your day and now we’re in a mess. We always want to let you know that we are committed to making this less stressful for everyone. Obviously, we have had some rescheduled days and are are happy to do it. Later this year and next year looks to be busy with new dates and changed plans.

Bob and I are happy to work with couple who need to reschedule their dates and offer ourselves to other couple who now find themselves looking for photographer as you [plan or if you find yourself in a position where you are scrambling to find vendors who now find themselves double-booked. This is unprecedented and we want to be a resource for you for photography and any planning that comes along with your day.

You can email us at and we will do all we can to make your planning and your day run smoothly.



Hi guys! I’m throwing back a little farther into the summer this morning to show you some photos from Brittany and Mike’s wedding at Shawnee, a beautiful place in the Poconos on the Delaware River. This wedding definitely had the vibe of hanging out with some friends while carrying around a camera. When we first met Brit and Mike we hit it off and did some engagement photos and had a bunch of laughs. The wedding day was no different …  a great time full of family, friends, good music and a ton of memories. W are honored every time we get to do this soa giant shoutout to Brittany and Mike  for including us.


Hey ya’ll. I wanted to throw up a quick post from a summer wedding we did in August. It’s Leslie and Zack’s wedding and I love the collection of images and the place where they got married was crazy nice. The reception was in a barn but the whole grounds were amazing. A lot of time when I visit a place for a wedding I look at it and wonder if it’s a place I would get married. Hell yeah to Tall Timber Barn! It’s on a hill with a bunch of little cabins on the property and surrounded by these towering trees. It’s almost as amazing  as Leslie and Zack. You guys could not have been better to work with and the love everywhere was infectious. Than you so much for making us a part of your day.


Doing a little catch up work on some blog posts from last year and wanted to share some photos from Meghan and Michael’s engagement session on a farm down in Wilkes-Barre. Yep, working on the farm. It’s always so great to work with amazing couples and these two were no exception. They were up for anything and put up with our ideas, which admittedly can sometimes involves standing in a stream or sweating to death in a greenhouse because we think there might be a shot. It’s great when we’re right – maybe not as great when we’re wrong. It’s all part of the process and maybe we snag a few laughs out of it as well. So here are some shots. We hope you enjoy them and remember to follow us on Facebook, Twitter (@2sticks) and on Instagram. Thanks!



It’s been a few weeks now since the coldest Parade Day in Scranton I’ve ever been to, and I wanted to throw up a few images form the day. I absolutely love Parade Day. For years, I missed big chunks of it because of my work at The Scranton Times. (Newspapers publish not matter how big the party.) But it’s great scene around the city and in the bars. I saved the bars for after the work was done. We’re really fortunate to have such a cool event and so many people who dedicate their time and effort to making it one of the best parades anywhere. A special congratulations goes out to my friend Jimmy Keeler, who was this year’s parade president. That’s an almost impossibly big job. So enjoy the photos and think warm thoughts because Spring is here. Just doesn’t feel like it today.



Hey all, we are going to share some photos today from a University of Scranton wedding, a place near and dear to my heart at least. I’m an alum. Wooohoooo!

Alright, but really these are about Kristin and Paul, two people with two of the biggest hearts you will ever be fortunate enough to meet. What a thrill is was to shoot their wedding. We can’t thank you guys enough for having us. So as the weather cools down today, here are some photos of two people deeply in love to keep you warm. There might be a few laughs in here too for good measure. Enjoy and happy New Year’s to all of our friends. May 2017 bring you nothing but love and joy.

I’m gonna slip a little reminder in here to Like us on Facebook, Twitter (@2sticks) and on Instagram. (Shameless plug done)