Welcome

Hi! Thanks a million for visiting my blog! This is a place for my business, photography, ideas, inspiration, life stories and, of course, mounds and mounds of pictures. If you're looking for information about my photography services, i welcome you to view some of my most recent work here and then click on the portfolio link above. If you're looking for a place to have fun, relax, feel happy, and be inspired, stick around and grab something to drink! May I suggest the "what I'm sippin'" list of favorites to the bottom left?

Fun Facts

 

 

I’m generally a morning person.

I love a good run…on a warm day.

My cowboy boots might be my fave pair of shoes!

I love colors…bright colors…also patterns and prints. Plain doesn’t typically work for me.

I have a sweet tooth, especially for candy snacks! Peanut M&Ms, jelly beans, Swedish Fish…

My maiden name is Vilella. It’s hard to say and it’s hard to spell. It’s an Italian name and I come from an Italian family. We enjoy spaghetti and meatballs, and eat them often.

I love all things weddings! Say Yes to the Dress, the David’s Bridal shop windows, browsing through wedding blogs on a daily basis…I love it all! Good thing I’m a wedding photog. :)

I’m a little crafty. I work on some sort of creative, crafty project at least once a month. The best part about being crafty is going to the craft stores! I love shopping at Michael’s!

I am originally from Connellsville – a small town in the south western side of PA. I enjoy money dances and polka songs at weddings, “pop” not “soda” and the six-time Super Bowl Champs – the Pittsburgh Steelers!

I’m part of a 1 in 133,000 kind of family. My husband Brian, my daughter Ally and I all have the same birthday. Yep, that’s right! All three of us were born on December 11th! And baby girl came on her own…six days early!

I have a B.A. in International Studies from Bridgewater College. I studied Foreign Policy at American University for one semester. I traveled to Cuernavaca, Mexico to study Spanish for two weeks. My dad always told me that my major in college did not need to relate to my career outside of college. He was right.

Comments Off