“Our wedding was intentionally small and simple and intimate - 12 people (and one curious cat) in my parents' back yard. We asked Sam to shoot it in a way that was informal, but elegant, and somehow captured the quirkiness of things along with the emotion. The process was smooth - both Sam and the camera managed to be invisible even in such a small crowd - and the pictures are a perfect record of day and so perfectly us. Joy, love, laughs, family... and one curious cat in the middle of everything. He paid attention, stayed ahead of events, and framed every shot to tell a story, our story. We couldn't be happier with or more thankful for the results.”

Tim and Summer

“Sam has an exceptional talent for capturing moments you didn't even know were happening. His gentle nature is very disarming; and my children, especially, respond to him. It's no wonder he gets such great photographs of them!"

Kristyn S.

"I had been out of the game for a long time, so I was a bit nervous about having new head shots taken. Sam not only made me feel confident and comfortable, he made me look beautiful! He is an incredibly talented artist with an amazing eye. But more than that, he helps and guides you to get the best photographs possible."

Meredith G.

"Sam did an amazing job photographing the Powel House Museum's 250th anniversary garden party fundraiser that featured Councilman Mark Squilla declaring May 15, 2015 as official Powel House Day in the city of Philadelphia as appointed by the mayor and city council. Being a very important photo opportunity event for the museum, Sam perfectly captured exactly what we needed to send to press outlets. His keen eye produced some amazing natural photos that we will use for a lifetime. Sam was so great we made him the only photographer that we recommend for any private rental events at the Powel House and Physick House Museums in Society Hill."

Jonathan Burton, Executive Director, Philadelphia Society for the Preservation of Landmarks